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Vintage Radios on Screen (continued)

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  • #16
    A screencap from the film Carry On Girls (1973), featuring a Radio.



    Also seen in the above screencap - Mayor Frederick Bumble (Kenneth Connor) and Mildred Bumble (Patsy Rowlands).

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    • Andy2
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      That looks like a SELGA 402. I've got one in my collection! Top quality (ahem) Russian engineering from about 1970.

  • #17

    The nearest match I've found to the radio in the Pathfinders
    episode is a Philco Model 40-120 (1940), with the light on:




    A variation of this 1940s Philco Console, containing record player, in The Spider Woman?:

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    • #18
      The Garnett family set from IN SICKNESS & IN HEALTH:

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      • #19
        Poor Kathleen O'Regan has to take liquid consolation when she discovers "HOUSEWIVES' CHOICE" has been axed in Thursday's Child (1943):

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        • #20
          The set that provides the cover for an audacious bank robbery as it blares out Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture both Upstairs and Downstairs in 1959:

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          • #21
            Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
            Poor Kathleen O'Regan has to take liquid consolation when she discovers "HOUSEWIVES' CHOICE" has been axed in Thursday's Child (1943):

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            Lightening the image revealed the distinctive Philips logo. I'm satisfied it's their 730A (1931):




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            • #22
              A screencap from the film No Sex Please, We're British (1973), featuring a Radio, in the scene below, Penny Hunter (Susan Penhaligon), was preparing to take a bath.


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              • #23
                Here are some screencaps from the film Till Death Us Do Part (1969), featuring two Radios, in the first scene below, Neville Chamberlain, was announcing that Britain, was now at War, with Germany, in the second scene, Neville Chamberlain, was about to announce that he had resigned, as Prime Minister.




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                • #24
                  The second radio is an Emerson 25A (1933). Minus one knob in your picture:

                  Last edited by cornershop15; 18th January 2018, 10:48 AM.

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                  • #25
                    Here are some screencaps from the Inspector Morse episode The Sins of the Fathers (1990), featuring a Radio.



                    A Close-up of the Radio.

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                    • #26
                      A screencap from part 1 of the 3 part Taggart story Double Exposure (1992), featuring a Radio, in the scene below, DCI Jim Taggart (Mark McManus), was listening to a Football match (Celtic v Rangers).

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                      • #27
                        A screencap from the classic Bond film Goldfinger (1964), featuring a Radio.



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                        • #28
                          A screencap from the Journey to the Unknown episode Somewhere in a Crowd (1969), featuring a Radio.





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                          • #29
                            Some great identifications of the models on here, especially from cornershop. During love-making even though it's claimed there's No Love for Johnnie (1960):

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                            The Bush label is conveniently placed . . . as is the mirror . . .

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                            • #30
                              A couple of radios that blare away on Derby Day in 1952:

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                              Peter Graves can sleep through this one, green bars notwithstanding

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                              But Toni Edgar-Bruce gets het up when she hears what she hears on hers.

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