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    **** Now Featuring in the I.W.L lounge movie night ****

    Just a heads up movie night in the lounge is open and tonight's movie of choice The Little Shop of Horrors (1960).


    On Los Angeles's skid row, penny-pinching Gravis Mushnick (Mel Welles) owns a florist shop which is staffed by him and his two employees, the sweet but simple Audrey Fulquard (Jackie Joseph) and clumsy Seymour Krelboyne (Jonathan Haze). Although the rundown shop gets little business, there are some repeat customers; for instance, Mrs. Siddie Shiva (Leola Wendorff) shops almost daily for flower arrangements for her many relatives' funerals. Another regular customer is Burson Fouch (Dick Miller), who eats the plants he buys for lunch. When Seymour fouls up the arrangement of Dr. Farb (John Shaner), a sadistic dentist, Mushnick fires him. Hoping Mushnick will change his mind, Seymour tells him about a special plant that he crossbred from a butterwort and a Venus flytrap. Bashfully, Seymour admits that he named the plant "Audrey Jr.", a revelation that delights the real Audrey.


    well has that tempted you to tune in and watch the The Little Shop of Horrors (1960)


    starring :


    Jonathan Haze - Seymour Krelboyne
    Jackie Joseph - Audrey Fulquard
    Mel Welles - Gravis Mushnick
    Dick Miller - Burson Fouch
    Myrtle Vail - Winifred Krelboyne
    Karyn Kupcinet - Shirley
    Toby Michaels - Shirley's friend
    Leola Wendorff - Mrs. Siddie Shiva
    Lynn Storey - Mrs. Hortense Fishtwanger
    Wally Campo - Detective Sergeant Joe Fink/Narrator
    Jack Warford - Detective Frank Stoolie
    Meri Welles - Leonora Clyde
    John Shaner - Dr. Phoebus Farb
    Jack Nicholson - Wilbur Force


    If it sounds like fun here's the link all are welcome for tea and discussions after the movie





    **** well movie night is here (11/10/15) ****

    As always Ismy
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    ok this one is still available
    one night I dreamed I was locked in my fathers watch, with Ptolemy and twenty one ruby stars mounted on spheres and the primum mobile coiled and gleaming to the end of space and the notched spheres eating each other's rinds to the last tooth of time and the case closed - John Ciardi ...

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    http://wristwatchreview.co.uk/

    ЖИЗНЬ НЕ ОСТАНАВЛИВАЕТСЯ, ПРОХОДИТ ТОЛЬКО ВРЕМЯ.
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