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does any1 know the seventies program used 2 b on durin the afternoon the beginin started with a light builb swingin then wen it was startin the light builb used 2 smash agains a brick wall

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is this it - taken from http://tv.cream.org/a-z/c/index.htm

 

CALLAN (1967-72)

THAMES

 

 

EDWARD WOODWARD played hardnut secret service "loose cannon" moping and snarling his way through Cold War Britain occasionally assisted by smelly sidekick called Lonely. Seminal in every sense, not least the swinging bare light bulb opening titles.

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whats the name of the seventies comedy that uttered the words percy filth

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whats the name of the seventies comedy that uttered the words percy filth

 

Man About the House?

Richard O'Sullivan, etc...

 

edit....

I "saw" Paula Wilcox in my mind's eye, but then got the wrong one!

"The Lovers"...?

Edited by RiffRaff

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does any1 know the seventies program used 2 b on durin the afternoon the beginin started with a light builb swingin then wen it was startin the light builb used 2 smash agains a brick wall

 

Why is this thread in Sheffield discussions :huh:

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Man About the House?

Richard O'Sullivan, etc...

 

edit....

I "saw" Paula Wilcox in my mind's eye, but then got the wrong one!

"The Lovers"...?

 

was the lovers lol

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Why is this thread in Sheffield discussions :huh:

 

Don't quote me, but I think it's known as a "mistake".

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