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Give Us a Clue [DVD]

Give Us a Clue [DVD]

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Incidentally, the Gascoine/Goddard/Sewell/Nedwell episode ended with the male member of the public on the panel - a fashion designer named Leslie Dean - being given The Poseidon Adventure, but giving a rather bizarre mime by pointing at himself, indicating it was two words and doing the “name” head touching thing. Network has compiled an astonishing set that brings together most of the episodes of Michael Aspel’s run. When I was young, I always thought of Lionel as a bit bland and safe, but he's currently one of my favourite things about the series. Failure of either Party to insist upon strict performance of any provision of this or any Agreement or the failure of either Party to exercise any right or remedy to which it, he or they are entitled hereunder shall not constitute a waiver thereof and shall not cause a diminution of the obligations under this or any Agreement. I've just watched the immortal episode in which Roy Kinnear's I Can't See My Little Willy was followed immediately by Barbara Windsor's Kisses On The Bottom.

I had my doubts I'd find it as enjoyable as the prime time version, but it's certainly not without its charms (helped by the fact that this is the era I most clearly remember watching). On one infamous edition of the programme, the male non-celebrity was handed the title he had to mime on a card by host Michael Aspel, but, rather than read the title, he read the wrong side of the card, on which his name was printed. Lionel cackling like Cesar Romero's Joker when he gets the final word is just wonderful, made even more so because of how he and Kenny are playing off one another, both on their feet and face-to-face. The original host was Michael Aspel from 1979 to 1984, followed by Michael Parkinson from 1984 to 1992. This includes, without limitation, direct loss, loss of business or profits (whether or not the loss of such profits was foreseeable, arose in the normal course of things or you have advised this Company of the possibility of such potential loss), damage caused to your computer, computer software, systems and programs and the data thereon or any other direct or indirect, consequential and incidental damages.When her teammates were taking turns, she was quick to do that annoying run through the alphabet for a "sounds like" word to establish the first letter, rather than simply guessing words that sound like what's been acted. In the second episode, he allowed the women two - perhaps three - titles that they hadn't even completed or blatantly had wrong (the most obvious allowance being Our Lodger Is A Nice Young Man instead of Our Lodger's Such A Nice Young Man). As well as having a bit of a competitive edge, he's also very warm and seems to genuinely enjoy the company of the guests. They dropped the member of the public after an incident from the second show in the second series - the gentleman in Lionel's team read the wrong side of the card given to him, and thus mimed his own name! The more modern BBC re-make with Tim Clark tried to introduce a lateral thinking puzzle (which he could "give clues to") but it didn't really fit in with the rest of the show.

It feels rather like a grown-up patronising children as they play their game, which is sapping the creativity and making it feel more lowbrow. For some bizarre reason, an early version of the theme music (until the 1981 Royal Wedding special) was exactly the same piece of library music used by the BBC's schools com-dram Grange Hill ( Chicken Man by Alan Hawkshaw).Jim Davidson looked set to do the same, but I began warming to him when he poked fun at TV-am's Anne Diamond's early starts ("You gotta be up in a minute in't ya? By using this service you thereby indemnify this Company, its employees, agents and affiliates against any loss or damage, in whatever manner, howsoever caused.

Among the celebrities take part in this series such as David Jason,Nicholas Lyndhurst,Joanne Whalley,etc.I guess that’s the bonus of the three discs that contain this version; The game is so lively you don’t really care. The only bonus on offer is that every episode comes with subtitles; Making this show more accessible than ever before. Terry Scott, Dick Emery, Maureen Lipman, Beryl Reid, Rodney Bewes, Faith Brown, Paul Eddington, John Inman, Dudley Moore, Victoria Wood, all three Goodies and two Doctors Who! Eartha Kitt has the highest international profile of anyone featured on the daytime series - and quite possibly outdoes the big names in the evening version in terms of recognisability.



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