First to pop off...............2019

First to pop off...............2019

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Laurel Green

27,564 posts

182 months

Tuesday 15th January 2019
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OpulentBob

10,715 posts

130 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Windsor Davies. RIP. Fantastic voice and presence.

Shaw Tarse

29,525 posts

153 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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OpulentBob said:
Windsor Davies. RIP. Fantastic voice and presence.
That's a shame

Laurel Green

27,564 posts

182 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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frown

ApOrbital

7,004 posts

68 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Awwww frown

Eric Mc

109,430 posts

215 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Couldn't resist -



Except I am sad.

JulianPH

5,531 posts

64 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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frown I met him (and Don Estelle) once when I was a kid and got pulled up on stage at a panto. Sad.

cuprabob

8,415 posts

164 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Very sad news about Windsor Davies. Loved "Ain't Half Hot Mum" and the show he did with Donald Sinden, "Never the Twain"

DrDeAtH

3,255 posts

182 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Sad to say, but he was on my list of nominations in the thread...

thebraketester

8,691 posts

88 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Lovely boy.....

Cupramax

8,681 posts

202 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Still brings a smile now hehe

https://youtu.be/Ia6g9cOg1jQ

spikeyhead

11,322 posts

147 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Another part of my youth gone.

Bright Halo

908 posts

185 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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spikeyhead said:
Another part of my youth gone.
Exactly how I feel.

If you can find it on dvd somewhere Grand Slam is worth a watch.

andy_s

15,625 posts

209 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Jazzy Jag

2,073 posts

41 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Yet another part of my childhood gone.

A sign of my own mortality I guess cry

kowalski655

9,373 posts

93 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Boo the Pomeranian, that wierd looking cute dog that becaian internet sensation,and so probably more famous than most who have died so far. I know my daughter would have loved a mutt like him.

Also sad about Windsor Davies

davhill

4,133 posts

134 months

Saturday 19th January 2019
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Jazzy Jag said:
Yet another part of my childhood gone.

A sign of my own mortality I guess cry
Don't be such a clever dicky

James P

2,812 posts

187 months

Sunday 20th January 2019
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JulianPH said:
frown I met him (and Don Estelle) once when I was a kid and got pulled up on stage at a panto. Sad.
He lived locally and everyone on Facebook local groups has good memories of him to post and share.

Back in the day before he retired to live in France he was happy to chat over a pint or two in whichever pub you met him in and was great company. My last memory was meeting him and his wife in a local restaurant not too long ago, it was a quiet evening and we just chatted all evening. His hearing was poor by then so his wife did most of the talking but a great evening with a lovely man regardless. RIP Windsor.

cuprabob

8,415 posts

164 months

Tuesday 22nd January 2019
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Chef, Andrew Fairlie, aged 55