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RIP Brucie

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58 minutes ago, JoeDavola said:

A life well lived; and remained in good health well into his 80's.

I remember when he presented HIGNFY about 10 years back it was a reminder of how good he actually was.

RIP Brucie.

Asparagus every day i believe.

RIP to the twinkle toed all rounder.

"Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Anthea Red-fern" (who i'm boning senseless)

Give us a twirl Anthea....

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15 minutes ago, shindigger said:

As long as they are women, nobody should give a monkeys. 

 

I, for one, will enjoy reading of such adventures. His wandering willy and ambition was, allegedly, why his first and second marriages broke up.

But fair play, he gave us tremendous fun and laughter for many decades. I can remember watching 'Play Your Cards Right' and almost splitting myself laughing. Ditto 'The Generation Game'. He had a rare knack of being able to communicate with people. Had that glint in his eyes.

 

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1 hour ago, JoeDavola said:

A life well lived; and remained in good health well into his 80's.

I remember when he presented HIGNFY about 10 years back it was a reminder of how good he actually was.

RIP Brucie.

^^^ This

1 hour ago, Hopeful said:

Talented guy, a true entertainer.

 

 

1 hour ago, Alonso Quijano said:

RIP Brucie. A life well lived. One of the giants of entertainment. Good game! 

All of the above

Sad loss, a quality entertainer.

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Me mam and dad signed-up for a colour TV rented from Rumbelows in 1973 - probably just to compete with me Aunty Ann and Aunty Audrey - whose living-rooms already boasted one.

Delivered and installed some random Saturday afternoon when Slade probably topped the charts, the first colour TV show I ever watched in a house that I lived in was "The Generation Game".

Bruce Forsyth introduced me to colour - in a hitherto monochrome world.

Cheers Bruce - a gentleman to the end.

Shame so many of your 70s TV contemporaries would have taken my virginity in much uglier ways...

RIP

 

XYY

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1 hour ago, MrPin said:

Yow post twat XYY, my parents didn't get a colour TV until I left home.:o

Well yeah, but that's 'cos you're a spaz.

Once you were 18, all the special-needs life-support stuff like your iron-lung became the responsibility of the NHS - and then your family could finally afford milk and electricity...!

;)

 

XYY

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