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Dusty bin from the game show 3-2-1 but could you do the famous 3 2 1 he did with his hands, I never guessed the clues either but still enjoyed the show

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Blockbusters. Fond memories of that time. This would be on telly when I got home from my Art Foundation Course where I had a whale of a time.

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Fun House with Pat Sharp "FunHouse whole lotta fun, prizes to be won, it's a real crazy show Where anything can go. .."

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from Do You Remember?

The Generation Game

The Generation Game Television | DoYouRemember.co.uk

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Name that Tune (UK)

It was a concept I never really understood – guess what the song is by hearing one note of it. That’s one note. ONE. Any song in the world from just one note. One note that could be from any song ever, played on its own. And they got a whole game show out of this? - See more at: http://www.doyouremember.co.uk/memory.php?memID=9759

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Many girls could juggle 2 or 3 balls at a time against a wall. Their complex games involved high speed bouncing moves and when that became too tame they would toss the ball between their legs or twirl around before catching the ball. All of this was accompanied by singing of various rhymes.

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Metal Mickey

Metal Mickey. - Unbeknownst to many of his fans, Metal Mickey was actually already a minor showbiz personality before his eponymously titled series was first broadcast. In 1978 he released a novelty record, ‘Lollipop’, on the EMI label and on the back of this started making appearances on some of the most popular television shows of the time: TISWAS, The Generation Game, Jim’ll Fix It and Game for a Laugh to name a few.

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from Mail Online

When playtime wasn't ruled by 'elf and safety: Photos show how children had fun before the industry took over

The swing's the thing: Fifteen children enjoy a ride in London's Bloomsbury. These delightful images were all captured in the days before the health and safety industry took root, in an age when childhood disease or war represented more pressing threats to a child’s prospects than a game of conkers.

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