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Duck bank Keith Harris & Orville Featured Celebrities Print

Duck bank Keith Harris & Orville

Ventriloquist Keith Harris and his puppet Orville (centre) feed a goose in St James's Park, London, to launch a Adopt-a-Duck Savings Account, launched jointly by the Wildfowl Trust and the Greenwich Building Society

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The Sweeney : 1974 Featured Celebrities Print

The Sweeney : 1974

THE SWEENEY 1974: Giving a preview of Thames TV's new series - The Sweeney - are John Thaw (left) and Dennis Waterman who play Det. Inspector Jack Regan and his partner, Det. Sergeant George Carter. The 13 week series is based on the work of the elite band of Metropolitan policemen. 21/02/02: John Thaw (left) and co-star Dennis Waterman in the Thames TV's series - The Sweeney - who play Det. Inspector Jack Regan (Thaw) and his partner, Det. Sergeant George Carter.: Actor John Thaw, 60, star of Inspector Morse and The Sweeney, died at home this afternoon his family said

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HMV Nipper mascot Featured Celebrities Print

HMV Nipper mascot

A lookalike of "Nipper" the HMV dog. 07/09/99: HMV bosses have launched a nationwide search for a new Jack Russell to pose as Nipper. After 10 years in the job the current dog is to retire and the company wants to find a replacement. *...who loves crowds and being treated as a celebrity. Nipper had earlier featured in the painting His Master's Voice by artist Francis Barraud (shown in background) and both the phrase and image were adopted by the Gramophone Company. 23/01/2000: EMI, who hold a 43% stake in the HMV group, has confirmed it is in talks with Time Warner to merge their music divisions, creating the world's largest music company

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