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  1. Re: Ford Capri's at the ready! The Professionals come to the Big Screen!

    Thought to myself Scott Adkins and Richard Madden would make for a great modern Bodie & Doyle.
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    Re: Gene hackman

    Gene Hackman also nearly directed Silence Of The Lambs. He was rumoured to be in line for the Lecter role, either that or Scott Glenn's FBI veteran.
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    Re: Grange hill

    I saw Arran Bell once as an employee of The Firm in EastEnders back in '88. Didn't look at all intimidating or scary. Not like Ziggy Byfield or the guy who played Dolly's husband in Widows.

    If...
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    Edge Of Darkness (1985)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLGHr_S0Ii0

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4UxyFuhc9A

    One of the greatest British dramas ever, the likes of which we will never see.
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    Re: The bill (1984-2010)

    Ted Roach's final episode as a Sun Hill copper was a hoot.

    In recent years, people have wanted The Bill to return. Not very likely, but if it did return, it would be on Sky or Watch.
  6. Thread: Genesis

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    Re: Genesis

    Phil Collins was an excellent replacement for Peter Gabriel and with Steve Hackett on guitar, they continued to be a prog rock band. Seconds Out is a sublime live album with the standout being...
  7. Thread: The Bill

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    Re: The Bill

    Yep, it was him. Recognised him straight away when I spotted him in The Bill.
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    Re: The bill (1984-2010)

    I think when it was a 9pm show and had more violence and bad language in it added to its realism. It felt as if you were watching real coppers in action. I heard the 1st series got lots of...
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    Re: The Sweeney (1975 tv series)

    My Top 10 episodes :

    Ringer
    Abduction
    Thou Shalt Not Kill!
    Stoppo Driver
    Faces
    Taste Of Fear
    In From The Cold
    Hit And Run
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    Re: The Sweeney (1975 tv series)

    I've got the blu-rays of the movies which came out earlier this year. So much better than Ray Winstone's version with better storylines, very fine performances, more realism and most of all, that...
  11. Re: For any Deep Purple , Rainbow or Whitesnake fans

    Grew up listening to these guys since I was 8. Amazing vocals, guitar and dynamite songs that blasted everything else out of the water. Rainbow were at their best with Dio but there were great...
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    Re: Soft Cell and Marc Almond

    Where The Heart Is makes for a great tune. I saw it being mimed to on TOTP2 I think or Sounds Of The Eighties back in the '90s. It's on my USB player in my car.
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    Re: your top 10 rock singers of all time

    David Coverdale
    Robert Plant
    Ian Gillan
    Ozzy Osbourne
    Bon Scott
    Ronnie James Dio
    Freddie Mercury
    Peter Gabriel
    Bruce Dickinson
    Paul Rodgers
  14. Thread: Genesis

    by JimCarver79
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    Genesis

    Started off as a pop-rock band in 1969 with Peter Gabriel on vocals. Trespass in 1970 hinted at the more progressive direction they would take followed by the energetic Nursery Cryme, Foxtrot...
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    Re: Happy birthday Bruce dickinson

    Grew up listening to Maiden in the '80s. My brother was more into the 1st album featuring Di'Anno but he had The Number Of The Beast on cassette and copied all their other stuff. Live After Death...
  16. Thread: The Bill

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    Re: The Bill

    Galloway > Burnside > Deakin.

    Don Beech also rocked even if he was crooked. Spotted him as another character in a 1989 episode.
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    Re: The bill (1984-2010)

    The Bill went back to being a 9pm show in its final year after years of being pre-watershed.
  18. Thread: Thriller

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    Re: Thriller

    I watched every single episode back in 2005 or '06. My brother liked the one with Nyree Dawn Porter.
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    The bill (1984-2010)

    Began as a 1983 ITV Storyboard play called Woodentop which was about the first day on the job for new PC Jim Carver. In March the following year, they began filming the 1st series which had more of...
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    Re: British Comic Characters

    Death Wish (Blake Edmonds)
    Topps On Two Wheels (Speed/Tiger)
    Sintek (Tiger)
    Ticker Tait (Spike)
    Dredger (Action)
    The Leopard From Lime St. (Buster)
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    Sticky: Re: NO.1 the Day you were born

    Blondie - Heart Of Glass.
  22. Re: What CD Have you been listening to in the car

    Been listening to the work of ex-Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett on my USB stick which I can plug into my car. Brilliant guitar player, very emotive, melodic and progressive.
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    Re: Favourite James Bond Films

    From Russia With Love, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Live & Let Die, The Spy Who Loved Me, For Your Eyes Only, Licence To Kill.
  24. Re: First 15 & 18 cert film watched at the cinema

    Cert 15 : The Vanishing
    Cert 18 : Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels
  25. Re: What Was the First Film in a Cinema You Watched?

    The Vanishing in 1993. It was a 15 and I was 14 but my brother, aged 21 and his mate, 22, took me to see it. I enjoyed it. BTW it was the Hollywood version starring Kiefer Sutherland and Jeff...
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