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Marilyn Monroe: Seven Year Itch Door Poster

Posted by Notcot on Nov 18, 2012 in Gadgets
Marilyn Monroe: Seven Year Itch Door Poster

One of the most iconic images of one of the most iconic figures of 20th Centuty culture Marilyn Monroe features on this full length door poster. ; ; From 1955 The Seven Year Itch is one of the most acclaimed comedies of all time Monroe is seen standing on a subway grate with her dress blowing up as a train passes by below. Her next line is “Isn’t it delicious?”

Price : £ 3.99

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The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Posted by Notcot on Oct 29, 2012 in Gadgets
The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Bring the magic home… This amazing Wand Remote Control can control your TV and most other electronic things that work via a remote; making you appear to be able to perform some pretty incredible magic tricks. Ever since Harry Potter landed we secretly yearned to be part of the magical world of Witchcraft and Wizardry and now with this wand we’re a step nearer almost. Cast spells to control the TV: flick from channel to channel control the volume and much more. All you have to do is train your wand into learning these commands so you will soon be turning your telly box on and off with a flick of the wand no boring remote needed. After you’ve learnt the basics (it takes a few practice sweeps to get the hang of it) you’ll be able to program your wand to control the volume channel brightness or whatever your usual remote can do. A turning motion will control the volume a sweep up or down will move the channel forward or back a step and even double-tapping on the side will perform whatever you assign it. In all there are 13 different motions to learn and each one can be given a separate task to complete. To do this put your wand into ‘learning mode’ by giving it a quick tap perform the move you want and then press the corresponding key on your remote. The wand remembers it and performs it the next time you do the same move. It’s difficult to emphasise how much fun this is and how cool the effect is when you’re merrily commanding all and sundry around you. The Stereo the TV the computer the lights anything that needs flicking on or off in the room can be controlled by a wave of your wand. Let the sorcery commence! Features: Controls any infrared device most electronics that use a remote control – TVs Stereos etc Can control multiple devices not limited to one The wand can learn 13 commands in total Program the wand by putting it in learning mode performing an action and pressing the corresponding key on the remote control Learns via infrared codes from remote control Sleep mode function after 60 seconds of wand inactivity works on touch Comes packaged in its own beautifully decorated case Requires 2x AAA batteries (included) Suitable for ages 8+ Please note: instructions for the wand are only available in English Full range of 13 actions: Rotate clockwise Rotate anticlockwise Flick upwards Flick downwards Flick left Flick right Tap on top Tap on side Double tap on top Double tap on side Push forward Pull back Big swish Size: Dimensions: 36 x 2.3 x 2.3cm (wand) Dimensions: 39 x 6.5 x 3.5cm (box) – R.K.

Price : £ 44.99

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The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Posted by Notcot on Oct 28, 2012 in Gadgets
The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Bring the magic home… This amazing Wand Remote Control can control your TV and most other electronic things that work via a remote; making you appear to be able to perform some pretty incredible magic tricks. Ever since Harry Potter landed we secretly yearned to be part of the magical world of Witchcraft and Wizardry and now with this wand we’re a step nearer almost. Cast spells to control the TV: flick from channel to channel control the volume and much more. All you have to do is train your wand into learning these commands so you will soon be turning your telly box on and off with a flick of the wand no boring remote needed. After you’ve learnt the basics (it takes a few practice sweeps to get the hang of it) you’ll be able to program your wand to control the volume channel brightness or whatever your usual remote can do. A turning motion will control the volume a sweep up or down will move the channel forward or back a step and even double-tapping on the side will perform whatever you assign it. In all there are 13 different motions to learn and each one can be given a separate task to complete. To do this put your wand into ‘learning mode’ by giving it a quick tap perform the move you want and then press the corresponding key on your remote. The wand remembers it and performs it the next time you do the same move. It’s difficult to emphasise how much fun this is and how cool the effect is when you’re merrily commanding all and sundry around you. The Stereo the TV the computer the lights anything that needs flicking on or off in the room can be controlled by a wave of your wand. Let the sorcery commence! Features: Controls any infrared device most electronics that use a remote control – TVs Stereos etc Can control multiple devices not limited to one The wand can learn 13 commands in total Program the wand by putting it in learning mode performing an action and pressing the corresponding key on the remote control Learns via infrared codes from remote control Sleep mode function after 60 seconds of wand inactivity works on touch Comes packaged in its own beautifully decorated case Requires 2x AAA batteries (included) Suitable for ages 8+ Please note: instructions for the wand are only available in English Full range of 13 actions: Rotate clockwise Rotate anticlockwise Flick upwards Flick downwards Flick left Flick right Tap on top Tap on side Double tap on top Double tap on side Push forward Pull back Big swish Size: Dimensions: 36 x 2.3 x 2.3cm (wand) Dimensions: 39 x 6.5 x 3.5cm (box) – R.K.

