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The Benny Hill Theme + Any Car Chase, Really

“Yakety Sax” had a life before being inextricably tied to Benny Hill for all eternity. The pop/jazz instrumental was originally released by “Boots” Randolph in 1958 as a riff off The Coasters classic “Yakety Yak.” But it was only after being re-released in 1963 that it became a hit…and after being used as “antics” music on “The Benny Hill Show” that it became a legend. 29 more words

The Curiosity Parade

Dean Cameron: Serial Entrepreneur, Art Collector, Producer of "Where's Art?" TV Series Interviewing Artists

Dean Cameron is busy creating new and innovative features for his online gallery Flootie.com. Although he humorously refers to himself as a “Serial Entrepreneur in need of a 12 step program,” he also says that Flootie is his focus and at the top of his list of priorities. 1,415 more words

Art Business

Comical Thursday and how I didn't get a taco.

Last week, a new shopping centre opened in Sadford town.  One that has been 10 years in the making.

People took off work to go to the opening.  336 more words

Am I the only one who thinks this is funny?

I had a little epiphany the other day when I was banging away at my NaNoWriMo word count goal. I was in a particularly lighthearted scene and the descriptions the first person character narrator were giving had me laughing out loud in my attic. 509 more words

Contemporary Romance

Red Rag to a Bull

I have always been detached, and detached on a lot of different levels. Whether it’s because of being a left-hander or a little emotionally under-tuned, it, nonetheless, brings a sharpness and clarity to the logic employed in argument, and given that deeper understanding, introduces a necessarily unhealthy level of cynicism into the process of debate. 1,544 more words

Musings On Life

Benny Hill Videos

Benny Hill’s TV shows in the UK always contained one sketch involving a comic, speeded up chase to the tune Yackety Sax

there is now a website – … 46 more words


What? Who? Is "Ferlindo"?

Help me out here, people.  I was watching this corny and very dated yet wonderful to watch old 70s game show, Celebrity Bowling, and there was an episode featuring Lois Nettleton (who among other roles was Mrs. 75 more words