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    or the Miscellaneous sections micellaneous thread, for info, snippets, tittle tattle and little bits you maybe don't think are worthy of a thread.

    I never knew Jenny Hanley (Magpie presenter) had been a Bond girl.

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    The Monkees only ran for two 'seasons'.

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      One hit wonders for some whom we never heard about them again

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        The Seekers ("Georgy girl") were Australian.

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          Originally posted by havasack View Post
          The Seekers ("Georgy girl") were Australian.
          Heard their doing their last tour

          27
          The young age so many singers artists who went to heaven

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            To think that Fawlty Towers had only twelve episodes (two series, each of six episodes).

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              George lamb formerly in eastenders is in superman 3 he is one of the fellas who you see in the quarry near the end.
              FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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                The late Davy Jones of The Monkees made his television debut on "Coronation Street."

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                  Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits also appeared in Coronation Street in it's early days.
                  The Trickster On The Roof

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                    Wow.

                    it was actually larry lamb not george who was the miner in superman 3.

                    Originally posted by victorbrunswick View Post
                    The late Davy Jones of The Monkees made his television debut on "Coronation Street."
                    FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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                      Near the start of Get Carter when Jack Carter gets off the train in Newcastle and goes into a pub, there camera picks out an old bloke with 5 fingers and a thumb on one hand. Apparently this wasn't noticed till the editing.

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                        In this fight scene from "The Man With the Golden Gun," the film crew can be seen reflected in the mirror.

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                          In the film "633 Squadron" there's a scene where the special "dambuster" bombs to be used in the secret mission arrive at the airfield. At the end of the road a white Austin Mini Cooper can be seen driving by.

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                            I think about 95% of the queries on here are answered "Children of the stones".

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                              Originally posted by shilton dipper View Post
                              To think that Fawlty Towers had only twelve episodes (two series, each of six episodes).
                              seems crazy... such a popular tv series and only 12 episodes !

                              bit like bouquet of barbed wire ..... only 6 episodes when they could have
                              milked it for 26 !

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