TV Shows We Used To Watch - BBC British TV 1959-80 - Harry Worth
The famous opening credits featured Harry stopping in the street to perform an optical illusion involving a shop window. (Raising one arm and one leg which were reflected in the window, thus giving the impression of levitation). Reproducing this effect was popularly known as "doing a Harry Worth". Set in the fictional town of Woodbridge, 'Here's Harry' presented the star as a bumbling complainer continually pitted against officialdom in a world that he always seemed to be one step behind…
Dutch postcard by Vita Nova, Schiedam, no. B/10/41. Sent by mail in 1968. Photo: A.P. Films, London / Coliseum, London, 1965. Caption: Brains uitvinder van International Rescue (Brains, inventor of International Rescue). The British Sci-Fi TV Series Thunderbirds (1965-1966) was created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and their production company AP Films. Their puppet adventures thrilled millions of children across the world. Anderson was responsible for some of the most instantly recognisable…
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