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Discussion in 'THE AIGBURTH ARMS' started by Ant E, May 5, 2017.
You know nothing about it you rotten yank, stick to sesame Street
You know....... I've never seen a whole episode of that.....
You ain't seen much of much by the sounds of it
Funny I was having a conversation a
The other day about film stars you'd swear were English, but are American. Firstly we discussed Orson Welles, he has that classic British stage presence, powerful stage dramatic voice, and style about him, but is American, next was Vincent price, who you virtually can't possibly not think was English, given his association with British horror movies and a voice that is more creepy than accented.
Americans, quite rightfully, claim them as there own greats, but there's definitely a touch of English about them. Another one I thought of was Brando, who again has that great British screen /stage actor about him, but is more American simply by the parts he played being more classic Americana
I have, it used to be my goto show when I was a kid. Have a Big Bird toy and a Fozzy bear (can't remember if he was a muppet or both) Still have Big bird, no idea where Fozzy bear is, will be at my parents somewhere. Dad and I will be doing a cleanup of the spare room and the stuff in the roof of the shed and maybe the other two storage areas. One of those likely has snakes.
On the opposite scale you have bob hope, who seems so american he's actually called 'america' some times, and Charlie Chaplin , who it's hard to believe isn't American, given that where all his famous works are from.
Nope, especially when it comes to children's tv shows from the 70/80/90's on. In the 70's I was too busy getting laid and getting high to watch tv, going to the mountains.... the beach...... wtf would I want to watch a kids show for?
Yeah, but I would hardly think he would have much Limey left in him having moved here at the age of 4. Did you ever look into his career? Its amazing.
No, buy I've seen loads of his films.i
Especially like, my favourite brunette, the seven foys, son of Paleface and all the road to movies
Yeah , his movies were great, especially the "Road" ones. He was actually pretty good at stand up too, but they didn't call it that back then. You DO know he started in Vaudeville, correct?
Well duh!!! With his style he couldn't have not done.sepecially with the seemingly ad-libbed double fast talking wisecracks in the road to movies