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    Quote Originally Posted by TRH View Post
    You forgot Petra and Shep
    and Jason the cat, I thought he was so exotic. I had never seen a Siamese cat before.

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    Aren't we all for getting one film role he had.

    FLASH GORDON,One of chugs fav films, all because Queen do the music and he loves Queen

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    True. But I also seem to remember him in an episode of Space 1999.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Chug View Post
    Aren't we all for getting one film role he had.

    FLASH GORDON,One of chugs fav films, all because Queen do the music and he loves Queen
    Gordons Alive !!!!!!

    The two best words ever in a film....Brian Blessed the best
    all in all it is just another brick in the wall

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    Gordons Alive !!!!!!

    The two best words ever in a film....Brian Blessed the best
    I can top that I have heared them words live from Brian when he was in panto a few years back.
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    Well sort of getting back to the pity angle. Remember when he went on a yomp with the Marines across some moor and they wouldn't let him have a rifle over his shoulder and subsituted it weight with a mahoosive shepherds crook. Hmmm, that's like for like!

    Can't recall if it was Blue Peter or Duncan dares.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin Lill View Post
    Can't recall if it was Blue Peter or Duncan dares.
    I would have thought it would have been on Duncan Dares as they have only recently (well the last time that I watched it) started with army training.

    The first time I saw it was with Matt as he was already fairly fit from what he had done previously with his life.

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    I don't know thats right. Was Peter was the first to do the Marine Training?. He was the first to do the London Marathon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curtisuk View Post
    I can top that I have heared them words live from Brian when he was in panto a few years back.
    Fantastic in Panto I saw him at De Monfort in Leicester.

    BTW Try getting the silver anniversary DVD with commentary by Brian Blesssed and best line was

    You can't live for ever DIIIIIIVVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!

    As for pity poor Peter

    He seems a "Game Old Chap" as it were and that is the publicity I think we need. Also the fact that he says he approached rather than look and hide away from it shows his devotion to the movement and makes me feel he appreciates the small people (like me) and has a purpose for the Young People. [Grovel over]
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