Loz (lozenger8) wrote,
Loz
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Live on through fond remembrances...

I shall confess to being a rabid old British Comedy fan. I've been looking up some of my old favourites and positively weeping that some amazing actors have now gone. This was all prompted by watching one of our DVDs of Dad's Army, which if you don't know was a program that ran from 1968 - 1977 (and has continued in reruns ever since) about the aging Home Guard during WW2 starring some very old yet much revered actors. These are the sorts of shows that no matter how many times you see them never fail to produce a laugh. They don't make them like they used to, and it's a shame. They'll live on through fond remembrances.
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