Tired Old Queen

Anyone who loves nothing more that spending time with a camp old queen waxing lyrical about things they love should take a peek Steve Hayes: Tired Old Queen at the Movies. Very camp, and ever so slightly scary, but great little film guide with each episode edited to perfection.

Our first stop was his review of Alistair Sim in Green for Danger:

If you like the sound of this film as much as we do, then go get it:

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Thanks to the ever-fabulous Joe. My. God. for pointing out this little dittie.

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