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Old 05-11-2017, 09:24 AM
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Default RIP Geoffrey Bayldon

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...n-dies-93.html

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A good innings, and a goodly part of my childhood. RIP Catweazle/Crowman.
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Ah ... long ago youth, where did you go? R.I.P. Mr Bayldon
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Ah ... long ago youth, where did you go? R.I.P. Mr Bayldon
Seems to go so fast.

Not much else does now, well health and may bey maybe.
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I watched the first series of Catweazel a few years ago on DVD and I have to say, being set mostly on a farm it hasn't aged at all. Still very funny even though I am a leetle bit more grown up than the first time round. At least with a DVD I didn't have to wait for a load of boring sports and Dickie Davis to finish blathering before I could watch it.
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WOW 93.. good run there..... I remember him from the Marc Bolan film Born To Boogie.....loved that on the DVD commentary the said how Marc and Ringo thought up the scene just so they could hire Catweazle....

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At least with a DVD I didn't have to wait for a load of boring sports and Dickie Davis to finish blathering before I could watch it.
You and me both! I hated World of Sport!
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I feel sure that Catweazle (at least the first series) was shown on Sundays.
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I feel sure that Catweazle (at least the first series) was shown on Sundays.
I shouldn't be surprised, Rob. World of Sport seemed to drag on forever.
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I didn't know another one had gone.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moray_Watson
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