Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Landing on the Moon postcard by Angus Clifford Racey Helps (????)

A curiosity from the paintbrush of Angus Clifford Racey Helps (1913 to 1970)

Thanks to Paul Magrs for leading me to this


Steve

Friday, 11 May 2018

TV-Times Spetember 21 - 27 (1968)

I stumbled over this image a couple of days ago of the TV listing magazine  TV-Times from September 1968.  From what I can gather the cover is not a specific image from a TV show but it caught my eye because to me that looks like one of the Windak suits, which featured in a variety of places through out the 60s and 70s.  Ill update the post with more details should I discover them.
 
 
Steve

Friday, 23 March 2018

Man of Steel (2013)




I don't really get the appeal of Superman so I'm not sure I'll ever get round to watching this.  Please share your own thoughts on the film and the suits in the comments section below, you lovely people.


Steve

Thursday, 22 March 2018

Marmalade Atkins in Space (1981)

I've been wanting to blog this one for a while but have been waiting for some decent images to appear.  This is the best we're going to get ,I think, but it will do the job
 

Marmalade Atkins was created by Andrew Davies.  She appeared first in book form in Marmalade and Rufus (1979) but within a couple of years had been adapted for television where she was played by the rather brilliant Charlotte Coleman.  Her TV debut was initially in the one-off Marmalade Atkins in Space, broadcast in 1981 as part of the Theatre Box series.  However this proved so popular that it was followed by two ten-part series entitled Educating Marmalade (1982/1983) and Danger: Marmalade At Work (1984).  I remember watching this anarchic kids show when I was probably a little too old for it but you know; Funny is funny, whatever the demographic.






A couple of the book covers and an illustration from within.

 
 
Steve

Thursday, 22 February 2018

Lost In Space (2018)

It's reboot time once more and why not.







Steve

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018)

I hear mixed things so why don't you tell me what you thought in the comments below



 

 
Steve