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 Subject:  Re: Even more of Tim's favourite things!
26/04/2007 00:52 GMT

A goodies movie! now that would have been somethin!


TIM:"Once a Knight, always a knight,Twice a night and you're doing all right!"
 
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 Subject:  Re: Even more of Tim's favourite things!
08/04/2007 01:24 GMT

Looks like Tim and I share similar musical tastes. I love 'favourite things' bits. Thanks for posting it!


I myself brought him in last week - drunk and disorderly. But when I sobered up, he'd gone. Sorry. (P.C. BENT)
 
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 Subject:  Even more of Tim's favourite things!
07/04/2007 17:04 GMT

Another 'favourite things' article from Tim for you to enjoy.

The Scotsman, April 7, 2007

These are a few of my favourite things: Tim Brooke- Taylor

MUSIC SONGS FOR SWINGIN' LOVERS, BY FRANK SINATRA

When I was a teenager this album was very much the music you danced to, and then almost overnight it disappeared and the Beatles took over. I adored the Beatles but then went back to Songs for Swingin' Lovers and it was better than I remembered. They're cracking songs sung by a brilliant man.

TV SERGEANT BILKO

There's so much comedy that I absolutely love. My favourite of all time is Buster Keaton - quite a lot of his influence is in the Goodies - but I'd love to see Bilko again. It was very primitively shot, but when you see them again you realise how well written they were, how tight and sharp the scripts were.

AUTHORS PG WODEHOUSE AND RAYMOND CHANDLER

The books I take on holiday are ones which are just good fun, like PG Wodehouse. The stories are ridiculous but I love the playfulness in the writing. Then I started taking Raymond Chandler books, and discovered that both writers had been to Dulwich, the same school in England. You'd think a Los Angeles detective and Bertie Wooster couldn't be further apart, but there are similarities. All of their stories merge into each other, but the phrasing is fantastic.

FILM RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK

I saw this at the Empire in Leicester Square with my sons when they were about nine and ten years old, and we were all absolutely spellbound. And I thought, that's really quite clever, if you can do that to all three of us, all different ages. The really sad thing is that I got hooked on the video game too. I hope they do make the new one; I'd like a part, please! Even a non-speaking one would be fine. Oddly, Steven Spielberg did actually ring the Goodies up once, years ago. He'd been watching us on TV late at night and was interested in making a Goodies film. We never heard any more about it though...

 

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