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Chance to go to the pictures in style

PUBLISHED: 10:05 19 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:12 14 July 2010

A vintage 1959 Bedford coach is running to the Wymondham Regal Experience's film show on Sunday from the Forncett, Long Stratton area.

In keeping with the Regal's classic screenings, it is the kind of bus which may well have delivered picture-goers to the old cinema 50 years ago.

A vintage 1959 Bedford coach is running to the Wymondham Regal Experience's film show on Sunday from the Forncett, Long Stratton area.

In keeping with the Regal's classic screenings, it is the kind of bus which may well have delivered picture-goers to the old cinema 50 years ago. There are still seats left on the coach and they may be booked by telephoning Jon or Lyn on 01508 531323.

Star prize in the raffle at the show will be Roger Moore's autobiography My Word is My Bond, signed by the movie legend himself.

A double British crime bill will be screened featuring Dead Men Tell No Tales (1938), based on a novel The Norwich Victims, and Waterloo Road (1944), a little gem set in the London Blitz and starring John Mills, Stewart Granger and Alastair Sim.

The show is at the Old Regal, now part of Wymondham Ex-services' Club and tickets are available from Maureen Dodman on 01953 605593 or Michael Armstrong on 01953 603246 and at Wymondham Heritage Museum. Prices are £4.50 with concessions £3.50.

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