Justified & Ancient
- Feb 17, 2017
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Boris Karloff taking a break while filming 'Frankenstein' - 1931. He's a very elegant tea drinker.
It looks like Neil Innes.I hadn't picked up on that not being Graham Chapman – but having seen his stand-in live at Premises Arts Centre in Norwich back in the day (ie a long time ago!) I'm pretty sure I know who it is. Maybe Graham Chapman was, er, hung-over on the day of the photoshoot. I believe that Graham liked a drop...
https://stmargarets.london/archives/2012/02/the_temporary_rules_of_golf.htmlApparently Dr Goebbels, Hitler’s Minister of Propaganda, heard about the new rules and referred to them in a broadcast to Britain by Lord Haw-Haw (William Joyce)…
The military targets clearly included the laundry at Richmond Golf Club.“By means of these ridiculous reforms the English snobs try to impress the people with a kind of pretended heroism. They can do so without danger, because, as everyone knows, the German Air Force devotes itself only to the destruction of military targets and objectives of importance to the war effort.”
Those hats and ties were definitely bought as soon as they got hired as detectives.love the fashion from the 1920s to early 70s and then again from late 70s to mid 80s for all the youth tribe culture but sadly since the late 1980s it's either people wanting to look like some Boys from the Hood or some well to do pink head scruff.
Reminds me of this chap, not someone you'd want to upset:
It reminds me of a series in the Victor or a similar comic about a British HK police inspector who brought a little terrier around with him.Those hats and ties were definitely bought as soon as they got hired as detectives.
Good afternoon, would you happen to stock detective hats?
There''s a song simply titles 'Errol' by an Aussie band called 'Australian Crawl' which sum up his life simply, but perfectly...