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Re: An A to Z of Steptoe and Son

Postby Dirty Old Yank » Fri Feb 22, 2013 10:58 am

W is for
Walnut crushers (first film)
Warped (The Wooden Overcoats)
William Shakespeare (Sixty-Five Today)
Wagner (A Musical Evening)
Woolens
Water bed (And So To Bed)
White wedding (And Afterwards At...)
What the butler saw machine (porn Yesterday)
Wall papered water closet (Tea For Two) :)
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Re: An A to Z of Steptoe and Son

Postby Dirty Old Yank » Thu Aug 01, 2013 2:51 pm

P is for...
Poker (Full House)
Pox (The Party)
Plumbing (The Bath, Those Magnificent Men and Their Heating Machines)
Porcelain (Robbery With Violence, Oh What A Beautiful Mourning)
Porridge (The Desperate Hours)
Pastry (Pot Black, Seance in a Wet Rag and Bone Yard)
Pimlico (Wilf's home)
Politics (My Old Man's a Tory, Tea For Two)
Postman (Come Dancing)
Pictures (Sunday For Seven Days, Seven Steptoerai) :)
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Re: An A to Z of Steptoe and Son

Postby steptoe and son scrap » Fri Sep 06, 2013 1:10 pm

H
Harold
Herclues
Homes Fit For Heroes
Harry H Corbett( plays harold of course)
Holiday
Horse
House
Albert Steptoe: 'Ere, that's a What the Butler Saw machine!


Harold Steptoe: Ah, you recognize it! Takes you back to your lecherous youth, does it?

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Re: An A to Z of Steptoe and Son

Postby Uncle Nobby » Thu Jun 04, 2015 6:43 pm

F is for Frankie Barrow,
the Godfather of Shepherds Bush.
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Re: An A to Z of Steptoe and Son

Postby Uncle Nobby » Sun Dec 13, 2015 2:58 am

Good Moaning!

This one took a while and only a couple of repeat episodes.

A is for Annie McFadden - The Party.
B is for Batteries - The Bird.
C is for Conservative - Tea for two.
D is for Drag - Live now P.A.Y.E later.
E is for Entente Cordiale - Pilgrims Progress.
F is for Frankie Barrow - Seven Steptoerai.
G is for Gloves - Sixty-Five today.
H is for Hot Socks - Sunday for Seven Days.
I is for In Debt - Siege of Steptoe Street.
J is for Jilted - And afterwards at...
K is for Knickers - Men of Letters.
L is for Labour - My Old Man's a Tory.
M is for Mother - Seance in a wet Rag and Bone yard.
N is for Neighbours - Without Prejudice.
O is for Oil Painting - Any Old Iron?
P is for Polish Sausage - The Party.
Q is for HMQueen - Steptoe & Son Ride Again.
R is for Rag and Bone? - The Offer.
S is for Sleeping Carriage - A Perfect Christmas.
T is for Television - The Diploma.
U is for Uncle Nobby - Oh What A Beautiful Mourning.
V is for Vicar - porn Yesterday.
W is for Wormwood Scrubs - The Desperate Hours.
X is for X-Ray - T.B. or Not T.B.
Y is for Yootha Joyce - Steptoe & Son Ride Again.
Z is for Zita - Steptoe & Son.

The Vicar's entry episode was written correctly but the site won't let the post say the first word with a capital letter.
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Re: An A to Z of Steptoe and Son

Postby iMatt » Thu Jun 02, 2016 12:11 pm

c is for Conkers - slang for money
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