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WERE you working in The Friars Odeon Cinema, Canterbury, in May 1944? If so, and if you were on duty for the world premiere of A Canterbury Tale, you are invited to a special event.
Paul Tritton, who is writing a book about memories of the making of the Michael Powell/Emeric Pressburger film, has organised A Canterbury Tale "on location" day.
He will guide fans of the film round "Chillingbourne Town Hall" the "Hand of Glory Inn" and "Chillingbourne parish church", without leaving the village of Fordwich.
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