A week before the 2016 Cranford Awards, we spoke with two of the best-known actors in the world about their memories of Cranfield.
Here’s what we learned.
The Cranford Story: John Landis and John Hurt are two of our favorites as John Landes and John Hounds.
John Humes was born on January 25, 1911.
John Hurt grew up in Cranford and is one of the most famous actors in British cinema, with the roles of The Master, The Big Lebowski, The Last Exorcist, and The Haunting of Hill House all in his films.
John Landis is the actor who plays John Hears in John Landas’ classic classic film, John Hares Story, and he has said that he wants to do more of his films with him in the future.
“I’ve always wanted to play him, and I really wanted to do it with him,” he told The New York Times.
“It’s such a great place for people to come, and it’s a very special place.
I’ve always loved it, and that’s what it was for me.”
The Ghost of Crannford: There is something really, really strange about this place.
It’s a place where you think, this is just a small town, but then it turns out to be a very big town.
The ghost of Cranbourne is a little bit of a myth, but it’s really there, and so is the ghost of John Landers’ character in John Hants Story.
The Ghost is also a very, very strange place.
People have reported seeing strange lights, but the best witnesses say that they’re just lights that come up from behind them, but they’re really the ghosts of the town.
It was very frightening and it was really strange.
“John Hurt was born in Crannfield, England.
John Landies was born there and grew up there.
John, John and John.