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London based hardman actor Ray Winstone was seen in the Park Hill Flats area today filming his latest movie. Also rumours he was in the Penny Black pub afterwards.

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Awww would’ve loved to see him

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London based hardman actor Ray Winstone was seen in the Park Hill Flats area today filming his latest movie. Also rumours he was in the Penny Black pub afterwards.

 

I like him. Wonder what the movie is.?

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If its owt to with the Penny Black it will be called Scum 2. What a dump.:gag:

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If its owt to with the Penny Black it will be called Scum 2. What a dump.:gag:

 

Lol,

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If its owt to with the Penny Black it will be called Scum 2. What a dump.:gag:

 

Got that bad did it? Never stayed in for long all those years ago, but it seemed OK then, except for the Trophy bitter. It used to be the first stop on the town centre pub crawl, back in the day, when coming into town by bus.

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London based hardman actor Ray Winstone was seen in the Park Hill Flats area today filming his latest movie. Also rumours he was in the Penny Black pub afterwards.

"You`ll lav it".:P

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Hmm Park Hill Flats? So another movie set in 1970s/80s urban decay then.

 

These days if you want "grim northern city" for anything...you come and film in Sheffield!

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These days if you want "grim northern city" for anything...you come and film in Sheffield!

 

You've not been here to Rovrum for a while then I :hihi:

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I've never heard of him.

 

you might have seen him in a film or two though, especially in the last couple of decades when the UK was goin’ Mockney crazy with several Essex gangster films coming out every year.

 

Imagine a working class Terry Venables but with less charisma, and you’re not far off

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