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Offline Pohjolas Daughter

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Re: Thirty three and a third.
« Reply #960 on: June 04, 2021, 04:25:52 AM »
I would love to get a few hours to rummage in that place  8)





Also, that is a terrific clip at the end with the dog  :laugh:
I agree; it would be a lot of fun to look through all of that 'stuff'--and to listen to some music on those vintage players.  And, yes.  I cracked up when I saw what the dog did to that horn!  ??? :laugh:

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Re: Thirty three and a third.
« Reply #961 on: June 04, 2021, 04:42:58 AM »
And the dog meant it too  >:D
It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and leave no doubt.

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Re: Thirty three and a third.
« Reply #962 on: June 04, 2021, 04:53:21 AM »
And the dog meant it too  >:D
Yes, you could tell right away by his barking and body language that he was having none of that noisy contraption!

I found some cool photos here on their website.  Wish, though, that their descriptions were a bit better--more thorough.  Out of curiosity, who were the visiting royals to Hayes?  I don't recognize them.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/100030765@N07/sets/72157635013975944/with/9470912821/

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p.s.  I loved the photos of the earliest studio...quite an eye-opener!

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Re: Thirty three and a third.
« Reply #963 on: June 04, 2021, 05:44:01 AM »
I suspect that you gents will appreciate this one.  It's called "Nipper Runs Amok".  Interesting reading the history behind it.  Would have loved to have been able to talk to the people who produced it as to their reasoning behind it and thoughts about the results.   :)

https://www.emiarchivetrust.org/secrets-of-the-emi-archive-1/

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Thanks for posting PD. Very funny, Nipper wasn't having it!

The famous dog features on the wall above my PC screen. No need for Eamon Andrews famous red book just a wall! ;D
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Re: Thirty three and a third.
« Reply #964 on: June 04, 2021, 06:09:27 AM »
Thanks for posting PD. Very funny, Nipper wasn't having it!

The famous dog features on the wall above my PC screen. No need for Eamon Andrews famous red book just a wall! ;D
Sweet!  I've been wanting to get one of those old Nipper statues for some time.   :)  I do have a magnet like this one (on my fridge)



By the way, if you've had a chance to look at any of those old EMI pictures (that I had also posted a link to earlier), any idea who the royals were that were visiting Hayes?  There are several photos of them there.

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Re: Thirty three and a third.
« Reply #965 on: June 04, 2021, 06:59:56 AM »
Yes, you could tell right away by his barking and body language that he was having none of that noisy contraption!

I found some cool photos here on their website.  Wish, though, that their descriptions were a bit better--more thorough.  Out of curiosity, who were the visiting royals to Hayes?  I don't recognize them.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/100030765@N07/sets/72157635013975944/with/9470912821/

PD

p.s.  I loved the photos of the earliest studio...quite an eye-opener!

Wonderful photos indeed PD  8)
I don't do "Royals" so I cannot help you there.
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Re: Thirty three and a third.
« Reply #966 on: June 04, 2021, 07:16:44 AM »
Wonderful photos indeed PD  8)
I don't do "Royals" so I cannot help you there.
That's o.k.  :)  I suspect that the photos are of Mary of Teck...and I'm not certain of whom else.

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