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I popped through there on my last trip to Melbourne with my friend who has never seen the show. He didn't see the humour in it. Thought it was shithouse, and probably made the wish that he wasn't in Glenrowan anymore. I couldn't control my laughter, which meant that some icy stares were given to me....
- Mon Aug 10, 2015 2:28 am
- Forum: Tony Martin talk
- Topic: Bad Eggs...ahead of its time?
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I remember when I was nine years old and my Dad taking me to see "Bad Eggs". The year before he took me to see "Crackerjack" and I liked it, but "Bad Eggs" did and still blows me away. Imagine years later when I realised the film wasn't as well received as it was by young me. I think it may have bee...
- Mon Aug 03, 2015 2:49 pm
- Forum: Late Show Memories
- Topic: Graham and the Colonel
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Is it just me or does this material just get funnier with each year? Watching The Late Show DVD again last night and watching them do the poses during the Vogue parody number just killed me. And I've only seen it hundreds of times
- Sun Feb 02, 2014 10:15 pm
- Forum: Getting to Know You
- Topic: Bad Movies from when you were young
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Oh yes, I remember Matilda from the many Encore showings on Austar in the 90's. Elliott Gould had more hair than the kangaroo!
Hi, I never knew this was a forum until today. I was too young to see the Late Show episodes when they originally aired (born in '92, *sigh*). But my Dad was a massive fan, so over the years I've repeatedly seen the tapes, then branched into D-Gen, listened to Martin/Molloy on the radio religiously,...