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    Re: Retro aftershaves

    I use Brut.
    Just the other day I showed my daughter a Brut ad on YouTube which included Barry Sheen and Henry Cooper.
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    Re: Menswear shops

    Use to get clothes from Burton. Do they still exist?
    Now I prefer M&S.
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    Re: which song gets you thinking about childhood

    Anything by Neil Diamond
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    Re: Usborne Book to Re-Issue 70s Ghost Book.

    Sadly, I stopped collecting them after a few years.
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    Re: Let's Carry On.

    I thought it was Carry on Screaming. But I dithered because I could not see a link between an investigator and horror.
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    Re: Let's Carry On.

    OK, this is probably wrong!
    Is there a scene in which Charles Hawtrey is a private investigator who follows someone into the toilets.
    Could be Carry on Spying
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    Re: Usborne Book to Re-Issue 70s Ghost Book.

    Yes, there were numerous blurred pictures of ufo sightings. Sadly, I consider all of them as hoaxes.
    Ironically, in the age we live in with mobile phones with superior cameras and video, we seem to...
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    Re: Usborne Book to Re-Issue 70s Ghost Book.

    On a similar genre, I use to purchase the weekly magazine called 'The Unexplained.' I started collecting them around 1979 I think.
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    Re: Women's Football

    Sorry, cannot stand women's football. Rather watch ___ dry.
  10. Thread: 1970s advert

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    Re: 1970s advert

    There was a musk my uncle use to splash on. The advert was absolutely awesome: Hi Karate
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    Re: Name Your Top 5 Classic Films

    I remember reading the book 'kes' as part of my English O-level.
    One Beatle film I liked included a man (or alien) sticking his head out of a man-hole. Don't know the name of the film
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    Re: 8 days to the moon

    These are the sort of events that got me interested in Physics and Astronomy. I then went on to become a Scientist.
    In a age where fewer students go on to study Science in further education. This...
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    Re: Grange hill

    I didn't mean she was actually of African origin, just that her accent was from West africa
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    Re: Grange hill

    The funniest scene was when the African girl use to keep following Roland. I use to always wonder if it was the case that she fancied him or had no one else to hang out with.
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    Re: Steven Spielberg

    Was it Duel. About a salesman who is followed by a car that is trying to kill him
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    Re: Name Your Top 5 Classic Films

    Far too difficult, as there are many films that I have really enjoyed but some I cannot recall here.
    So, I will state the films I have seen the last few months that I have very much liked:...
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    Re: Im off

    I visit this site for nostalgia. I visit the forum regularly, which must be concerning.
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    Re: Alpine and Corona Soft Drinks

    Worse than that, it would most probably fail the emission test.
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    Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    But Mike Yarwood had to display a good impersonation to succeed. Tommy Cooper had to fumble the magic trick to succeed.
    Actually, Coope's tricks didn't really go wrong, it is just the manner in...
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    Re: Tv programmes that would not be shown today

    Two I have fond memories of watching: Mind Your Language and It ain't half hot mum.
    Brilliant shows but sadly in today's world considered politically incorrect.
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    Re: Long distance radio stations picked up

    Was it not a pirate station?
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    Re: Teachers who had left the school

    I distinctly recall like it was yesterday. In 1978 in the classroom, a temp teacher addressed the class. He had red watery eyes. He stated that the deputy head Mr x had died of a heart attack during...
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    Re: Long distance radio stations picked up

    In the early 80s use to listen to Radio Laser and Radio Caroline. Both, I think we're illegal broadcast on ships; probably outside British waters.
  24. Thread: Crisps

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    Sticky: Re: Crisps

    That's the picture of the crisps. I would have thought it would be more popular now as there are concerns about salt content in foods. But of course it will not work, as it gives the consumer a...
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    Re: Music and news

    Just checked it out on YouTube; indeed it is the Rock and Roll Years, which is what I was seeking to recall. I do remember the shows been aired in chronological order. It was a fantastic show...
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