Sunday, 21 February 2016

A little titter

Hello. I'm having the day off today, so I'll leave you with this little titter. You can't beat a good old fashioned British comedy, and Some Mothers Do 'Av 'Em, was one of the best. Michael Crawford aka Frank Spencer did his own stunts, he is so funny.



Catch you tomorrow. Toodle pip



13 comments:

  1. Ilona, were you driving the yellow lorry?

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  2. Thanks for the laughs. Have a good evening.

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  3. Oh dear just watched this clip. Hilarious can't stop laughing. Fab start to Monday morning.

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  4. brilliant - thanks for the memory and a great laugh to start the day. elf and safety probably wouldn't allow it now

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  5. That programme made me laugh my socks off - so, so funny!

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  6. That takes me back. I was living in Edmonton when he did the roller skate stunt near Pickets Lock. My mother loved the program and I have fond memories of her crying, literally with laughter.

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  7. Heard your radio interview with Vanessa Feltz; thought she was very abrupt and kept butting in before you could answer her questions. The Radio Leicester one was better, he was very polite and genuinely seemed interested in your lifestyle. I do enjoy your blogs - keep up the inspirational work. Amanda

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  8. A funny guy for sure. Slapstick comedy is always fun....Jerry Lewis.

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  9. He was really funny in that series. Did I see a Ford Capri? I liked Capris.

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  10. I used to love that and remember that episode. It was really good to see it again. So funny and amazing when you think that he did all his own stunts.

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  11. I must be odd-one-out because I absolutely hated watching this at the time, while all around would be laughing I would be cringing! Not watching again

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  12. When I was a kid I used to think this was hilarious. There is something about growing up and becoming a mother where the thought of someone hurting themselves actually makes me quite anxious. What a brilliant comedy actor though, thanks for reminding me of this, I might show my daughter and see what she thinks.

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  13. Looking back at Michael Crawford now, it's hard to believe how he matured into The Phantom of the Opera! I saw him as Phantom, he was superb, there aren't words to describe how wonderful he was!
    My parents names were Frank and Betty, so I'm sure you can imagine how many comments of the 'cat, whoopsy and beret' type there were in our house!

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