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    David Niven walking his dog

    A silly I couldn't resist
    David Niven walking his dog

    David Niven walking his dog
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    Re: David Niven walking his dog

    Chris - I take it that this is the new NASA link to the Moon.


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    Re: David Niven walking his dog

    Yes! I knew I wasn't on my own with the sillies!

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    Re: David Niven walking his dog

    I forget how much younger you lot are. David Niven was an actor and comedian in the 1960, maybe survived until 1980; his autobiography is called 'The Moon is a balloon' (usually available from Amnesty bookshop in Malvern for 2+postage, maybe only 67p on ABE)

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    Re: David Niven walking his dog

    Chris,

    Question; what was the film title where Mr Niven played a downed pilot in WW2 who then had to face a heavenly court?

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    Re: David Niven walking his dog

    Mark, We are veering OT... (although it is still on the subject in thread title)

    I think (well, google thinks) "A Matter of Life and Death"
    seen here, see third -sixth paragraphs.

    Nicely done Chris.

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    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 13th January 2009 at 10:26 PM.

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    Re: David Niven walking his dog

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Mark, We are veering OT... (although it is still on the subject in thread title)

    I think (well, google thinks) "A Matter of Life and Death"
    Thank you Dave. That thread is photographed from about a mile away, so I would have thought it would be strong enough to stand some pulling about.....but then this morning I saw the balloon had come loose and looks as if it is stuck on a twig and going down

    David Niven walking his dog
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