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    Re: "Like Normal People"

    I remember my sister telling me about this film. She was on about a scene in it where a woman who had special needs who was with her partner in an art gallery I think...turned to him(who was also...
  2. Thread: Zig & Zag

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    Re: Zig & Zag

    Zig and Zag started off on Irish kids tv. They had an enemy called Podge who would sometimes make an appearance.. .he went on to join a twin Rodge for another programme and also Dustin the turkey....
  3. Thread: Misty Annual

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    Re: Misty Annual

    Wow Cartimand! That's really something to be proud of! The stories were all fantastic!
  4. Thread: One Hit Wonders

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    Re: One Hit Wonders

    They actually had a few other hits. "Hunting high and low", "The sun always shines on tv" and "Crying in the rain"
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    Re: Pictures of Annual Covers ( Pic Heavy )

    I also found a Judy '73 and a Sandie '73, two Beezer '81 and Topper '82 comics.50375038
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    Re: Pictures of Annual Covers ( Pic Heavy )

    I found a first ever Judy annual edition at a car boot sale yesterday.
    I Googled and found it was 1963 50355036
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    Re: Tales of the unexpected

    I've been recording them and watching religiously! I've even seen the early ones with Roahl Dahl introducing. Last year at a car boot sale, I found the book of short stories which are the book...
  8. Re: Films that were on TV a lot as a child, but you have never seen since.

    Don't think youre thinking of the same version. I'm thinking of the 1939 version. Hope this copies ok
    https://youtu.be/9BQwDlf4UxY
  9. Re: Films that were on TV a lot as a child, but you have never seen since.

    The Sinbad films were always on, at special times like Christmas. They were great. Also "Jack the Giant Killer." Does anyone remember the animated feature length versiom of "Gulliver's Travels"? We...
  10. Re: 70's Childrens Programme - Time travel - can anyone identify please? Come Back L

    https://youtu.be/IR7_vDrG-MQ
    I watched the whole series a few months ago. Hope I copied the link properly.
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    Re: Play For Today, Screen One, Screen Two etc

    No it didn't, Darren 😊. I was petrified of vampires when I was little. ..Prob something to do with watching.the BBC Dracula adaption or perhaps it was Salem Lot. The Play for Today episode was a...
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    Re: Play For Today, Screen One, Screen Two etc

    I watched one one YouTube the other night that I remember watching. "Vampires" it was called. Had a twist to the end that scared the cr*p out of me as a child.
  13. Thread: RIP Rik Mayall

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    Re: RIP Rik Mayall

    Just watched 'Crackanory' last week and he was hosting. I had a lump in my throat... it was fimed shortly before he died...he was just brilliant telling his story with such enthusiasm and glee. I...
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    Re: RIP Lynsey De Paul

    Aw that's sad. When I spotted this thread her name was like a blast from the past. i remember her singing 'Rock Bottom' with a man back to back on two pianos. I looked it up and seems it was the Uk...
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    Re: !970's Comic summer specials

    Now you mention it, I do remember them. Or sometimes they'd be called 'Holiday Specials'...I also remember the 'Libraries'...a mini version of a comic with usually two stories. They were great :)
  16. Re: Finishing a painting meant that the picture came to life

    Reminds me a bit of Polly's Magic Paintbox in Twinkle comic. A little girl with plaits would paint a picture of whatever she need and it would become real. A great thing for a child to own!
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    Re: Quizzes of the 80s

    Winner Takes All with Jimmy Tarbuck, was good.

    Can anyone else remember the short lived but hilarious 'Hollywood or Bust' with Bruce Forsyth?

    Friday nights with Play Your Cards Right, so happy...
  18. Thread: Corner shops.

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    Re: Corner shops.

    I have many memories of corner shops. My favourite was McDonnell's shop, we'd pass it on our way to school. It was actually the front room of a bungalow converted into a shop. It's still there now...
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    Re: mothers pride bread vans

    We had McCann's bread vans round our way. Our neighbours always got one of those big wooden trays full of buns! When I stayed in my auntie's, she would get a cottage loaf everyday. She'd send me out...
  20. Thread: Milkmen/women

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    Re: Milkmen/women

    Aw milkmen with their clinking bottles early in the morning and back in the evening to collect the empties...the wee blob of cream at the top if you got it in quick enough before the birds pecked the...
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    Re: new on here,loving it already!!!!!

    Welcome Andy, for sure there are some great memory geniuses on here. It's a great forum :)
  22. Re: Anyone remember a 70s movie about a vampire woman with the plague?

    I searched and searched for that for hours. I read plot summaries of every made for TV movie from 1960-1981. I even searched for dramas and books but got nowhere. My inclusion of 'plague' in my...
  23. Re: Anyone remember a 70s movie about a vampire woman with the plague?

    Thank you!!! I can't believe it! This is it!! I was mistaken about the plague part. It was mentioned as in 'epidemic' but yes this is definitely it! Well done Moonvisage- how did you find it??
  24. Re: Anyone remember a 70s movie about a vampire woman with the plague?

    Oh and I'm quite sure her own grave was in the graveyard too.
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    That's my favourite adaptation of Dracula! I bought the DVD a few years back. No the film was set in modern times- late sixties or seventies. It was the end of the film when this woman was flitting...
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