CodeGB/BCA/3355
Person NameAn-An
SurnameAn-An
Catalogue
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09719Date at BlackpoolStanley Franklin29 Sep 196609719.jpg 
15454The End Of The Affair '...And YOU'RE just like Harold Wilson, young, fit, full of Eastern promise - but no rudy results!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 May 196915454.jpg 
15457"Permissive society? Don't talk to me about their permissive society." / "If the Government are prepared to consider a TUC plan, why shouldn't the TUC consider an AEU plan?" / "I got all behind with my library fines."Keith Waite22 May 196915457.jpg 
09827"Happy to oblige, bud - we only hope twelve months isn't rushing you."Stanley Franklin18 Oct 196609827.jpg 
13852"We don't care how far you go, O'Reilly, but make him jealous."Jak [Raymond Jackson]12 Sep 196813852.jpg 
13839"Two years trying to mate and you say to me, 'Smile please'!"Stanley Franklin11 Sep 196813839.jpg 
14213"I think it's a party broadcast on behalf of anarchists." / "But I thought I wasn't leaving until Wednesday." / "As from today, Sir, the Post Office is to be run as a commercial concern."Keith Waite11 Nov 196814213.jpg 
JJ0110ConfrontationsJohn Jensen27 Mar 1966JJ0110.jpg 
MW3469" .... And YOU'RE just like Harold Wilson, young fit full of Eastern promise - but no ruddy results!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 May 1969MW3469.jpg 
14227"You'll be our only man left in London, so don't get caught in a compromising position."Jak [Raymond Jackson]13 Nov 196814227.jpg 
13842"If you ask me they're never going to mate." / "Gentlemen, we have just received a rather attractive take-over bid."Keith Waite11 Sep 196813842.jpg 
MW2470"I don't care what you do to Czechoslovakia - beat it!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Sep 1968MW2470.jpg 
13850"I don't care what you do to Czechoslovakia - beat it!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Sep 196813850.jpg 
08627"I don't want to defect to the East, but I'll admit mortgages ARE difficult in Britain." / "I shall have to give up this job, Mr. Harris - my wife's getting suspicious!"Norman Mansbridge25 Mar 196608627.jpg 
CG/1/1/1/1874Published caption: "It'll either put an end to their cold war or start another with Moscow
and the States"
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)07 Nov 1968GA2625.jpg 
CG/2/5/931"It'll either put an end to their cold war or start another with Moscow
and the States"
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)07 Nov 1968GAP0935.jpg 
GAN/1762Published caption: "It'll either put an end to their cold war or start another with Moscow
and the States"
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)07 Nov 1968GAN1827.jpg 
15366"Never a word about the Transatlantic records WE keep setting up..."David Langdon13 Apr 196915366.jpg 
13846'I think this might be it ...'David Myers11 Sep 196813846.jpg 
14276'Explain it to him carefully again ..'Stanley Franklin20 Nov 196814276.jpg 
15357"He daren't return to Russia without winning something."Stanley Franklin09 May 196915357.jpg 
CG/1/1/1/1712Published caption: "Look at it the other way - I don't suppose you'd have been very
keen with a delegation of pandas sitting around studying your habits."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)06 Oct 1966GA2383.jpg 
CG/2/5/933Published caption: "Look at it the other way - I don't suppose you'd have been very
keen with a delegation of pandas sitting around studying your habits."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)06 Oct 1966GAP0937.jpg 
14186"Says he's ever so poor."
"Which opinion poll did you vote for?"
"If he hadn't played all night with cameras and radio equipment, things might have been different."
