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    Re: Yesterday's future, today!

    Did anyone have any Project S.W.O.R.D. toys? I know they were sort of loosely tied to Gerry Anderson....
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    Re: Show Us Your Photography

    Nice photos! I took some of mine to a virtual jigsaw place (see my signature below)... some of you could do the same? I'd like to do some of these as puzzles, not always too happy with the quality...
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    Sticky: Re: A trip down memory lane

    I did two paper routes for a couple of years in Canada, but one was mostly all apartment buildings, which was really nice to have in the winter or if it was pouring rain! I also had a 24 hour gas...
  4. Re: TV Times 1970s ad with a 'Top Cat'-style cat?

    I did see an advert for a TV Times 'On The Buses special edition' on youtube, it was dated 1970, so I suppose it is possible someone may have saved it. Otherwise all I could find were for a couple of...
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    Re: Television of Yesteryear.

    The Strange Report has that swingin' sixties aspect to it as well with Anneke Wills (she was in a genuine swingin' sixties film too, The Pleasure Girls, 1965). Apparently they wanted to make a second...
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    Re: Brit Sitcom Game.

    I was going to say professional Geoffrey Palmer impersonator. It's funny, I can't remember at all either. :o
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    Re: The Good Old Days

    An interesting show, would be a fun DVD set with some good possibilities for extra features, but I think they figure nobody buys DVDs anymore.
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    Re: Television of Yesteryear.

    I'll see if I can get to see some of the earliest Van Der Valk and The Sweeney. I have The Champions, it's a bit like Sapphire And Steel in some ways. My BF wants to see the old Randall And Hopkirk...
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    Re: Brit Sitcom Game.

    That's her. She had a great deadpan delivery of great lines!
    http://movie-dude.co.uk/Frances%20de%20la%20Tour%20%20'Rising%20Damp'%20(1974)%201.2.jpg < Rising Damp...
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    Re: Brit Sitcom Game.

    Alexei Sayle?

    ...if I'm right (been a long time since I watched one)... what was the name of the cast member is both Rising Damp, and more recently, Vicious?
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    Re: Television of Yesteryear.

    I think I remember something titled Doctor At Sea. It seemed like there was one series with the same main character but a slightly altered title, based on some books if I remember correctly. I always...
  12. Thread: Beasts

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    Re: Beasts

    I have a DVD for a series titled Shadows Of Fear (not to be confused with the one for younger viewers titled just Shadows). I don't have something with a Scorpion or Zodiac theme but which was...
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    Re: Private Eye

    Ah. Thanks for that info!
  14. Thread: Beasts

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    Re: Beasts

    Even the kids' versions like Shadows and Dramarama: Spooky are good. I have the Supernatural DVD set from Network too, but I'm pretty sure I've watched all of the episodes in it. It had a sort of...
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    Re: Stan and ollie

    I've been seeing all sorts of photos of the large ads on Buses in England, looks like they did a great job promoting this! Great reviews for the most part. I thought Coogan was good as Tony Wilson of...
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    Re: RIP Windsor Davies

    I thought he was a lovely (and very funny) Sgt. in It Ain't Half Hot Mum. A sad end. :(
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    Re: Private Eye

    I would see Private Eye on the newsstands but a lot of the content was beyond me to be honest, about personalities I wasn't really familiar with, and then I stopped seeing it. I did buy a Doctor Who...
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    Re: Radio Memories

    Interesting reading, and I find the various pirate ship/fort stations particularly fascinating to learn about. I even have some record LPs from Holland that seem to have been put out by their Radio...
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    Re: Beasts

    This was a great and very memorable series I think, too bad they can't make more like it today with stand alone stories. I have the DVD and have saved a couple of the episodes as I like to have...
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    Re: A Return To 70s Hammer/Amicus mayhem..

    Thank you. I wouldn't know enough to be able to make up much in the way of questions however. :D
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    Re: A Return To 70s Hammer/Amicus mayhem..

    I hope it's okay to just know one answer. The House in Nightmare Park is a Frankie Howerd Film I remember along with the much earlier Runaway Bus and some of the St.Trinian's things.
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    Re: A Return To 70s Hammer/Amicus mayhem..

    I've seen a lot of Hammer but never gotten into it enough to buy the magazines or keep all the titles straight. I thought the tv series was great too.

    I was looking over some old comic books...
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    Re: School Nerds/Geeks

    I know one of the kids I went through school with became a police officer. Last I looked he was a sergeant. A black kid played pro football later (U.S. type). Another married and moved to the...
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    Re: What Events Stopped You in Your Tracks!

    I think the first for me would've been Elvis dying. It might sound daft but he'd been this big name star and it hadn't seemed like 'they' could just die like that, like they weren't entirely real...
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    Re: School Nerds/Geeks

    The 'bad' school I went to had a creche or nursery in the basement because of all the gym slip Mums there. I know about that it's cool to be stupid teenaged thing as later I was more or less in the...
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