1940's Film Competition

Talking Pictures TV 1940’s Film Competition

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“The theme music and soundtrack from which film, made in 1940’s and set in Italy – became a major hit?”

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Talking Pictures TV 1940’s Film Competition

Competition closes midnight 14th December 2015 – Winner will be chosen at Random. Answers MUST be entered as Comments on the Talking Pictures TV website page https://talkingpicturestv.co.uk/1940s-tptv-film-competition/ to be entered.

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16 thoughts on “1940’s Film Competition

  1. James Collins 5 years ago

    To Catch a Thief

  2. Matthew Coniam 5 years ago

    The Glass Mountain

  3. John Mann 5 years ago

    The Glass Mountain

  4. Ray Ross 5 years ago

    Could be “PInocchio ” from 1940

  5. Lindsay 5 years ago

    Glass mountain

  6. David Bally 5 years ago

    The Glass Mountain

  7. Gareth Snowden-Davies 5 years ago

    The film must be The Glass Mountain (1948) with Michael Denison and Dulcie Gray. One of my favourites!

  8. Kiran 5 years ago

    The Glass Mountain (1949)

  9. Mark Wright 5 years ago

    ‘The Glass Mountain’ of course (composed by Nino Rota – just showing off!)

  10. Andrew Birt 5 years ago

    The Glass Mountain

  11. Richard Banyard 5 years ago

    The Legend of the Glass Mountain

    I record Tell Me Another every day. It’s a pity that the aspect when transmitted on Freeview channel 81 is distorted into a wide format rather than the original 4:3 .

    1. Talking Pictures TV 5 years ago

      Hi Richard – You need to adjust your TV display settings to 4:3 in the settings and it will show as intended – Thanks for your support – TPTV

  12. jamie edgar lloyd 5 years ago

    The Glass Mountain

  13. David Collins 5 years ago

    The film must be ‘The Glass Mountain’, a 1949 film starring Michael Denison and Dulcie Gray, with the fine baritone Tito Gobbi singing ‘The Legend of the Glass Mountain’. A clip from the soundtrack is heard many times each day on Talking Pictures TV.

  14. Joyce 5 years ago

    I think it was The Glass Mountain