Ishrub

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A real gaggle in the first 3min 30 sec of supposedly one of the best British movies ever made, amazingly Technicolor in 1943.


But be warned, it could be too hot for some!
Showing all 6 film poster taglines:
A Lusty Lifetime of Love and Adventure in Lavish Technicolor (US Lobby Card tag)
A thrilling lifetime of courage and love... in triumphant Technicolor.
An unforgettable story of forty gallant years.
A Rogue With A Roving Eye!
A Devil... In A Daring Adventure!

The Lusty Lifetime Of A Gentleman Who Was Sometimes Quite A Rogue!

Are the bikes all the same models and what is the brand name shown?

 
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Ishrub

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The Norton 16H is a designation given to British motorcycles made between 1911 through to 1954 with various modifications and refers to a single cylinder Norton 490cc side valve engine with a bore and stroke of 79 x 100 mm. The H denotes the Home model as distinct from the Colonial export model.[1
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