CITV In 1984

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CITV In 1984

Post by Treguard » Wed Dec 04, 2002 5:05 pm

http://www.users.totalise.co.uk/~bognor ... mas1984.rm

See just how bad the hair styles were in those days :)
Does anybody recognise this man? Sounds a bit Noel Edmonds.

In fact you may already have heard of teh

www.tv-ark.co.uk

site


There's a few clips in the "Children's TV" section  on the menu on the left hand side
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Re: CITV In 1984

Post by Zell2002 » Thu Dec 05, 2002 12:48 pm

I know what you mean!!
I'm just clad the world's moved on from that period.
It's fortunate though that old classics such as Knightmare and bullseye are coming back to our screens on challenge.

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Re: CITV In 1984

Post by Purgatory » Thu Dec 05, 2002 8:30 pm

looking at fashion today its not much better, im alright i dont follow any trend or fashion so i dont have that problem, i meen i went to work once in a farmers hat its all i could find lol  :P
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Re: CITV In 1984

Post by rachelesque » Fri Dec 06, 2002 3:12 am

i was born in 1984...

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Re: CITV In 1984

Post by JamesA » Sat Dec 07, 2002 2:07 am

YAY! Mullets!!!!  ;D
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Re: CITV In 1984

Post by Debz_g » Sat Dec 07, 2002 12:53 pm

Indeedy, Mullets! Whoever came up with that haircut and decided it was stylish should have the goblins set on them!  >:( There is this really tasteful picture of me when I was about 7 with a serious mullet.
Next to the pudding bowl look, the mullet must be number 2 on the list of fashion disasters to punish your children with. Looking back at my hairstyles and some of the things I was made to wear when I was younger, I have come to the conclusion that my parents must have really hated me!  :P
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Post by GrimaldineGrimwold » Sat Dec 07, 2002 6:05 pm

Indeedy, Mullets! Whoever came up with that haircut and decided it was stylish should have the goblins set on them!
Agreed. Perhaps the goblins could also chase Pat Sharp all around his Fun House for his particularly gruesome example.
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Re: CITV In 1984

Post by Emii » Sat Dec 07, 2002 9:18 pm

I totally agree, since it ws Funhouse that took Knightmare's place! WHY?!
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Post by Debz_g » Sat Dec 07, 2002 10:07 pm

Agreed. Perhaps the goblins could also chase Pat Sharp all around his Fun House for his particularly gruesome example.
It's WACKY...It's FUN...It's CRAZY...It's OUTRAGEOUS!
Words in the song not refering to his Fun House, but his amazing choice in hairstyles. Lovely!! ;D

But in terms of the Mulleted one's show replacing Knightmare in the Friday Slot, if it wasn't Funhouse it would be something else. It didn't just suddenly appear outta nowhere, it had been running for a few years previous to KM's demise, from at least 1990 I think and so it didn't replace Knightmare as such.  
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Re: CITV In 1984

Post by GrimaldineGrimwold » Sun Dec 08, 2002 1:15 am

It's WACKY...It's FUN...It's CRAZY...It's OUTRAGEOUS!
Words in the song not refering to his Fun House, but his amazing choice in hairstyles. Lovely!! ;D
LOL. So true. I quite liked Fun House in its day. Along with Knightmare, the last shows I watched on CITV.
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Re: CITV In 1984

Post by JamesA » Sun Dec 08, 2002 1:41 am

I remember in 1995 seeing Fun House on the schedules instead of Knightmare. And, baffled as I was then, I was thinking? "What smarta**e has put this on here on a Friday afternoon instead of KM?"  :o
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