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Choose from 267 pictures in our Entertainment collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Hayley Mills - London Airport Featured Print

Hayley Mills - London Airport

Hayley Mills, the 20-year-old actress daughter of John Mills, pictured at London Airport, where she left for San Francisco, having recovered form the illness that prevented her going on Tuesday. On that day, she was taken ill aboard the Boeing 707 jetliner after it had taxied out to the runway. Her mother, playwright Mary Hayley Bell, was quoted as saying that Hayley was suffering from a severe attack of gastro-enteritis.

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Entertainment - Television - The Sweeney - London - 1978 Featured Print

Entertainment - Television - The Sweeney - London - 1978

184262-1 Comedians Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise in the Hammersmith grounds of Euston Films today, where they teamed up with tough crimebusters Carter and Regan of "The Sweeney" Fame. Inspector Regan, actor John Thaw (left) and Det Sgt Carter, actor Dennis Waterman appeared as gusts on a Morecambe and Wise Christmas show in 1976. They joked they would only appear if Eric and Ernie agreed to appear in their show, and now the quartet will play in The Sweeney: "Hearts and Minds" an episode of the next series on ITV.

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British Pop Music - The 1960s - The Alligator Jug-Thumpers - London - 1967 Featured Print

British Pop Music - The 1960s - The Alligator Jug-Thumpers - London - 1967

Trio who can turn out musical notes from the strangest of instruments, musical or non-musical. They are "The Alligator Jug-Thumbers" of Timsbury Bottom, Somerset. Left to right - Cliff Brown, 40 who is a film director blows into and finger-taps a jug. Quentin Williams, 35 a teacher, makes the most of a peculiar and unnamed instrument while Barry Back, 23 a sound recordist, keeps to the more mundane guitar.

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