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  • Letting the villains know the result of a betting shop shooting in SOFTLY SOFTLY TASK FORCE after one of them considers himself to be a "Marksman":

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      Bachelor of Hearts (1958), Hardy Kruger, is trying to study despite the presence of Ronald Lewis: hope the radio is not blaring!

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      • I was watching an episode of The Mind Of J.G.Reeder called The Shadow Man and was struck by how unusual the Wireless (as she called it) was with the sound device coming out of the top. It looked more like a Gramophone than a radio I was half expecting the HMV dog to be sitting beside the table. I wonder was this a real model as I'm sure it would be very collectable for arts sake.
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        • Patricia Roc relies on pigeon post instead of transmitting by radio When the bough breaks in 1947:

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          • "The Time Has Come" is crooned by Eden Charity during What a Whopper (1961):

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            Adam Faith refers to him as a "big nit", but of course it's Adam doing the singing himself.

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