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The Flashing Blade - Volume 2 - £2.99 @ NetworkDVD

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With more buckling than you can shake a swash at The Flashing Blade takes pride of place as many a middle-aged British male's all time favourite adventure series of the '60s. Now you too can re-live t… Read More
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8y, 4w agoFound 8 years, 4 weeks ago
With more buckling than you can shake a swash at The Flashing Blade takes pride of place as many a middle-aged British male's all time favourite adventure series of the '60s. Now you too can re-live the adventures of The Flashing Blade on your own DVD player. Huzzah!

Catalogue Number: SALE005
Number of Discs: 1
Sound: Mono / English
Region: 0 / PAL
Classification: PG
Picture: 1.33:1 / Colour
Subtitles: None
Time: 135 mins approc
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#2
Was this the really badly dubbed Spanish programme about the Peninsular Wars?
#3
this was so funny but this was about in the 80's wasnt it
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janz70
this was so funny but this was about in the 80's wasnt it

more like the seventies. Was on during the school holidays along with the singing ringing tree, belle and sebastian, robinsoe crusoe and the white horse thing....
#5
Used to love this when I was a kid. And now, thanks to this thread, I've got the theme tune running around in my head.
#6
I had to buy it. I was looking for it at Christmas, but £25 for the complete series was a bit to much to reminisce my childhood when I could get Fawlty Towers for a tenner. But at this price I cannot resist. I can show the Mrs what the 70's comedy was like on a Saturday morning. I hope it lives up to my memories.
Much heat added. Damn good find.:thumbsup:
#7
It was def on in the 70s on saturday mornings - great theme tune.

Then it was shown some years later but was dubbed over to make it seem funny
#8
gari189
and the white horse thing....


You mean White Horses :thumbsup:

Flashing blade was def on in the late 70's, school holidays & Saturday mornings. Great price, but you need Series 1 to come down in price too - and do I really need another nostalgic DVD to add to the pile I've not got round to cracking the seal, on never mind watching? Of course I do :thumbsup:
#9
They showed this on Saturday mornings in the late 80s / early 90s too. I remember because Trev and Simon did the dubbing...:w00t:
#10
gari189
more like the seventies. Was on during the school holidays along with the singing ringing tree, belle and sebastian, robinsoe crusoe and the white horse thing....

Lol, you're as old as me!

#You've got to fight for what you want and all that you believe!
#11
Not sure i can watch the original dubbing after hearing the 80s Saturday morning comedy dub. If i remember right it wasn't Trev and Simon doing the voiceovers, it was a Scottish woman (with curly hair and big glasses), and Andrew O'Connor.

Flash's sidekick dubbed in a Griff Rhys Jones voice - classic.

"Giddyup horsey!", "Ooh, they've wallpapered over your door", and the galloping through the countryside to the music of The Horse of the Year Show.

I'll get my coat.......
#12
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_Vh8JJR1OQ&feature=related

And here's a clip from the kids show in question, On The Waterfront.
#13
wisheewashee2008
Not sure i can watch the original dubbing after hearing the 80s Saturday morning comedy dub. If i remember right it wasn't Trev and Simon doing the voiceovers, it was a Scottish woman (with curly hair and big glasses), and Andrew O'Connor.

Flash's sidekick dubbed in a Griff Rhys Jones voice - classic.

"Giddyup horsey!", "Ooh, they've wallpapered over your door", and the galloping through the countryside to the music of The Horse of the Year Show.

I'll get my coat.......


Kate Copstick, fact fans.

The most bizarre things about the re-dubs is that they were one of the first bits of television writing by Russell T Davies.
#14
wisheewashee2008
If i remember right it wasn't Trev and Simon doing the voiceovers, it was a Scottish woman (with curly hair and big glasses), and Andrew O'Connor.


Thinking about it, I think you're right...I'm going off to "swing my pants" anyway :-D
#15
I am very sorry, folks. I have accidentally clicked on the spam icon and spammed this thread really randomly... I tried to unspam it but it won't let me. Could anyone help to unspam it? Many thanks.

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