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Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

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Re: Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Post by Bystander » 09 Mar 2015, 13:53

I remember seeing "Meanwhile Back In Sunderland" many times. What a great capture-of-the-moment video. Whoever had the idea of making it deserves a medal.

I have no time to watch it again but will bookmark this page and possibly come back and watch it later in the week.

A great nostalgic moment.



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Re: Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Post by Bamber » 30 Mar 2015, 14:04

Brilliant to see this documentary again. For its time its an absolute masterpiece.



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Re: Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Post by Jackal » 30 Mar 2015, 19:44

Bamber wrote:Brilliant to see this documentary again. For its time its an absolute masterpiece.
Totally agree.
Whoever thought of making it deserves some recognition.


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Re: Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Post by Roker Joker » 19 Apr 2015, 11:51

Its great to watch the old videos and look at the images of canny auld Sunderland.
I love this documentary.
Was it pre-planned or just scraps of film put together?
Mind boggling stuff and the title "Meanwhile Back In Sunderland" was so clever.



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Re: Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Post by Light Brigade » 14 Sep 2015, 18:26

I've just watched the documentary again. I love reminiscing :D



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Re: Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Post by Jools » 17 Sep 2015, 16:31

Light Brigade wrote:I've just watched the documentary again. I love reminiscing :D
I love the music bit at the end. And its shocking how that lass shows her knickers with the cup winners on "Sunderland". Deary me did they do that in the 1970's :lol:


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Re: Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Post by cam » 18 Sep 2015, 10:37

Jools wrote:Deary me did they do that in the 1970's
They done more than that in the '70's :mrgreen:


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Re: Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Post by Moony » 18 Sep 2015, 15:02

cam wrote:
Jools wrote:Deary me did they do that in the 1970's
They done more than that in the '70's :mrgreen:
Even more in the 1960's.
Things nowadays are more tame than ever.



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Re: Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Post by Bystander » 30 Sep 2015, 11:36

Moony wrote:
cam wrote:
They done more than that in the '70's :mrgreen:
Even more in the 1960's.
Things nowadays are more tame than ever.
This is correct.



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Re: Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Post by Crawford » 01 Oct 2015, 13:40

The quality of the photography wasn't really that good but maybe that's all the equipment they had to offer the producers in them days. Its not that bad and it actually adds to the flavour. Everything looks so ancient.



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