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Norman Vaughan

  • Apr 10, 1923 - May 17, 2002 (age 79)
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2002
Norman Vaughan
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Norman Vaughan

Norman Vaughan passed away.
1994
Paul Merton's Palladium Story
TV ShowSep 18, 1994

Paul Merton's Palladium Story

Paul Merton's Palladium …
Paul Merton's Palladium Story is a two-part British television series first broadcast on BBC1 on 18 and 25 September 1994. It is presented by Paul Merton who celebrates the history of the London Palladium, in each episode celebrity guests contribute to talking about the history of the venue. On 10 March 2011, just under 17 years after their original broadcast, both episodes were repeated on BBC Four back-to-back.
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1981
Bullseye
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TV ShowSep 28, 1981

Bullseye

Bullseye is a British darts-themed television game show …
Bullseye is a British darts-themed television game show created by Andrew Wood and Norman Vaughan. The show features three pairs of contestants, each consisting of an amateur darts player and a quizzer, competing in darts games and quizzes to win cash and prizes.
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The End of the End of the Pier Show
MovieMay 4, 1981

The End of the End of the Pier Show

The End of the End of the Pier Show released.
1979
Blankety Blank
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TV ShowJan 18, 1979

Blankety Blank

Blankety Blank is a British comedy game show which ran from …
Blankety Blank is a British comedy game show which ran from 18 January 1979 to 12 March 1990 on BBC One, hosted first by Terry Wogan from 1979 until 1983, then by Les Dawson from 1984 until 1990. Regular members of the celebrity panel included Kenny Everett, Lorraine Chase, Gareth Hunt, Gary Davies, Paul Daniels and Cheryl Baker.
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Give Us a Clue
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TV ShowJan 2, 1979

Give Us a Clue

Give Us a Clue is a British televised game show version of …
Give Us a Clue is a British televised game show version of charades which was broadcast on ITV from 1979 to 1992. The original host was Michael Aspel from 1979 to 1984, followed by Michael Parkinson from 1984 to 1992. The show featured two teams, one captained by Lionel Blair and the other by Una Stubbs. Later versions of the programme had Liza Goddard as captain of the women's team.
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1977
Come Play with Me
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MovieApr 28, 1977

Come Play with Me

A health-resort where both the clients and the employees …
A health-resort where both the clients and the employees easily take their clothes off and have a little fun is the setting of this sex-comedy.
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1971
Aladdin
TV ShowDec 25, 1971

Aladdin

Aladdin released.
Bachelor of Arts
MovieSep 27, 1971

Bachelor of Arts

An artist from the Continent arrives in England and runs into a …
An artist from the Continent arrives in England and runs into a variety of somewhat quirky locals, from a flirtatious policewoman to a sexy barmaid, and winds up in a nudist camp.
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1970
Here Come the Double Deckers
TV ShowSep 12, 1970

Here Come the Double Deckers

Here Come the Double …
Here Come the Double Deckers is a 17-part British children's TV series broadcast from 1970 to 1971, revolving around the adventures of seven children whose den was an old red double-decker London bus in an unused junk yard.
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Lola
MovieJan 6, 1970

Lola

A 38 year old American novelist discovers the difficulties of …
A 38 year old American novelist discovers the difficulties of being married to a British 16 year old schoolgirl.
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1967
The Golden Shot
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TV ShowJul 1, 1967

The Golden Shot

The Golden Shot was a British television game show …
The Golden Shot was a British television game show produced by ATV for ITV between 1 July 1967 and 13 April 1975, based on the German TV show Der goldene Schuß. It is most commonly associated with host Bob Monkhouse, although three other presenters also hosted the show during its lifetime. Hostess Anne Aston was on hand to read out the scores achieved by the contestants, and each month a "Maid of the Month", usually a glamour model of the era, would demonstrate the prizes and announce the contestants. When Bob Monkhouse returned to present the show in 1974, he was joined by co-hostess (to Anne Aston) Wei Wei Wong, recently seen in The Man with the Golden Gun and an ex-member of the Young Generation and Second Generation dance troupes. This was one of the earliest regular appearances by an East Asian woman on British TV.
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1966
Doctor in Clover
MovieMar 4, 1966

Doctor in Clover

"Doctor in Clover", a.k.a. "Carnaby, M.D." is another "Doctor" …
"Doctor in Clover", a.k.a. "Carnaby, M.D." is another "Doctor" movie, but this time, Dr. Gaston Grimsdyke (Leslie Phillips) is the main doctor in the story, looking for love and romance from the hospital nurses, much to the annoyance of main Administrator Sir Lancelot Spratt (James Robertson Justice), who wants his doctors to be one hundred percent focussed on the job. Numerous antics follow, with Dr. Grimsdyke getting Spratt fixed up with the new prim-and-proper Matron Sweet (Joan Sims), and his attempted failures to lure the hospital's beauty, the physiotherapist.
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1965
Mother Goose
MovieDec 25, 1965

Mother Goose

Mother Goose released.
You Must Be Joking!
MovieAug 3, 1965

You Must Be Joking!

A motley group of soldiers are set loose in swinging London in …
A motley group of soldiers are set loose in swinging London in an initiative test to collect a selection of esoteric items.
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1958
The Black and White Minstrel Show
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TV ShowJun 14, 1958

The Black and White Minstrel Show

The Black and White Minstrel …
The Black and White Minstrel Show was a British light entertainment show that ran for twenty years on BBC prime-time television. Beginning in 1958, it was a weekly variety show which presented traditional American minstrel and country songs, as well as show tunes and music hall numbers, lavishly costumed. It was also a popular stage show, running for ten years from 1962 to 1972 at the Victoria Palace Theatre, London. This was followed by tours of Australia and New Zealand.
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1923
Norman Vaughan
BirthApril 1923

Norman Vaughan

Norman Vaughan was born.
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