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  • No sooner had we talked about the new British horror film that is set to go 3D and stars Jamie Winstone entitled Elfie and the Gammons, than the teaser arrives online, and it's rather interesting right from the opening scene.

    Filmstalker: July 2009 Archives

  • Ryan Andrews, who wrote and directed the short comedy Making of a Featurette, is set to direct the film which is called Elfie and the Gammons.

    Filmstalker: Winstone in first British 3D Horror

  • They are starring in their first movie together, a horror film called Elfie Hopkins And The Cannibals in which Jaime plays a teenage detective.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • George "Elfie" Ballis, 85, a reporter turned activist whose 30,000 photographs of labor leader Cesar Chavez and migrant farmworkers bolstered their struggle in the 1960s and 1970s to improve working and living conditions in the farm fields of California, died Sept. 24 at his home in Tollhouse, Calif.

    George 'Elfie' Ballis, 85, who photographed struggle of Cesar Chavez and migrant farmworkers, dies

  • He began calling himself "Elfie" as an adult, when a radio host said during an interview that he handled questions "with grace and lightness - like an elf."

    George 'Elfie' Ballis, 85, who photographed struggle of Cesar Chavez and migrant farmworkers, dies

  • "Elfie," she said, "I've been a little cross; I didn't mean it."

    The Easiest Way A Story of Metropolitan Life

  • "Elfie," said Mr. Carleton, as soon as he could; "I want you to go down stairs with me; so dry those eyes, or my mother will be asking all sorts of difficult questions."

    Queechy

  • "Elfie," said he, without immediately answering his mother, "what would your conscience do with two promises both of which cannot be kept?"

    Queechy

  • "Elfie," said he, "I promise you I will never say such a thing again."

    Queechy

  • "Elfie," said he, one morning, when all the rest of the passengers were happily engaged at a distance with the letter-bags – "I wish you would let me hear that favourite hymn of yours again; I like it very much."

    Queechy

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