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Vintage Radios on Screen (continued)

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  • #61
    A bumper set in Edmund Breon's boudoir meaning She Shall Have Music in 1935:

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    Unfortunately, it's Jack Hylton and his Band they all choose to tune into.

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    • #62
      A set just gets into shot as J. H. Roberts tries to de-hypnotise Anne Crawford so that she can give a decent performance in The Dark Tower (1942):

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      • #63
        George Baker and Diana Dors in Tread Softly Stranger bookending the ubiquitous BUSH model already seen in Billy Farmer's post 54. And available today in a digital version, if faux-vintage is your thing.




        Though I was actually looking for a picture from Yield to the Night where Mary Hilton suffers as she waits for her man, with the radio playing relentlessly upbeat jazz as her world falls apart ... Even Michael Ripper can't snap her out of it! Can anybody post such an image?
        Last edited by Seaton; 10th June 2018, 04:09 PM. Reason: Something's gone wrong with my ability to upload photos. That's MY ability, not the page or my computer ...

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        • #64
          A screencap from the first episode of the 6 part children's Drama serial The Witches and the Grinnygog (1983), featuring a Radio.

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          • #65
            A screencap from the final episode (which was called Chariot of Fire) of the 7 part children's Drama series Sky (1975), featuring a Radio.

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            • #66
              A screencap from the Thriller episode The Eyes Have It (1973), featuring a Radio.


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              • #67
                Originally posted by Seaton View Post
                I was actually looking for a picture from Yield to the Night where Mary Hilton suffers as she waits for her man, with the radio playing relentlessly upbeat jazz as her world falls apart ... Even Michael Ripper can't snap her out of it! Can anybody post such an image?
                There you go, Seaton. There's no close-up of the radio, but here's Diana Dors twiddling the knobs:

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                • #68
                  Thanks Gerald! excellent work.

                  But as for
                  Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post

                  here's Diana Dors twiddling the knobs:

                  ... Well, I'm not going near that one. Anybody else want it?

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                  • #69
                    Crafty landlady Mrs. Marling (Rose Hill) has to console herself with a pint of Gordon's Gin when she hears that Eddie Mair is leaving the BBC:

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                    From The Bank Raiders (1958).

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                    • #70
                      Magda Miller is drawing the curtains as she listens to a catchy Stanley Black composition on her radio:

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                      In a minute she's going to be sorry she took off her stockings behind the curtains in Behind the Headlines (1956).

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                      • #71
                        Two from Touch of Death (1962):

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                        David Sumner always preferred to listen to Jimmy Young in the nude

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                        Lane Meddick phones in his request to "CHILDREN'S FAVOURITES".

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                        • #72
                          A screencap from the Wycliffe episode Old Habits (1996), featuring a Radio.

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                          • #73
                            A screencap from the fifth episode of the 6 part children's Drama series Running Scared (1986), featuring a Radio.



                            Also seen in the above screencap - Narinder Sidhu (Amarjit Dhillon).

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                            • #74
                              A screencap from the third episode of the 6 part children's fantasy Drama series Come Back Lucy (1978), featuring a Radio.



                              Also seen in the above screencap - Rachel (Oona Kirsch).

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                                Jack Palance tunes into "HOUSEWIVES' CHOICE" when he's The Man Inside Anita Ekberg's flat in 1958. You'd have thought he'd find better things to do there.

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