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Re: I`m looking for Duran Duran!

SFMuk Admin » Mar 18 '14
New theme week and going for classic sci-fi or space chicks, take your pick!


Post any pictures to this thread.

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Re: I`m looking for Duran Duran!

Mark » Mar 18 '14
Cool! Will have to see what I have (not much I think)
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Re: I`m looking for Duran Duran!

Alan "Budgie" Murray » Mar 18 '14

yep, could be a tricky one this.. time to dig out the old pics..


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Re: I`m looking for Duran Duran!

Ellenbethsdad » Mar 18 '14
Space chicks? ....that`ll be a big zero from me then....
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Re: I`m looking for Duran Duran!

SFMuk Admin » Mar 19 '14
Just to clarify, let`s say that classic sci-fi means anything from the 50`s or 60`s.


And space chicks could be anything female with a sci-fi theme.


But if no one responds by the start of next week I`ll swap it to something else.  Just could resist the Jane Fonda image....

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Re: I`m looking for Duran Duran!

Gareth James » Mar 19 '14
Looked everywhere for my `The Invaders` UFO (Roy Thinnes) but no joy. Does `The Prisoner` (Patrick Mcgoohan) qualify?

Did a bit of a double take on the theme week title- luckily SFM:UK remains a Simon le Bon free zone, Phew!

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Re: I`m looking for Duran Duran!

SFMuk Admin » Mar 19 '14
Had to check but The Prisoner was 1967, so guess so. Barbarella was 1968, which was later than I thought to be honest.
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Re: I`m looking for Duran Duran!

SFMuk Admin » Mar 24 '14
So that was a bit of a flop.  So let`s move on and pretend it never happened!
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Re: I`m looking for Duran Duran!

Gareth James » Apr 22 '14
A quick Mini moke conversion from last year (a late entry to the theme week I know) to `the prisoner` taxi used around the village. The battered moke I picked up for £3 from a charity shop, stripped the paint and redid it appears on the series.

Be seeing you....

  

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