Sheet Music of the shows theme. Published by Keith Prowse music publishing in 1960.
Annual sized book contains features and photographs of TV shows around at the time.
No Hiding Place
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
Emergency Ward 10
The Human Jungle
77 Sunset Strip
TV Express Comic No 376 Dated January 13th 1962.
This the last issue of this title before it merged into TV Comic the following week.
This issue contains: Col Pinto’s Wartime Notebook a comic strip based on Pinto’s wartime exploits as also featured in BBC TV’s Spycatcher TV series of around the same time.
A two page Danger Man text story by Henry Lewis.
Alfie and Bill, a strip story featuring the actors from Bootsie and Snudge.
Biggles Air Police news, as well as a full colour comic strip featuring the hero.
No Hiding Place comic strip story.
Full page piece about merging with TV Comic features photograph of Supercar.
Around the World with Alan Wicker full page feature.
Original Price Per issue 4 1/2d
This Television star book is a veritable who’s who of TV stars of the year containing photographs or features off or on: The Saint, I Spy, Batman, The Man and Girl from U.N.C.L.E., Emergency Ward 10, The Human Jungle, The Munsters, The Power Game, The Avengers, The FBI (This is of interest to 77 Sunset strip fans as it is about Efrem Zibalist Jnr who stared in that), Take your Pick, Double your Money, The Prisoner, Morecambe and Wise (This features a photograph of Sean Connery visiting the lads on set), Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Supercar, Fireball XL5, Stingray, Thunderbirds, Bonanza, Honey West, Dr Finlay’s Casebook, The Baron, The Big Valley, T.H.E. Cat, Peyton place, Man in a suitcase, Public Eye, Lost in Space, The Virginian, Daktari, Get Smart, The Fugitive, No Hiding Place, Redcap.
There are several books or annuals of this type in the collection, but none have quite as an impressive selection of so many of this type of Cult TV show within their pages.
Published by Purnell & Sons ltd, no year is given but given the contents this has to be from around 1967.
Autographed photograph from an episode of “Playhouse” entitled “A Friend Indeed” dating from 1973. Produced by Anglia TV.
David Tomlinson was best known as Mr Banks in Mary Poppins, he did very little TV work mostly working in Disney movies, he did guest however in an episode of Hawaii Five-0.
While Richard Vernon was possibly best known as the planetary designer Slartibartfast (designer of fjords) in the BBC radio and TV series The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. He had small roles in both the James Bond movie Goldfinger. The Intelligence Men with Morecambe and wise, and guest starred in The Avengers, The Saint, Department S, William Tell, Emergency Ward 10, No Hiding Place, Hadleigh, Dixon of Dock Green, Maigret, Z cars, U.F.O., The Persuaders, The Adventurer, to name just a few of his many appearences.