Keith Waite06 Nov 196814186.jpg 
14193'I know just how you feel, Humph'Stanley Franklin08 Nov 196814193.jpg 
09751"Look at it the other way - I don't suppose you'd have been very keen with a delegation of pandas sitting around studying your habits."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)06 Oct 196609751.jpg 
09775"And one to the Postmaster-General complaining about unreliable deliveries." / "Your proposals are interesting but I can only reiterate that I am not empowered by my Government to negotiate." / "Come now, there must be something we can cheer about."Keith Waite10 Oct 196609775.jpg 
09805"Mind you, it was about time they improved the accommodation." / "Says he'd like a little chat with Mr. Michelmore." / "Oh, come on - who cares about a few million telly viewers."Keith Waite05 Oct 196609805.jpg 
09809[no caption]John Jensen16 Oct 196609809.jpg 
14228"I think our goosebury bush has got their system whacked!"David Myers13 Nov 196814228.jpg 
09796"Cheer up, Tovarich, George Brown's not likely to get very far with his proposals either!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Oct 196609796.jpg 
CG/1/4/1/3/21/7Published caption: "Look at it the other way - I don't suppose you'd have been very
keen with a delegation of pandas sitting around studying your habits."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)06 Oct 1966GAA212531.jpg 
GAN/1491Published caption: "Look at it the other way - I don't suppose you'd have been very
keen with a delegation of pandas sitting around studying your habits."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)06 Oct 1966GAN1548.jpg 
13856"You don't like An An, you don't like Chi Chi, you don't like Liz Taylor, you don't like Richard Burton! For heaven's sake what sort of erotic stimulus DO you like?!"Osbert Lancaster13 Sep 196813856.jpg 
09114"But, dammit, you can't resign." / "So you think maybe we should stop free milk?"Keith Waite02 Jun 196609114.jpg 
09228"Must be a fault in the set - it can't be cigarette advertising!" / "We could try and get it on National Health." / De Gaulle doesn't play hard-to-get! Why must you play hard-to-get?"Norman Mansbridge22 Jun 196609228.jpg 
LA0008"Never a word about the Transatlantic records WE keep setting up..."David Langdon13 Apr 1969LA0008.jpg 
08617ConfrontationsJohn Jensen27 Mar 196608617.jpg 
14191Published caption: "It'll either put an end to their cold war or start another with Moscow and the States"Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)07 Nov 196814191.jpg 
14212"Who won the American Election, bach? Too busy with our Sunday opening vote ..." / "NOW she tells me she loves me ..." / "Cor! There's Gramp with his gold, silver and bronze..." / "If it makes you feel any better, dear, there's been snow in Scotland, and rain, fog and frost elsewhere ..."David Langdon10 Nov 196814212.jpg 
14538In front as usual, Waite presentsKeith Waite01 Jan 196914538.jpg 
09776Perhaps a personal appeal from George Brown?Trog [Wally Fawkes]10 Oct 196609776.jpg 
10770'I told you it might be George Raft trying to get back in to the country'Stanley Franklin27 Feb 196710770.jpg 
09760"I don't dig you English girls - your PM orders a freeze and you decide to thaw!" / "You couldn't be luckier. I'm a doctor and you've been run over by my consulting room." / "We can never break into films, Eve, until someone creates Dino de Laurentis."Norman Mansbridge07 Oct 196609760.jpg 
MW2487Published caption:- "What you get if ... Emmwood joins the game Daily Mail readers are playing."
"An election crossed with a dove of peace you get a SOUR PUSS."
"Jim Callaghan crossed with Tariq Ali you get a PALLY ALLY."
"Harold Wilson crossed with Basset-Law you get a HUSH PUPPY."
"Enoch crossed with Ted you get a BLASTED HEATH."
"Chi-Chi crossed with An-An you get NOTHING."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Nov 1968MW2487.jpg 
13916"Never mind the traffic - How is crowd behaviour at the football?" / "It's all about Ian Smith and Harold Wilson." / "But what about our role west of Suez?"Keith Waite23 Sep 196813916.jpg 
14030'Well, I'm...! It's THOSE TWO hogging the limelight again!'Stanley Franklin09 Oct 196814030.jpg 
14163"What you get if
... Emmwood joins the game Daily Mail readers are playing."
"An election crossed with a dove of peace you get a SOUR PUSS."
"Jim Callaghan crossed with Tariq
Ali you get a PALLY ALLY."
"Harold Wilson crossed with Basset-Law you get a HUSH PUPPY."
"Enoch
crossed with Ted you get a BLASTED HEATH."
"Chi-Chi crossed with An-An you get NOTHING."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Nov 196814163.jpg 
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