You wear it well, Worzel, er... Rod
Wrinkly Rod Stewart looks reminiscent of another craggy-faced 1970s entertainer with - walking, talking scarecrow Worzel Gummidge. The 64-year-old rocker hid his straw-coloured hair under a hat in Beverly Hills.
Vintage Fuzzy Felt Circus 1960
Vintage Fuzzy Felt Circus 1960 Great vintage felt board with bright colored felt circus items. This was made by Allan Industries LTD * High Wycombe * Buckinghamshire. There are over 100 pieces in brightly colored felt! It is 11" X 7" and in excellent condition. Please refer to photos for more detail. Thanks for visiting Tracey Ann's!!
What is heavy, white, and wears yellow check trousers? Rupert the Fridge.
The story of the 1973 Daily Express Rupert the Bear Annual is a strange one, but will, I am sure, be a familar tale to illustrators and designers the world over. The artist, Alfred Bestall, provided his finished artwork to the publisher as usual. And, as usual, the cover illustration featured Rupert with a brown face and hands (Paws?), while the cartoon strips within all showed a white rupert. This was the way that Bestall designed the cover artwork, and he was the artist so that's the way…
Sweet wrappers over the years
Due to posts being cross posted & linked from other now dead sites, This thread will contain all the vintage sweets we remember from across the years in one place. All labelled for easy searching. If you are a regular, you will have seen most of these before, but some have been unavailable for a while now, so .. here they are :) Terry's Bitz (Orange) http://i636.photobucket.com/albums/uu86/DarrenLeeStephens/sweets/tebitz.jpg
Why Don't You - Cardiff - BBC1 - 1985
We start with a PIF about strangers with Acorn Antiques very own Duncan Preston, then a few minutes worth of Why Don't You with the Cardiff gang. Thanks agai...
Happy Days is a 1970’s sitcom set in 1950’s Wisconsin, and revolves around teenager Richie Cunningham, his family and friends including Arthur "Fonzie"/"The Fonz" Fonzarelli, Potsie and Ralph Malph. Seasons 1-4 are now available.