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The lads take a step up in the world when they are asked to convert Thornley Manor into timeshare units. But their arrival in the village sets alarm bells ringing, especially for the local policeman.
Did You Know?
Oz mentions Brad Dexter
saved Frank Sinatra
's life. On May 10, 1964, Dexter saved both Frank Sinatra's life and the life of Ruth Koch (wife of Producer Howard Koch
), during production of the World War II film, "None But the Brave", in Kaui, Hawaii. Sinatra and Koch were swimming at a beach when they were swept out to sea by the outgoing tide and nearly drowned in high billowing waves. Sinatra's co-star Dexter swam out and rescued them together and were not able to reach back to shore for nearly 45 minutes. In the waves, Sinatra reportedly became separated and murmured "It's all over...please take care of my kids...I'm going to die." Towards the end, both Sinatra and Koch had fallen unconscious for several minutes before two surfers arrived to help Dexter take them to shore. Dexter was later awarded a Red Cross medal for his bravery. When Dexter later advised him not to marry the then-20 year old Mia Farrow
, who was about 25 years Sinatra's junior, Sinatra ended their friendship. See more
The sign for the house says "Thornely Manor", yet it is spelled "Thornley" elsewhere such as the DVD extras etc. See more
References The Magnificent Seven