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Pub Signs in Films and TV Shows

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  • Pub Signs in Films and TV Shows

    As a test, and continuing a thread started by cornershop on the old forum, a sign for thirsty illiterates from SWORD OF FREEDOM "The Duke":

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    Last edited by Gerald Lovell; 17th July 2017, 11:43 AM.

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    Garfield Morgan goes on a massive pub crawl to celebrate "The Immortal Memory" of Robert Burns in DR. FINLAY'S CASEBOOK:

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      Followed by . . .

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        And then by . . .

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          And then . . .

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            Unfortunately, the BBC decided to transmit this episode in June 1965 instead of January.

            Also unfortunately, I haven't found how to put on more than one picture per post.

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              A little thread drift already,hopefully WearyS will allow it
              I always thought this was a really atmospheric Pub picture - it shows a US Navy B24 taxying past the Kings Arms pub (sign removed) at Upottery Airfield/Smeatharpe,Devon during WW2.
              2 pics as a then and now - posted via photobucket.







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                On a dark and stormy night in 1956:

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                  A place of work for Lazybones (1935)?

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