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    Re: London films 40's to 70's

    The film 'S.W.A.L.K.' from 1971 starring Jack Wild and Mark Lester as two young school boys was filmed in and around London. Locations included Hammersmith, Lambeth, Brompton and Nunhead with post...
  2. Thread: Major Domos

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    Major Domos

    Anyone remember Major Domos boots ? They were like Doc Marten's but if I recall correctly a cheaper version. They had the air cushioned sole and were usually ox-blood coloured but I rarely hear them...
  3. Thread: Crisps

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    Sticky: Re: Crisps

    Yes, I managed to get the full set, me and my mates used to organise our own mini olympics to compete for the medals. Happy days.
  4. Thread: FA Cup Finals

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    Re: FA Cup Finals

    I remember it well, always switching from BBC to ITV to catch the latest team news or interviews. Then there was always cup final day wrestling that usualy involved the big names of the day in some...
  5. Thread: Crisps

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    Sticky: Re: Crisps

    Anyone remember Tudor crisps 1972 Munch Olympic medals ? You had to send in somthing like five empty packets for a bronze medal, ten for silver and maybe fifteen or twenty for gold.
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  6. Re: Does anyone know the name of these classic cartoons?

    Here ya go

    House Hunting Mice
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGconzGjaq4
    Dog Gone Modern
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad2XLX3fqLA
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    Re: Flared trousers

    Anyone ever buy one of these beauty's ?

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  8. Re: Does anyone know the name of these classic cartoons?

    Here is the full cartoon

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45qdTBDs2y4
  9. Re: Does anyone know the name of these classic cartoons?

    Is this the one ?

    http://www.watchcartoononline.com/tom-and-jerry-episode-70-push-button-kitty
  10. Thread: Sexy Sinitta

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    Re: Sexy Sinitta

    I reckon she's an alien, looks just the same now as she did thirty years ago !
  11. Thread: FA Cup Finals

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    Re: FA Cup Finals

    Or even David Harvey.
  12. Thread: Dollar

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    Re: Dollar

    Yes, he was known as David Burger Van Day for a while.
  13. Thread: Abba

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    Re: Abba

    As a young lad, I always fancied the blonde one in ABBA, then he grew a beard and I went right off him.........:eek:
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    Re: Warlord Secret Agent

    This has got me puzzled, my Warlord medal collection was the same one as the bottom photo, so where is the one in the top pictures from ? They look like the same medals but the booklet is totaly...
  15. Thread: heavy metal

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    Re: heavy metal

    Black Sabbath are my all time favourite band, also love Purple, Zep, Maiden, Motorhead, Ac/Dc ect. Another good under rated band is Mountain, "Nantucket Sleighride (To Owen Coffin)" is a brilliant...
  16. Re: Kelloggs soldier freebie band,anyone know em?

    Yes, the English were very much part of the crusades.
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    Re: Cereal freebies/offers

    I remember them, they were all famous Indian chiefs in a light yellow/cream colour. They were in two halves (Back of head, front of head) that you pushed together to make a compleat head. Sorry,but I...
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    Re: Cereal freebies/offers

    Yes I remember them, I managed to collect about eight of them. Mine were all silver.
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    Re: Haunting Songs

    It was a hit for both Bob Lind & Val Doonican, amazingly they both reached the top 10 with this song in April 1966, Lind at number 5 & Doonican at number 6. See the chart in the link below.
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  20. Thread: The band RUSH

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    Re: The band RUSH

    Saw them at the Queen's Hall Leeds back in 1980, a great gig and a good live band but I never realy got into them because on vinyl they never realy did it for me.
  21. Re: Fantastic records/Fantastic Forgotten record Thread

    A great forgotten song
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igK6c9ytr6g
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    Re: Best Rock Ballads

    My favourite rock ballad is Deep Purple's `Soldier of fortune`, a beautiful tune sung with feeling.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_4GVm9adaU
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    Re: Summer songs

    This is an often forgotten gem :
    Bobby Goldsboro `Hello Summertime`
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsKPIgyo1kI

    Also this one always reminds me of the warmer days :
    Beach Boys `Lady Lynda`...
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    Re: Haunting Songs

    I always though Noel Harrison's `Windmills of your mind`was a haunting song
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qj2diB6fcpg

    Also like Cindy D`Lequez Sage `The moons lament`...
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