Grease- I would imagine I have seen this movie over 1000 times. I know every..single.. word..Who didn't have a dance routine to Grease Lightning? :)

Grease- I would imagine I have seen this movie over 1000 times. I know every single word. Who didn't have a dance routine to Greased Lightning?

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Double Rainbow Leg Warmers - Over The Knee - Kawaii Fashion Leggings

Joe and Petunia, 1970s

Public information adverts - Joe & Petunia ( Coastguard info ad) Joe sees a man drowning but Petunia only has eyes for the Lifeguard. Loved these films, classy and they did what they were supposed

Classic Kids TV Shown in the UK in the 70s'/80's - How many classic kids TV shows that were aired in the UK during the 70's/80's have you seen?

"Well here he is, the Pink Panther The Pink Panther Ev’rybody loves a panther that’s pink He really is a groovy cat And he’s a gentleman, a scholar, he’s a acrobat"

Do you remember Lizzie Dripping?

Do you remember Lizzie Dripping? This story STILL gives me nightmares, almost 40 years on! 'Yeah, it was a weird one alright!

Crackerjack - A long-term children's programme (started in 1955 and ran until 1984) filmed live, with an audience mainly consisting of cubs, scouts, girl-guides and brownies in full uniform and energetic kiddies all crammed into a Shepherd's Bush theatre. The show was meant for eight to ten-year-olds, but one of the great strengths of the show, was that it never played down to the audience just because they were young. As a result, Crackerjack appealed to an audience of all ages.

It's Friday, it's 5 o'clock, and it's CRACKERJACK! Wonder if anyone still has a Crackerjack Pencil.

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Dave Grohl: "There were many inspirations behind naming the band the Foo Fighters. I was a fan of tv show Kung Fu with David Carradine.Of course the other inspiration behind naming the band came with the Saturday morning cartoon 'Hong Kong Phooey.

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