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Of Mice And Men (1939) (DVD) - £3.98 @ Choices UK

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5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago
I've still have the book I borrowed from school a long time ago!
Fantastic story and think I remember watching this film on TV. Loved them both. May have to buy.

Theres also a1992 version on dvd from Amazon for £3.49 but I would prefer the B&W version myself
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#1
we watched this a couple of weeks aqgo with our daughter as she had to do course work on ther film... it was absolutely brilliant and loved it ( the remake with john malkovich)
" tell me about the rabitts george "X)

Edited By: cadmus on May 16, 2011 22:04
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Ah...it brings back memories of school English lessons. :)
#3
'Just keep looking ahead George...'

Any book by Steinbeck you can't go wrong.

My copy of Mice and Men had Cannery Row at the end (2 for 1). Another brilliant story.

Never seen any of his books that were made as films. Perhaps time to start. Thanks OP
#4
cadmus
we watched this a couple of weeks aqgo with our daughter as she had to do course work on ther film... it was absolutely brilliant and loved it ( the remake with john malkovich) " tell me about the rabitts george "X)

Link to the the one you watched :) the book is more expensive than the dvd!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mice-Men-DVD-John-Malkovich/dp/B00007DWRB/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1305580367&sr=1-1
#5
Not seen the 1939 version but the 1992 one is great and is well worth a view for Gary Sinise and John Malkovich and George and Lenny
#6
marks
Not seen the 1939 version but the 1992 one is great and is well worth a view for Gary Sinise and John Malkovich and George and Lenny

Mmmh, decisions decisions! hate them oO
#7
Love it, classic!!!!:)
#8
A true yank classic
#9
Loved the book to bits. My copy is also an ex-school version so appologies to the LEA. Great spot.
#10
original is far better and more powerful than the 1992 IMO
#11
Hated this at school still do lol
#12
Hope Cath1510 will be returning that "borrowed" copy back to the school at some point. Then the kids will be able to enjoy it as much as she has all these years. :D
#13
doing this for my gcse

i actually like the book

how good is the film

Edited By: coolsakil on May 17, 2011 16:02
#14
I'm tempted, I really enjoyed the book, which I originally read whilst at School and then have recently re-read with my son who is also doing this for GCSE this year...
I've never used Choices before though, what are they like?
#15
Watched it in school! A very emotional story but also gives an insight as to the slavery issues during the time.

Malkovich was brilliant.
#16
probably in the top 5 pretentious things you could tell strangers you like on HUKD
#17
Gonna wait for the blu-ray.
#18
bobinio
Gonna wait for the blu-ray.

When do you think the blu-ray will be released?, I might just buy that too
#19
Dealicious
I'm tempted, I really enjoyed the book, which I originally read whilst at School and then have recently re-read with my son who is also doing this for GCSE this year... I've never used Choices before though, what are they like?

Received my copy the other day from Choices. Very quick delivery I would very certainly use them again. The movie's great btw :)
#20
Always wondered why this has been on the GCSE English curiculum for so long, an American written work of mild historic significance, Why you Brits dont study more of your own masters is beyond me. Its ironic that more American kids study shakespeare than British kids. Im guessing its chosen for its "moral" lessons.
#21
Like most people I read the book at school, brings back memories
I've seen the '92 version, didn't know there was an earlier one, might have to check it out
#22
souljacker
Like most people I read the book at school, brings back memoriesI've seen the '92 version, didn't know there was an earlier one, might have to check it out


Edited By: cath1510 on May 27, 2011 21:35

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