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Movies, Music and Games reviews & previews - plus Comedy and Edutainment, including our new series 'Ultra Frontier Explorer' covering Space Exploration!
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(other than Horror movie reviews).
All content - video, sound & music* created by me: Preacher John (c) 2012 for / licenced to http://www.alwaysaround.net
All camerawork, lighting, acting*, costumes*, make-up*, stunts and editing by Preacher John.
1) The Zombies - who were a metal band rehearsing at Silver Street Studios. Thanks guys!
2) The "Roaring '20s" dance sequence: the incidental jazz music heard in this 1920s dance sequence is public domain / out of copyright and the performance of the music is by the band; Lawrie Wright and the Silver Heels, which performance appears here by their kind permission. Thanks!
Dancers Rikk, Karen, Sarah and Evie did their own outfits and makeup and appear here by their kind permission.Thank you!
"Roaring '20s" sequence recorded at the Rising Sun Arts Centre Tea Dance. Thanks peeps!
N.B. To whom it may concern.
The prop used in the Western / Cowboy sequence is only a child's cap-toy, it is NOT a firearm of any type or nature, it does NOT posess a barrel as such and is completely incapabable of discharging any missile or noxious substance.
Furthermore: this prop is NOT a RIF and it does NOT infringe the VCR Act, becasue it is exempt from the RIF definition twice over:
Firstly, because it is a toy that resembles a pre-1870 design, sepcifically it resembles the Colt 1861 Navy.
Secondly, because it is employed as a prop for a creative performance.
Both of these conditions are specific exemptions from RIF status under the VCR Act.