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Postby bob » Wed Feb 18, 2009 12:16 pm

Loath Story - good call.

I love the attempted Murder sceen. All of it is hilarious Harold's sleep walking and Albert sceaming without his teeth in.
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Postby count orlok » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:42 pm

For me it has to be, " And take that bleeding hat off." from Divided We Stand followed by HHC's brilliant shot with the book and actually knocked it off before corpsing and wiggling his fingers around trying to cover it up.

Priceless.....
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Postby Karl » Wed Jan 13, 2010 7:49 pm

I love the scene in "porn yesterday" when Harold realises its his dad in the film. :lol:
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Postby Archie » Thu Jan 14, 2010 4:13 pm

The scene in Upstairs Downstairs where Harold pretends that Albert is dying and launches into his - "Don't think of the future father, think of the past, the smell of new mown hay " etc :D
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Postby callous_little_bleeder » Fri Mar 12, 2010 2:14 am

Actually I was watching The Offer yesterday and had forgotten how funny that pilot was. Brings tears to your eyes. "Great big walnut crushers" from the movie makes me laugh too; in fact that whole scene with the stripper, Zita, is pure hilarity.

Talking of Zita, I was absolutely stunned to learn that Carolyn Seymour is now a videogame voice actress. I had no idea she plays Doctor Chakwas in the Mass Effect series, and did various different VO's for the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic series.
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Postby steve sheffield » Fri Jul 02, 2010 7:15 pm

callous_little_bleeder wrote:Actually I was watching The Offer yesterday and had forgotten how funny that pilot was. Brings tears to your eyes. "Great big walnut crushers" from the movie makes me laugh too; in fact that whole scene with the stripper, Zita, is pure hilarity.

Talking of Zita, I was absolutely stunned to learn that Carolyn Seymour is now a videogame voice actress. I had no idea she plays Doctor Chakwas in the Mass Effect series, and did various different VO's for the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic series.

If you search for carolyn on the net you'll be amazed at what she's done and been in!
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Postby Karl » Sat Jul 03, 2010 8:41 am

Another classic scene in "Loathe story" is when Albert Shows mrs. Kennington-Stroud to her chair....."over there,that's a chair...the cucumber sandwiches are a bit large too...... :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby NSteptoe » Sat Jul 03, 2010 2:34 pm

It's hard to pick even though I've only watched season one and a few more episodes. Every episode has something special and Steptoe And Son has never failed to make me laugh. Anyway, I just watched The Diploma.

"It ain't the frames you bother about.
It's the bits of glass you look through!"


I love it when Albert is gonna read the book and takes up a whole box of glasses and then he tells the story about when his father picked up one pair in 1923 and you can see Harold miming every word he says.

And when Albert walks right into the wall and throws his glasses away after always cracks me up like mad.

I also love the beginning when Harold tells Albert to feel his coat and asks him why it's wet when he got accused of sitting in a cafe with his mates instead of working.

I could probably ramble up the whole plot. Every second of Steptoe is great! :D
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Postby ianb » Fri Jul 09, 2010 10:26 am

The funny thing is despite all the brilliant dialogue in Steptoe & Son the bits I remember fondly are the visual comedy in Divided We Stand (Alberts hat moving along the top of the partition) and Pot Black (Harold taking a shot through the window) Very simple but clever!
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Postby AMWEST » Mon Jul 12, 2010 12:52 pm

Its very hard to pick a favourite, so many brilliant moments.
The first to spring to mind is when Albert lifts his hat after a funeral to reveal the "missing" piece of china.
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Postby bob » Tue Jul 13, 2010 10:31 am

Welcome Amwest

I love everything about that episode, especially as it was one of the rare occassions when other members of the Steptoe family are on view.
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Postby Karl » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:46 am

ianb wrote:The funny thing is despite all the brilliant dialogue in Steptoe & Son the bits I remember fondly are the visual comedy in Divided We Stand (Alberts hat moving along the top of the partition) and Pot Black (Harold taking a shot through the window) Very simple but clever!


look closely at the telly in "Divided we stand"- its just a shell,nothing inside whatsover!! The argument over the salt and pepper pots is brilliant too :lol: :lol:
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Postby PhilGlass » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:04 pm

Karl wrote:
ianb wrote:The funny thing is despite all the brilliant dialogue in Steptoe & Son the bits I remember fondly are the visual comedy in Divided We Stand (Alberts hat moving along the top of the partition) and Pot Black (Harold taking a shot through the window) Very simple but clever!


look closely at the telly in "Divided we stand"- its just a shell,nothing inside whatsover!! The argument over the salt and pepper pots is brilliant too :lol: :lol:


Also look at the height of Albert even with his hat on. He was too small for that to have happened, therefore Wilfrid must have been standing on a platform (or whoever was holding a pole with a hat on it!!).
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Re: Most memorable scene's from tv or film.

Postby CurriedGoolies » Mon Apr 30, 2012 5:20 pm

"Oh Gawd, me gums 'ave shrunk!" :twisted:
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Re: Most memorable scene's from tv or film.

Postby stephen68 » Tue May 01, 2012 2:16 am

And ive still got more bleedin hair than you have from Is That Your Horse Outside cracks me up everytime
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