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Dame_Ann_Average posted:
Roxan posted:

The star of this early 70's show was a successful pop star and teen idol. 

 

 

Partridge Family, David Cassidy...although I have no idea why I am guessing this because I don't have a bloody scooby 

Good guess but no, this was a British show. 

Roxan posted:

๐ŸŽผ I'm so used to lying and pretending,

I'm nobody's fool and I'm nobody's friend... ๐ŸŽน

It's the theme (well; one of theme anyway) from "Budgie", which stared Adam Faith.

 

"Nobody's Fool" was officially performed by Cold Turkey, but I think most people accept it was effectively a Kinks song as it was written by Ray Davies, and the singer sounds suspiciously like his brother Dave... 

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Yogi19 posted:
Roxan posted:

Spoken

"... And then suddenly, in the midst of routine experiments, a strange and unpredicted event took place..."

Not got a clue, Rox 

Clue: Steel ducky

Mid 70's show inspired by H G Wells novel. 

Ok it was the invisible man but the quote for the theme was from the 1950's show I made a mistake with the first clue, referring to David McCallum.

Roxan posted:
Roxan posted:
Roxan posted:
Yogi19 posted:
Roxan posted:

Spoken

"... And then suddenly, in the midst of routine experiments, a strange and unpredicted event took place..."

Not got a clue, Rox 

Clue: Steel ducky

Mid 70's show inspired by H G Wells novel. 

Ok it was the invisible man but the quote for the theme was from the 1950's show I made a mistake with the first clue, referring to David McCallum.

and my reference to not being the Brady Bunch was because in the 50s version he was called Brady. (In the 70s version Westin and in the novel Griffin).

El Loro posted:
Roxan posted:
Roxan posted:
Roxan posted:
Yogi19 posted:
Roxan posted:

Spoken

"... And then suddenly, in the midst of routine experiments, a strange and unpredicted event took place..."

Not got a clue, Rox 

Clue: Steel ducky

Mid 70's show inspired by H G Wells novel. 

Ok it was the invisible man but the quote for the theme was from the 1950's show I made a mistake with the first clue, referring to David McCallum.

and my reference to not being the Brady Bunch was because in the 50s version he was called Brady. (In the 70s version Westin and in the novel Griffin).

Nice! Sorry for my confusing clues got the two versions mixed up! 

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