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  • Greetings & look for help

    Dear fans & friends of Mr. Moorcock,

    first of all thank you for adding me to the forum!
    I discovered Mr. Moorcock's work in late 2012 through Alan Moore. I'm looking forward to get me more of his novels in the near future.

    I came here because I'm looking for help:
    I'm a huge fan of Iain Sinlair and Chris Petit and I've been looking for their films for months now. I was able to get me a digital copy of "The Falconer", the second installment of their so-called "TV Trilogy", but I'm still looking for the other two, "The Cardinal & the Corpse" and "Asylum". They're the two films that feature Mr. Moorcock. Any help or advice would be appreciated. There's possibly someone who owns copies of these two and is looking for "The Falconer", then we could barter the films. Please feel free to send me a message.

    Kind regards & I hope my English isn't too bad, I'm a bit out of practice.

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    Welcome to the Miscellany Norton - most excellent avatar you have there!
    Mwana wa simba ni simba

    The child of a lion is also a lion - Swahili Wisdom

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    • #3
      There is chat about these films scattered about the multiverse: here for example. Alas no definitive answer as to where one can get copies.

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      • #4
        Hello from France

        Welcome to the Miscellany Norton.

        I am fan of Alan Moore too.
        Papi

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          Welcome to The Multiverse Norton!
          "He found a coin in his pocket, flipped it. She called: 'Incubus!'
          'Succubus,' he said. 'Lucky old me.'" - Michael Moorcock The Final Programme

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          • #6
            A bit belated, however, a friend of mine (in the book trade), passed this link on to me.



            I'd heard of, The Cardinal & The Corpse, but I hadn't actually seen it, until now. Mike's in there, mischevious & giving his opinion on whether or not the Irish writer, satirist & flâneur, Flann O'Brien, had written several Sexton Blake, pulps, at some point. Alan Moore, Ian Sinclair & Deep Fix guitarist, Martin Stone, also make an appearance, amongst other rather louché denziens of London's book trade. Well worth a look.

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