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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?

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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Name That Tune - (1953-59) (1974-1985). Hosts: Red Benson (1952–1954), Bill Cullen (1954–1955), George DeWitt (1955–1959), Dennis James (1974–1975 daytime), Tom Kennedy (1974–1981 nighttime, 1977 daytime) and Jim Lange (1984-85).

from Pop&Crisps - Memories of the Seventies

The Generation Game

Opening scene of Generation Game TV show....Theme tune was "life is the name of the game and i wanna play the game with you..." And "Nice to see you , to see you nice" catchprase

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The Adventure Game. The vortex would claim contestants if they stepped in the wrong place. Although officially the 80's children born in the 70s loved this. This was pre Crystal Maze, Pre-Fort Boyard etc.

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