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Spandex Sidney 12:54 Sun Jul 2
Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - Ian Dury biopic
Just started on BBC2, arguably Upminster greatest contribution to the world!

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Sven Roeder 10:05 Sun Jul 2
Re: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - Ian Dury biopic
He got polio from swimming in a pool in Southend.
Probably still one of the more enjoyable visits there.

Gavros 10:02 Sun Jul 2
Re: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - Ian Dury biopic
That film was a fucking travesty.

Any Old Iron 9:01 Sun Jul 2
Re: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - Ian Dury biopic
He claimed he was born in Upminster, but he was actually born in Harrow and died in Upminster.
First saw him in '73 with the Kilburn's supporting the Who at the Lyceum. Must admit I was a bit taken aback by his appearance when he limped on stage with a stick.

fred flinstone 8:37 Sun Jul 2
Re: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - Ian Dury biopic
Never really rated it though I think he would be a difficult character to portray accurately, interesting to see the his son was played by the geezer that played Danny Baker in Cradle to the Grave

Far Cough 5:44 Sun Jul 2
Re: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - Ian Dury biopic
He only pretended he was born in Upminster

eusebiovic 5:39 Sun Jul 2
Re: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - Ian Dury biopic
Iron Duke 5:24 Sun Jul 2

Andy Serkis

Iron Duke 5:24 Sun Jul 2
Re: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - Ian Dury biopic
Good film, and a great acting performance by the bloke who plays him.





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