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In hate these 'all time favourite' programmes, but who's watching the 'top tearjerkers ATM

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Twiglett Sun 13-Feb-05 20:25:54

now that was a long title

anyone watching this?

marthamoo Sun 13-Feb-05 20:27:50

Nope, is it any good?

Twiglett Sun 13-Feb-05 20:29:02

dunno yet

turned it on with that ol' black and white movie

"Don't lets wish for the moon, we have the stars'

LapsedGymJunkie Sun 13-Feb-05 20:29:29

what channel

LapsedGymJunkie Sun 13-Feb-05 20:29:47

Please and Thank You

Twiglett Sun 13-Feb-05 20:30:40

4

beansprout Sun 13-Feb-05 20:30:40

Me. Can't see me keeping it together until the end. Am a bit tired and emotional at the moment.

Number one will be....?

Surfermum Sun 13-Feb-05 20:30:50

Me neither, and I won't be having balled my eyes out and made a right twit of myself at the end of Brother Bear last night. Brother Bear? What is it that happens to your emotions when you have a baby.

What's on it Twiglett?

LapsedGymJunkie Sun 13-Feb-05 20:31:41

Right I am off, need a good cry.

marthamoo Sun 13-Feb-05 20:31:53

I'm not pg so would probbaly be OK watching it. Surely the bit where Clarence gets his wings has to be No.1?

Twiglett Sun 13-Feb-05 20:31:57

well I thought it would be all movies

but right now there's a bloke crying over a changing rooms episode LOL

sallystrawberry Sun 13-Feb-05 20:32:21

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marthamoo Sun 13-Feb-05 20:32:52

And the bit where DelBoy holds his baby up to the hospital window and talks to his Mum...oh God, that gets me every time.

Might go and watch...

Hulababy Sun 13-Feb-05 20:33:15

We have this on too; not much else to watch anyway.

Not sure about the Changings Room inclusion though!

Twiglett Sun 13-Feb-05 20:33:49

OMG Shane

does he die at the end??? what an enigma

turquoise Sun 13-Feb-05 20:35:25

What's that moon and stars quote from, it's annoying me now? Some old Bette Davis job?
"Daddy my daddy" from Railway Children is my no1 blubfest.

marthamoo Sun 13-Feb-05 20:35:54

Oh, yes, of course "Daddy, my Daddy!"

Deffo going to watch now!

Twiglett Sun 13-Feb-05 20:37:47

yes bette davis is a frump with a harridan of a mother, she goes away turns into a dreamboat, falls in love .. with a married man .. and ends up taking care of his daughter

beansprout Sun 13-Feb-05 20:38:10

Sophie's Choice?
The counselling bit in Truly, Madly, Deeply?
I always lose it when he carries her out of the cave at the end of The English Patient.

turquoise Sun 13-Feb-05 20:40:10

You can't beat Bette for a bit of suffering.

Twiglett Sun 13-Feb-05 20:41:05

oh I lurve David Niven

prunegirl Sun 13-Feb-05 20:53:54

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SPARKLER1 Sun 13-Feb-05 20:54:07

awwwwwwwwww Flossie

Twiglett Sun 13-Feb-05 20:56:13

me too .. watchign till buzzcocks is on

prunegirl Sun 13-Feb-05 20:58:24

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