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I do not know where the "Revivalists" get their notion from,that Suit Trousers were really short.Maybe when the "Off The Peg" Suits started to appear..
Most off the peg trousers today have an unfinished inseam of over 36", so when you see this it is deliberate (and unfortunate LOL). Did they come in finished lengths when they first appeared?
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Today's youngsters are a hardier breed. Nobody wears a coat to go clubbing. Shirtsleeve order in all weathers, skimpy dress for the girls.

Spot on I find it amusing seeing these young woman with skirts up their arses with their mum out with them dressed the same, now that would never happened back in our day...what a shame biggrin.gif
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May I wish all our Contributors and Readers a Merry Christmas.Good Luck to you all!!!fing02[1].gif
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May I wish all our Contributors and Readers a Merry Christmas.Good Luck to you all!!!fing02[1].gif
Thanks, Brownie - and the same to you all, folks.
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What do you think might happen if we were still on 666?

Damm its passed

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May I wish all our Contributors and Readers a Merry Christmas.Good Luck to you all!!!fing02[1].gif

Here here - its been good to talk to you all and may it continue

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Merry Christmas Everyone.Hope Santa brings yooz everything you desire.

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Happy x mas to all sitting here listening to tighten up vol 1
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Cool Crimbo to one and all!
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Hi everyone

Sorry I haven't Contributed in a long time!
But I have been keeping up with it!!

I promise next year I'll be on here more with new pictures and history lol

So I wish you all a merry christmas and a happy new year....... smile.gif

All the best mr twist tag. ( Levi )
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Happy Christmas to all of you on this great forum, good luck and best wishes for 2013.



Christmas Day 1969 - Thursday 25th December 1969 - BBC-1 Television
9am On Christmas Day in the Morning
9:30am A Spoonful of Sugar from Stoke Mandeville Hospital
10am News
10:05pm Tom and Jerry
10:15am The Doctors
10:35am Service from St George's Chapel, in the presence of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh
11:45am Rolf Harris. Meet the Kids
12:30pm Royal Family (documentary film)
2:15pm Top of the Pops '69 (part 1)
3pm Billy Smart's Circus Spectacular
4:10pm Disney Time, with Julie Andrews
5pm Cinderella: pantomime with Jimmy Tarbuck, Beryl Reid, Anita Harris, Jack Tripp
6:30pm News
6:40pm Save the Children: appeal by Barbara Mullen
6:45pm Christmas Night with the Stars
8:15pm Morecambe and Wise Christmas Show
9;15pm McLintock (film) starring John Wayne
11:15pm Tony Bennett and the Count Baasie Orchestra
12:05am And was made Black: a look at a modern incarnation

Christmas Day 1969 - Thursday 25th December 1969 - BBC-2 Television
10:15am Play School: The Little Drummer Boy
10:35am Service from St George's Chapel, in the presence of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh (as BBC1)
11:45am Kyote (film) by Kon Ichikawa
12:30pm 12:30pm Royal Family (documentary film)(as BBC1)
2:15pm Chronicle: The Fate of the Armada
3pm The Royal Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty, Acta 1,2 & 3 with Antoinette Sibley, Anthony Dowell
5;25pm News Summary
5:30pm Call My Bluff
6pm The Price of Fame: or Fame at any Price
6:45pm The Paladins of Palermo, from the Sicilian Puppet Theatre
7:10pm Children Talking: That Christmas Feeling
7:20pm Jesus: His life through the eyes of the young generation
8:05pm News
8:15pm Bird's-Eye View: Beside the Seaside, by Sir John Betjeman
9:05pm This Colourful Year of Sport. Henry Longhurst looks back
10:25pm Barbra Streisand entertains
11:15pm News Headlines
11:16 pm The Day They Robbed The Bank of England (film) starring Aldo Ray, Peter O'Toole, Elizabeth Sellars

Christmas Day 1969 - Thursday 25th December 1969 - ITV - Thames Television (London)
8:15am Carols for Everyone
9:30am Cinema Special
10:15am United Free Church Service , from St. James's Road Methodist Church, Shirley, Southampton
11am A Merry Morning from Seacroft Hospital, Leeds
11:30am Moonfleet (film) starring Stewart Granger, George Sanders, Joan Greenwood, Viveca Lindfors
1pm Kelvin Hall Circus
2pm This is ... Tom Jones
3pm Petticoat Pirates (film) starring Charlie Drake, Anne Heywood, Cecil Parker, John Turner
4:35pm Aladdin, with Mike and Bernie Winters, Jack Douglas, Jimmy Logan, Josef Locke, Peter Vernon, Maggie Vickers
5:50pm News
6pm All-Star Comedy Carnival
8:30pm The Benny Hill Show
9:30pm Robin and the Seven Hoods (film) starring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr, Bing Crosby
10:30pm News
9:30pm Robin and the Seven Hoods (film continued)
11:45pm Whicker in Europe
12:15am What Was He Like? Dean of St. Paul's on Jesus

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Wot? No Great Escape? I thought that was on every year? biggrin.gif
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Fantastic Bunty,all the best to you as well.

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Thanks, Bunty... nicked and posted on the Tartan Army message Board.

Hope it was good for you lot. satisfied.gif
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Bunty,putting up the Tv Programmes from Christmas `69,bought back memories of the biggest loathing-me and my Sisters had,every year.It was the bloody Circus!!My Mum and Dad would always insist on having it on and we Kids hated it.Even to this day we talk about bloody Billy Smarts.(my Dad actually knew him quite well-don`t know how though).As a kid we never went near any Circuses....biggrin.gif
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