liferuinedbyrenner:

staingirl:

punk1956:

Jeremy is narrating “The World Wars” on Memorial Day! History Channel!
Bonus, I don’t think he dies. Unless they kill the messenger…

Oh, hope this will be available for peeps outside the US as well somehow.

We get the history channel over here. Gonna start the petition lol x

http://proxy.isohunt.to/browse.php?u=http://www.tvguide.com/News/World-Wars-Trailer-1079956.aspx?rss=breakingnews&partnerid=imdb&profileid=01

There is a trailer on this link. Apparently it is 6 hours long yes you did not misread that SIX hours long listening to Jeremy 💃💕🎊🎉

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punk1956:

Jeremy is narrating “The World Wars” on Memorial Day! History Channel!
Bonus, I don’t think he dies. Unless they kill the messenger…

Please History Channel bring this out on DVD/Blu-ray for those of us who don’t live in the US 👏 and I know my Dad would love to watch it too!

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Aaargh

snooziep:

imsfire:

I have just sneezed over 30 times in a row (I gave up counting at 30 but there’ve been a few more since).  My diaphragm actually hurts from sneezing so much.  I already have a really sore throat from talking non-stop at the trade fair for 5 hours and now this…

Goddammit, cold, go away!

Oh no! I sympathise I’ve got a red raw nose from blowing it and my chest and stomach hurt from coughing :(

I always put some sort of antiseptic cream on my red nose overnight - stings like hell at first but it means when you wake up next morning (if you able to sleep that is 😔) you can blow your nose without it feeling red raw. I use Germoline here in the UK.

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Can’t control that tongue just won’t stay reined in!

Can’t control that tongue just won’t stay reined in!

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cinemaocd:

Anthony Quayle plays Adam Strange, an “independent detective” who works loosely with Scotland Yard.  Not quite a “consulting detective” but he does have a pretty sweet chemistry set in his flat/laboratory/club house to further the Holmesian allusion. All the episodes or “reports” are given random numbers which makes it really hard to figure out which episode goes first when you are trying to burn them into your media system.  According to my husband.  ANYWAY, Adam Strange used to work for Scotland Yard as a detective, but now he freelances with his hip young helpers…


Evelyn MacLean, artist, model and gal Friday, seen here in one of her signature “Oopsie, I forgot to wear anything on my legs” ensembles. Has confused, slightly incestuous daddy/daughter relationship with Adam and confused, slightly incestuous big brother/little sister relationship with Ham.  Yes, that’s right.  I said “Ham.”  I’m talking about Hamlyn “Ham” Gynt who is supposed to be from Minnesota, works part time at the British Museum, is a medical doctor, drives a vintage motorcycle, and can frequently be seen wearing goggles.

Ham has a pretty handsy/slashy relationship with Adam Strange, whom he assists in some vague, unofficial capacity. 



What is Personal Space? Adam/Ham edition 1/1 million.
Now that we’ve introduced the principal characters, we need to talk about the setting: London in the swingin’ sixties. You can tell because they have NIGHT CLUBs. 


As you can see avocado green plays an important part in this show.  Not only is Strange’s apartment mostly avocado, but so is the hallway, and most of Scotland yard and the occasional villain hideout. 

This is Evelyn’s kitchen.  Good lord it’s so cute I just want to take it to the park and push it on the swings.

These are Adam Strange’s glasses.  They are very important to me. 


Note Agatha Cristie novel in background.

IMPORTANT, IMPORTANT, IMPORTANT

Other stuff about Adam Strange: he drives a taxi cab, to better elude the bad guys, I guess.  Occasionally one of the bad guys will try to hail him.  It’s pretty High-lar.  Speaking of transportation, here is Adam on a boat in a blue anorak.  Tony Quayle was a real-life yacht owner.  I wonder if that’s his personal anorak.

Quayle’s eyebrow is vital to the success of the show.  It helps him with acting and stuff. 

Well, that’s about it for now.  Here’s the final shot of the first episode.  Our threesome walking down the stairs in a confused/incestuous manner.  This is how they walk everywhere.  (I’m not joking).  Also, thinking about giving the Boy, the nickname, “Buzz.” What do you think?


Thank you this is brill review. I love the way he drives on to an aeroplane in his cab in one episode. Also I think a door is missing as well if I remember correctly. I loved the atmosphere of the show and the relationship between the characters.

cinemaocd:

Anthony Quayle plays Adam Strange, an “independent detective” who works loosely with Scotland Yard.  Not quite a “consulting detective” but he does have a pretty sweet chemistry set in his flat/laboratory/club house to further the Holmesian allusion. All the episodes or “reports” are given random numbers which makes it really hard to figure out which episode goes first when you are trying to burn them into your media system.  According to my husband.  ANYWAY, Adam Strange used to work for Scotland Yard as a detective, but now he freelances with his hip young helpers…

Evelyn MacLean, artist, model and gal Friday, seen here in one of her signature “Oopsie, I forgot to wear anything on my legs” ensembles. Has confused, slightly incestuous daddy/daughter relationship with Adam and confused, slightly incestuous big brother/little sister relationship with Ham.  Yes, that’s right.  I said “Ham.”  I’m talking about Hamlyn “Ham” Gynt who is supposed to be from Minnesota, works part time at the British Museum, is a medical doctor, drives a vintage motorcycle, and can frequently be seen wearing goggles.

