Item 5 (after 9 min. 15 sec.): "I'm the lonely one" by Cliff Richard plays. The vinyl record spins on a player. Cliff and a female dancer wearing a shift dress and sporting a cropped hairstyle are seen in a book store setting. He sings to the woman, "I love you so, baby come on home... I've had my fun, now I'm the lonely one." She pushes him away, performing a dance routine on the shop floor. She returns to the books, selecting some off the shelf and handing them to him. He is left holding a stack of books when she leaves.
Item 6 (after 11 min. 40 sec.): "Everything's All Right by The Mojo's plays. The front man of the band sings to the camera, which pulls out to reveal the other musicians. The play their instruments and look to the camera. The drums sit on an elevated platform. They bow at the finish as the lights dim.
Post by Ray Langstone (was saintsray) on Jun 5, 2012 2:19:47 GMT
The main thing we need here - which is being done - is for a list to be sent over to Kal (I will try to get a list done over several work lunchtimes) and make sure that they are existing at the BFI. Chris and all of Kal are very thorough, don't get me wrong. Please keep searching and also DO make sure it is done through the yourfilmarchive, londonsscreenarchive or unionsearch search engines. They are the only ones that link to the database that has a list of what the BFI state they have.
If everything that's there is there, I'm most excited about the complete OOTU episode, 'Little Black Bag' that they claim to have.
I have my doubts about timing listings on shows which are already known to partially exist, such as this, the Till Death.....and the two Top Of the Pops that partially kick started this whole thing! I suspect sadly that these will prove to be the same partially complete episodes. I am more hopeful about those things which are previously thought totally missing (which MAY now exist or again, may at least be fragments previously unknown to exist).
Post by Martin McDowell on Jun 5, 2012 19:40:22 GMT
Not meaning to be negative here or anything but the 20 episodes of Crossroads listed as finds on page 5 aren't finds at all. There seems to be a problem with the episode numbers when compared to transmission dates, many episodes were shown one day earlier in different regions. Anyone who compares the list of discovered episodes will notice that they conveniently fall one episode before those recently released on DVD and the DVD episodes do not appear to be held by the BFI, this is simply because they are the same episodes.
I would LOVE any new episodes of Crossroads to turn up but unfortunately the BFI is not the place. The archive was thoroughly checked in conjunction with Network DVD I believe. There is one missing episode on Youtube - 2815 - it was skipped out on the DVD release as not of sufficient quality (a VHS copy only remains) but it seems to be known about.
2867 wasn't on the DVD but has been known to be in the BFI archive.
Can anyone confirm what was on the Crossroads trailer found in 2011? That is most likely new footage but haven't heard what is on it yet.
Hi Guys, This is intriguing. Does anyone know if its new stuff which has been donated to the BFI or has it just never been catalogued properly?
It's either the latter or it doesn't exist. We're all on tenterhooks waiting for confirmation that it actually exists.
Hacker: You said you'd heard this rumour, I said is it true, you said yes! Bernard: I said yes, it was true that it was a rumour. Hacker: You said you heard it was true! Bernard: No, I said it was true that I heard it!