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Live music doesn’t compare to records. This is the sad truth. Of course having your tracks on CDs or on your mobile phone is really easy and feasible because you can listen to your favorite song at any time of the day or the night. You can repeat your favorite song as much as you want to and you can carry it around wherever you go. But attending a live concert is something else.

No Orchids for Miss Blandish , a British gangster film adapted from the 1939 novel by James Hadley Chase , received a very hostile reception from the press. This was mainly due to the film's high (for the time) level of sexual and violent content, but also because its attempt to portray Americans using a largely British cast (including an early role for Sid James ) [6] was seen as unconvincing. [7] The British film journal Monthly Film Bulletin called it "the most sickening exhibition of brutality, perversion, sex and sadism ever to be shown on a cinema screen". [7] The Sunday Express film reviewer called No Orchids for Miss Blandish "the worst film I have ever seen". [8] The Australian newspaper The Age also gave a harsh review: " No Orchids for Miss Blandish is not only a disgrace to the studio that made it, but it also reflects on the British industry as a whole ... the entire production is unpardonable." [9] Cliff Goodwin, discussing No Orchids For Miss Blandish's initial reception, notes it was "unanimously dubbed 'the worst film ever made ' ". [6] Later reviews of the film were equally antipathetic. No Orchids for Miss Blandish was described by British film historian Leslie Halliwell as a "hilariously awful gangster film ... one of the worst films ever made". [8] Leonard Maltin's Classic Movie Guide states " No Orchids for Miss Blandish misses by a mile." [10]

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