If you have more, even of lesser beauties, please post them. Here's a more tricky one - a Montreux silver rose comedy programme from Europe in the mid 70's, in which Peter Gilmore from the Onedin line is joined in the bath (he leaves! It actually won the Bronze award rather than Silver.
Peter was born in Germany but moved to UK as a young child so Im guessing his German dialogue was minimal.
But I did manage to see them, in my acdsee program manager, albeit on a small screen only.
They do look good and bring back happy memories of watching the original program years ago.
'I think I’ll just have the one scene, and a little song and dance in it.' Speaking about his new role in the flick, he joked that it would be an easier role to take on, saying: 'This time there's no four hours in the makeup chair, I grew into the part! 'While she is not yet attached, fans would be gutted if the original Ms Poppins, Julie Andrews, did not also float by for a cameo at the very least.
Followed by her three young co-stars and a stole clad extra, Emily approached the door with Poppins' renowned confidence, while hundreds of extras lined the pavement. That took the edge off it, for sure.'Andrews' 1964 outing was her first feature film, which landed her an Academy Award for Best Actress, and revealed welcomes the return of the nanny.
A number of classic vehicles filled the streets while police and film security directed the traffic from the busy set. She revealed to ABC's Popcorn With Peter Travers: 'I have no issue with it.
The exciting photos come just days following Emily's first reveal as the wonder-filled nanny. It's not a re-creation of the original film, it's a brand new one.
When the clip starts it blows up and the screen becomes all black and I have to reboot.
I have no further details on the naked lovelies who joined him in the tub. I reckon that was the German-language Austrian TV (ORF) entry for 1975 entitled Mad in Austria.
It actually won the Bronze award rather than Silver.
Set for release at Christmas 2018, the 54-year age gap is one of the longest between sequels in film history.
In Depression-era London, a now-grown Jane and Michael Banks, along with Michael's three children, are visited by the enigmatic Mary Poppins following a personal loss.