Tag: The Olden Days

Nov 24

D-Generation and Working Dog collection on iTunes

A bunch of D-Generation / Working Dog stuff has been dumped onto iTunes! So if your VHS and DVDs are worn out, get a digital copy now.

Sep 05

Bargearse and The Olden Days Go Digital

We must’ve been dreamin’ of donuts as this one snuck by us earlier in the year… so we’re going to tell you now. You owned it on VHS – you owned it on DVD – you even owned it illegally from a YouTube rip. Now you can own it legally on digital download. For a …

Continue reading »

Mar 21

Archive: Santo Cilauro on The Nation with Mick Molloy – 2007

Santo Cilauro sits at Mick Molloy‘s desk on The Nation to promote the newly released The Olden Days / Bargearse DVD release in 2007. With chat of their Channel 9 history from the 90s and The Late Show archives. Even a small cameo from Pete Smith.

May 26

Happy Birthday Bargearse!

Today (26/5/12) marked  Detective Sargeant Bargearse‘s 84th birthday. Well, kind of. It was the great, late actor Leo “Lucky” Grills who played Detective Sargeant ‘Bluey’ Hills in the Channel 7 drama production Bluey from 1976 to 1977. Bluey wasn’t your typical detective. What made him unique was that he drank, ate, smoked and did all the …

Continue reading »

Oct 05

Ooh, me Easter Eggs! From Bargearse/Olden Days DVD

SPOILER ALERT!! If you’ve got your copy of The Olden Days/Bargearse that came out in late August, thank forum member menagers for finding the Easter Eggs contained within. 1. Main menu: Bargearse, arrow up, devil icon – exorcism film 2. Main menu: The Olden Days, arrow left, zero icon – funniest home video gag 3. Main …

Continue reading »

Sep 22

Steve’s new Late Show Page

Forum regular Steve has a new Late Show page, with what is arguably the most comprehensive episode guide to The Late Show ever. With hundreds of stills, a complete episode guide, quotable quotes and in-depth guides to your favourite skits, it’s highly recommended. A labour of love. Whether you’re new to The Late Show or an old-timer wanting to mull …

Continue reading »