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Lady Colin Campbell, Lady C , Dima Campbell - The TRIC Awards 2016 held at Grosvenor House Hotel - Arrivals at Grosvenor House - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 8th March 2016

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Lady C , Lady Colin Campbell - TRIC Awards 2016 held at Grosvenor House - Arrivals at Grosvenor House - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 8th March 2016

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Lady Colin Campbell , Guest - TRIC Awards held at the Grosvenor House - Arrivals. at Grosvenor House - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 8th March 2016

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Lady Colin Campbell - 'Nell Gwynn' press night at the Apollo Theatre in London - London, United Kingdom - Friday 12th February 2016

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Lady Colin Campbell - Oldie of the Year Awards - Arrivals at Simpson's in the Strand - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 2nd February 2016

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Kiss Toledo Goodbye Review


Weak
An unfortunate film that premiered on cable, it's easy to see why Kiss Toledo Goodbye never made it into the theaters. For starters, it's virtually the same movie as the far funnier Mickey Blue Eyes, with the hapless Kevin (Rapaport) getting inexplicably sucked into the mob lifestyle thanks to the demise of mob boss Sal Fortuna (Forster). While Christopher Walken is always a great addition to any mobster flick, Rapaport frankly looks too much like he belongs in the mafia. Hugh Grant? A much better casting call. Too much of Toledo revolves around gunplay, with one shootout after another trying to stand in for plot development. In a word: Boring.

The Leather Boys Review


Very Good
The Leather Boys is sometimes described as the quintessential British juvenile delinquency movie, a sort of Wild One with a Cockney accent, but it's something rather different and much more interesting than a "gang terrorizes town" flick. Filmed in great-looking black and white with plenty of fog and rain (it's the only way to imagine England in its early-'60s, pre-Beatles, pre-swingin' days), the movie is actually more of a melodrama about a teenage marriage gone wrong and the frustrations of a young generation looking around and seeing only more rain and more fog.

Sixteen-year-old Dot (Rita Tushingham, pretty but cursed with a Bob Hope ski-slope nose) and her slightly older boyfriend Reggie (Colin Campbell) are the happiest couple among their large biker gang, a relatively harmless group who hang around the Ace Café, admire each other's bikes, and gun off down the motorway in large packs. They all seem to have jobs, albeit crummy ones, and none seem too fixated on the future. Dot, however, is ready to tie the knot, and Reggie thinks it might be a good ol' laugh, so with the grudging approval of both sets of parents, the two are quickly married in a low-rent ceremony from which everyone departs in a double-decker London bus.

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