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Tag Archives: Alan Rickman
I am sat in an Ealing pub and a sad melancholy has descended. Today one of my heros and quite frankly one of the sexiest men on the planet (his voice alone can turn my knees to jelly) has left … Continue reading
I will admit that the original reason for going to see The Butler was that Alan The God Rickman was one of the stars. However by the time that he appeared on screen the other characters and the intertwining stories … Continue reading