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    Nice one jsp :) The Sooty Show was my favourite!


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    Thanks Rubex, that was one of my favourites too

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsp77 View Post
    Thanks Rubex, that was one of my favourites too
    I thought you would be too old for Sooty! Did they even have TVs in your day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubex View Post
    I thought you would be too old for Sooty! Did they even have TVs in your day?
    yes cheeky, but only a portable b/w. Was a nightmare watching the snooker

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