Ham has a pretty handsy/slashy relationship with Adam Strange, whom he assists in some vague, unofficial capacity. 

What is Personal Space? Adam/Ham edition 1/1 million.

Now that we’ve introduced the principal characters, we need to talk about the setting: London in the swingin’ sixties. You can tell because they have NIGHT CLUBs. 

As you can see avocado green plays an important part in this show.  Not only is Strange’s apartment mostly avocado, but so is the hallway, and most of Scotland yard and the occasional villain hideout. 

This is Evelyn’s kitchen.  Good lord it’s so cute I just want to take it to the park and push it on the swings.

These are Adam Strange’s glasses.  They are very important to me. 

Note Agatha Cristie novel in background.

IMPORTANT, IMPORTANT, IMPORTANT

Other stuff about Adam Strange: he drives a taxi cab, to better elude the bad guys, I guess.  Occasionally one of the bad guys will try to hail him.  It’s pretty High-lar.  Speaking of transportation, here is Adam on a boat in a blue anorak.  Tony Quayle was a real-life yacht owner.  I wonder if that’s his personal anorak.

Quayle’s eyebrow is vital to the success of the show.  It helps him with acting and stuff. 

Well, that’s about it for now.  Here’s the final shot of the first episode.  Our threesome walking down the stairs in a confused/incestuous manner.  This is how they walk everywhere.  (I’m not joking).  Also, thinking about giving the Boy, the nickname, “Buzz.” What do you think?

Thank you this is brill review. I love the way he drives on to an aeroplane in his cab in one episode. Also I think a door is missing as well if I remember correctly. I loved the atmosphere of the show and the relationship between the characters.

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lost-spook:

Robert Hardy gets his hands on Anneke Wills in The Strange Report (1968).  (His intentions are, good, honest.  He just always looks as though they aren’t…) 

Have this show on DVD it’s brilliant. I’m a huge fan of Sir Anthony Quayle. But it also evokes London in the 60s so great for nostalgia buffs too.

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fishcustardandthecumberbeast:

ladyk23:

Some additional pics of me, Fishcustardandthecumberbeast, Snooziep and Imsfire at the Captain America: The Winter Soldier UK Premiere.

What a lovely bunch.

Plus, I think the woman I just reblogged is on stage with the cosplayers in these pics..?

Oh look, there’s me!!

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I think this looks really cool and when I turn on my iphone it looks like Jeremy’s hand is coming towards me.

Goosebumps!

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http://celebhealthy.com/jeremy-renner-health-fitness-height-weight-chest-bicep-and-waist-size/

According to celebhealthy.com Jeremy is a health conscious guy who continually works hard to achieve a good physical condition.  He sets different types of exercises almost every single day, which are directed towards specific body parts.  Monday is focused on chest exercises, including Gironda neck press, Incine DB press, narrow grip bench press, cable fly low pulley, and cable fly high pulley.  Tuesday includes wide grip pull-ups, reverse grip cable pull-down, seated cable row, and chin-ups for his back.  He does cardio exercises, dumbbells, squats, treadmill running, and dips during Wednesdays for his arms and legs.  On Fridays, he defines his shoulders with military press, seated DB military press, side lateral raise, and frontal lateral raise.  Thursday and Saturday are scheduled for rest.

Body Measurements (2013 – Age 42):

Height: 178 cm | 5 feet, 10 Inches
Weight: 80kg | 176lb
Chest: 96.5 cm | 38 inches
Bicep/Arms: 41 cm | 16 inches
Waist: 84 cm | 33 inches

What this all means, of course, he is one fit gorgeous guy - one can’t argue with facts! 😜

http://celebhealthy.com/jeremy-renner-health-fitness-height-weight-chest-bicep-and-waist-size/

According to celebhealthy.com Jeremy is a health conscious guy who continually works hard to achieve a good physical condition. He sets different types of exercises almost every single day, which are directed towards specific body parts. Monday is focused on chest exercises, including Gironda neck press, Incine DB press, narrow grip bench press, cable fly low pulley, and cable fly high pulley. Tuesday includes wide grip pull-ups, reverse grip cable pull-down, seated cable row, and chin-ups for his back. He does cardio exercises, dumbbells, squats, treadmill running, and dips during Wednesdays for his arms and legs. On Fridays, he defines his shoulders with military press, seated DB military press, side lateral raise, and frontal lateral raise. Thursday and Saturday are scheduled for rest.

Body Measurements (2013 – Age 42):

Height: 178 cm | 5 feet, 10 Inches
Weight: 80kg | 176lb
Chest: 96.5 cm | 38 inches
Bicep/Arms: 41 cm | 16 inches
Waist: 84 cm | 33 inches

What this all means, of course, he is one fit gorgeous guy - one can’t argue with facts! 😜

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