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   has the bingo call   
Brighton Line
Brighton
   football club is known as   
The Seagulls
Brighton & Hove Albion
   play at   
The Withdean Stadium
Graham Greene
   wrote   
Brighton Rock
Underworld thriller and exploration of the nature of sin and the basis of morality
Brighton Sheffield
   appears in   
The Nanny
Brighton
   is home to   
Architects
Brighton
   is home to   
Brakes
Brighton
   is home to   
The Go! Team
Brighton
   is home to   
The Kooks
Brighton Beach
   is a nudist beach in   
The U.K.
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
   is on the   
B & Q Lines
Brighton Rock (1947)
   starred   
Richard Attenborough, Carol Marsh and Hermione Baddeley
Director: John Boulting. Also starred William Hartnell, Nigel Stock & Wylie Watson
John Boulting
   directed   
Brighton Rock (1947)
London to Brighton (2006)
   starred   
Lorraine Stanely, Johnny Harris and Georgia Groome
Director: Paul Andrew Williams. Also starred Sam Spruell, Alexander Morton & Nathan Constance. Plot: It's 3:07am and two girls burst into a run down London toilet. Joanne is crying her eyes out and her clothing is ripped
Arundel and Brighton
   is situated in   
England
Brighton Pier
   is situated in   
The U.K.
Brighton, East Sussex, U.K.
Brighton Sea Life Centre
   is found in   
England
Brighton East Sussex, England. Aquaria
Does M'lord Ever Visit Brighton Beach?
   is a mnemonic for the   
British Hereditary Titles
Duke, Marquis, Earl, Viscount, Baron, Baronet
The Brighton Strangler (1945)
   starred   
John Loder, June Duprez and Michael St. Angel
Director: Max Nosseck. Also starred Miles Mander, Rose Hobart & Gilbert Emery. Plot: During WW II, one of the hits of the London stage is a play about a murderer who strangles his victims...
Sheer Heart Attack
   featured   
Brighton Rock
1974
John Constable
   painted   
Chain Pier, Brighton
Oil on canvas, 1826-7; Tate Britain, London
_____ Rock
   is missing   
Brighton
1948. Starring Richard Attenborough. Based on the Graham Greene novel.






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