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4.99? I'm gettin it! Now who in my household can I claim it's a present for...?
for about Â£2.97 in music zone.
its one of my only retro-stuff-i-liked-as-a-kid purchases ... and i love it
or was that a funny coincidence? It's a shop selling very cheap CDs and DVDs, it's very soulless but you can get some good stuff there. I hate it because there are signs everywhere saying "CDs", "DVDs". WHY THE INVERTED COMMAS?! Liek, what, they're not actually CDs?!
It's great, I also got John Madden 92 for the Mega Drive for like Â£3.
I am stupidly happy.
CD's, DVD's :-)
its like play.com in shop form
you don't have them where you live or am i missing a joke :S
You're braver than I am.
is the best episode on the dvd. they should do another one, id buy it
you almost claim it fact.
You can'tthough, because it isn't. See?
nother great thread gets a new lease of life
yes he did
And did you know that Duckula first appeared as a baddie in Dangermouse?
that was great - Jason just nicked Bluebottle's voice from The Goon Show
I liked Victor and Hugo. Can't remember much about it though. Weren't they rubbish burglars?
Occasionally had a tiein with Duckula
I always preffered Dangermouse.
Dangermouse is more betterer. I've got a video of Duckula, and it makes no sense whatsoever. Nanny was good though.
I always wondered when her arm was going to get better.
I often spent my playtimes alone.
if they made a live action film of Duckula my boss would almost be perfect for Nanny. She'd have to work on the voice though.
our cookery teacher was exactly like Nanny. Everyone would shout "Ducky-boos!" at her.
Music to my ears..
my old cookery class then.
i liked "No Sax Please, We're Egyptian" and "Restoration Comedy" the best.
well if you look - the bit I was responding to was "Who remembers Victor & Hugo?"
I was saying Jason nicked Bluebottle's voice for his "Hugo" voice. But added a French twang.
Not your fault.
Fuck the Duchess of Malfi!
but the camp interior designer is hilarious!
in terms of episodes of Count Duckula I'm not familiar.
But being several thousand pounds in debt after studying the shite for my degree means that if I ever find myself in the 18th Century John Webster will find himself with a copy of 'Porcupine' shoved up his White Devil's arse.
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All I remember is: bloke wants to shag his sister; thinks he is a wolf.