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favourite show/film growing up

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What shows and films did you like growing up

Mine

Shows
Arthur
Chucklevision
Kerching

Films
Finding memo
Stuart little
 

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I thought his favorite show was that kids show Nightmare or Finders Keepers.
 

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I remember watching Band of Brothers when I was in year 3 or 4 and it blew me away, especially in episode 9 when Tom Hardy is banging some fit girl, think it was the first sex scene I ever saw #neverforget.

So that.
 

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So many:

Round the Twist
Mysterious cities of Gold
Saved by the bell
California Dreams
Pugwall
dungeons & Dragons
the Racoons
Going Live
Live and Kicking
Terrahawks
Count Duckula
Dennis (not the beano one, t'other cartoon)
Ulysses 31
Dr who

loads more really.

films wise when younger over an age range
Flash Gordon
Buck Rogers
V
Disney Robin Hood
bedknobs and Broomsticks

Things like Treasure hunt, Funhouse, Knightmare, Cystal Maze etc, etc
 

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On Planet Cook the 'prime time' BBC chef would run in at the start and accept applause from the puppet clams (there was no live studio audience). :hesk:
 

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Shows.

Scooby Doo.
Wacky Races.
Doctor Who ( With John Pertwee and Tom Baker).

Films.

Jason And The Argonauts.
Bedknobs And Broomsticks.
Jungle Book.
 

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So many:

Round the Twist
Mysterious cities of Gold
Saved by the bell
California Dreams
Pugwall
dungeons & Dragons
the Racoons
Going Live
Live and Kicking
Terrahawks
Count Duckula
Dennis (not the beano one, t'other cartoon)
Ulysses 31
Dr who

loads more really.

films wise when younger over an age range
Flash Gordon
Buck Rogers
V
Disney Robin Hood
bedknobs and Broomsticks

Things like Treasure hunt, Funhouse, Knightmare, Cystal Maze etc, etc

Bedknobs and Broomsticks, what a film. That football scene is still probably the funniest thing I've ever seen, it still has me in stitches when I watch it now.
 

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Bedknobs and Broomsticks, what a film. That football scene is still probably the funniest thing I've ever seen, it still has me in stitches when I watch it now.
My favourite scene is the knight being machine gunned and takes off his iron boot to empty it of bullets.:lol:
 

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Dangermouse
Count Dukula
Knightmare

Films
See 'top films of the 80s thread, and add Star Wars..

Some of the earlier posts make me feel very old
 

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Grown up but still love Finding Nemo - absolute classic.
 

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