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Laughing Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 262 pictures in our Laughing 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.


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The Beatles at the EMI Studios

The Beatles (L-R) Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison rehearse for their appearance in the internaional television programme 'Our World' at the EMI Studios, St. John's Wood, London. * The group have written a song especially for the programme called 'Love is all you need'. The programme will be seen live in 24 countries all over the world with a potential audience of 400 million people. ghgal CELEBRITY

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Soccer - Football League Division One - Arsenal Photocall - Highbury

Arsenal team group: (back row, l-r) Alex Forbes, Joe Wade, Les Smith, George Male, Denis Compton, Joe Mercer; (middle row, l-r) Jack Crayston, Reg Lewis, Alf Fields, George Swindin, Les Compton, Ian McPherson, trainer Billy Milne; (front row, l-r) Laurie Scott, Archie MacAulay, manager Tom Whittaker, Ronnie Rooke, Wally Barnes; (on floor, l-r) Bryn Jones, Don Roper, Jimmy Logie

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Eammon Andrews, This Is Your Life book

TV's "This Is Your Life" compere Eammon Andrews with the famous red book. * 15/05/03 According to reports in The Sun Thursday May 15, 2003, BBC bosses feel that the format of the show in which the presenter surprises a star by paying homage to their history with the help of friends and family is in need of a refresh. The show, now hosted by Micahel Aspel, was first screened in 1955. 21/10/03: It has been announced the TV show This Is Your Life has been axed after almost 50 years.The first episode of the show was broadcast in 1955 and was presented by Eamonn Andrews, but the classic programme is now hosted by Michael Aspel.In its heyday the show regularly pulled in 20 million viewers. But the last edition of the programme in August this year, featuring former choirboy Aled Jones, was watched by just 3.5 million.

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