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lexxity
14th Apr 2006, 20:14
If these have been posted before then sorry, but I couldn't be bothered searching. :O

80's kids cartoons. (http://www.80scartoons.co.uk/)

TV Cream (http://www.tv.cream.org)

Marvellous.:ok:

timmcat
14th Apr 2006, 20:36
Oi!

Was my idea (http://www.pprune.org/forums/showthread.php?t=155127) first!! ;)

Oldies the best eh? Lets have some more reminisithingies.

MyData
14th Apr 2006, 20:54
01 811 8055

How many PPRuNers from the UK of a certain age have that number burned on their brains?

I'll swap you a 3 playing cards for a new Raleigh Chopper.


Children's Film Foundation? What was all that about - only time you ever heard of them was on Screen Test.


Lex - I'm getting old, the 80's cartoons didn't mean anything to me :ugh:

Jerricho
14th Apr 2006, 21:09
Thanks Lexx.

The Thundercats bloopers is great (watch the swears now)

Mmmmmm, Cheetara.........

Paris Dakar
14th Apr 2006, 22:55
lexxity,

Mrs Dakar bought me a DVD entitled 'Charley Says'! It's a compilation of all the Public Information Films that were around when I was growing up. Some of them may appear corny now but it's amazing how much you remember them from your younger years :) .

Well worth a look.

tony draper
14th Apr 2006, 22:59
Remembering one's younger years is no prob,remembering last week is the problem.
:uhoh:

PPRuNe Radar
14th Apr 2006, 23:26
Mrs Dakar needs to watch the film on saving cash .... get them all here for free :}

UK Government Public Info Films (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/films/view_all_films.htm)

Loose rivets
15th Apr 2006, 07:29
What a wonderful link!!!! hardly did any ppruning tonight.:8

Paris Dakar
15th Apr 2006, 07:39
PPRuNe Radar,

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Now where's that receipt.................

polomint
15th Apr 2006, 12:22
Hello all on this lovely sunny day,

Another fabulous link is:

www.retrojunk.com

Covers 70s, 80s and 90s! And for those of you as dorky as Iwas when I found this, it plays the intro for all the programmes!:ok:

Also covers toys and such from these eras.

Have fun and Happy Easter!

Polo:ok:

BN2A
19th Apr 2006, 14:57
What more can I say....

Absolute GENIUS!!!!!

:ok:

strafer
19th Apr 2006, 15:18
How many PPRuNers from the UK of a certain age have that number burned on their brainsAnd also - London, W12 8QT

djk
19th Apr 2006, 15:29
How about this site (http://tv.cream.org/specialassignments/themes/1.htm) for old tv show theme tunes