cartoon

















IMPORTANT NOTE:
You do NOT have to register to read, post, listen or contribute. If you simply wish to remain fully anonymous, you can still contribute.





Enter what you see:
This image contains a scrambled text, it is using a combination of colors, font size, background, angle in order to disallow computer to automate reading. You will have to reproduce it to post on my homepage Tip: Reload page if you have difficulty reading characters
Lost Password?
No account yet? Register
King of Hits
Home arrow Forums
Messageboards
Welcome, Guest
Please Login or Register.    Lost Password?
Go to bottomPost New TopicPost Reply
TOPIC: Bob Larbey
#167274
Bob Larbey 2 Months ago Karma: 50
Rather hooked to As Time Goes By - missed it first time around; apart from Dench and Palmer, both magnificent, it is terribly well written. I see Bob Larbey only left us a couple of years ago. It is beautifully understated. Am I becoming an old fart? They don't make hits like we used to.
 
Logged Logged
  Reply Quote
#167284
Re:Bob Larbey 2 Months ago Karma: 0
Hope you are eating Egg Custard Tarts whilst viewing?

It's a great series and a bit bonkers in places.
 
Logged Logged
  Reply Quote
#167289
Re:Bob Larbey 2 Months ago Karma: 50
A bit? Almost totally. And a delight.
 
Logged Logged
  Reply Quote
#167290
Re:Bob Larbey 2 Months ago Karma: 50
And Geoffrey Palmer is still with us - at 90!
 
Logged Logged
  Reply Quote
#167340
Re:Bob Larbey 2 Months ago Karma: 50
Lovely show tonight - he proposes and is accepted. Anyone know Palmer? Can they pass on our love? Seeing Philip Jones (I'm sure he was connected to Thank Your Lucky Stars) and Sidney Lotterby - are they still with us?
 
Logged Logged
  Reply Quote
#167350
robbiex

Re:Bob Larbey 2 Months ago  
Of course he gave us the wonderfull "The Good Life", probably in the top 5 of the best sitcoms ever written. The 70s were the golden age of sitcoms "Fawlty Towers", "The Good Life", "Porridge",
 
Logged Logged
  Reply Quote
Go to topPost New TopicPost Reply