Price : £ 44.99

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The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Posted by Notcot on Oct 27, 2012 in Gadgets
The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Bring the magic home… This amazing Wand Remote Control can control your TV and most other electronic things that work via a remote; making you appear to be able to perform some pretty incredible magic tricks. Ever since Harry Potter landed we secretly yearned to be part of the magical world of Witchcraft and Wizardry and now with this wand we’re a step nearer almost. Cast spells to control the TV: flick from channel to channel control the volume and much more. All you have to do is train your wand into learning these commands so you will soon be turning your telly box on and off with a flick of the wand no boring remote needed. After you’ve learnt the basics (it takes a few practice sweeps to get the hang of it) you’ll be able to program your wand to control the volume channel brightness or whatever your usual remote can do. A turning motion will control the volume a sweep up or down will move the channel forward or back a step and even double-tapping on the side will perform whatever you assign it. In all there are 13 different motions to learn and each one can be given a separate task to complete. To do this put your wand into ‘learning mode’ by giving it a quick tap perform the move you want and then press the corresponding key on your remote. The wand remembers it and performs it the next time you do the same move. It’s difficult to emphasise how much fun this is and how cool the effect is when you’re merrily commanding all and sundry around you. The Stereo the TV the computer the lights anything that needs flicking on or off in the room can be controlled by a wave of your wand. Let the sorcery commence! Features: Controls any infrared device most electronics that use a remote control – TVs Stereos etc Can control multiple devices not limited to one The wand can learn 13 commands in total Program the wand by putting it in learning mode performing an action and pressing the corresponding key on the remote control Learns via infrared codes from remote control Sleep mode function after 60 seconds of wand inactivity works on touch Comes packaged in its own beautifully decorated case Requires 2x AAA batteries (included) Suitable for ages 8+ Please note: instructions for the wand are only available in English Full range of 13 actions: Rotate clockwise Rotate anticlockwise Flick upwards Flick downwards Flick left Flick right Tap on top Tap on side Double tap on top Double tap on side Push forward Pull back Big swish Size: Dimensions: 36 x 2.3 x 2.3cm (wand) Dimensions: 39 x 6.5 x 3.5cm (box) – R.K.

Price : £ 44.99

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The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Posted by Notcot on Oct 23, 2012 in Gadgets
The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Bring the magic home… This amazing Wand Remote Control can control your TV and most other electronic things that work via a remote; making you appear to be able to perform some pretty incredible magic tricks. Ever since Harry Potter landed we secretly yearned to be part of the magical world of Witchcraft and Wizardry and now with this wand we’re a step nearer almost. Cast spells to control the TV: flick from channel to channel control the volume and much more. All you have to do is train your wand into learning these commands so you will soon be turning your telly box on and off with a flick of the wand no boring remote needed. After you’ve learnt the basics (it takes a few practice sweeps to get the hang of it) you’ll be able to program your wand to control the volume channel brightness or whatever your usual remote can do. A turning motion will control the volume a sweep up or down will move the channel forward or back a step and even double-tapping on the side will perform whatever you assign it. In all there are 13 different motions to learn and each one can be given a separate task to complete. To do this put your wand into ‘learning mode’ by giving it a quick tap perform the move you want and then press the corresponding key on your remote. The wand remembers it and performs it the next time you do the same move. It’s difficult to emphasise how much fun this is and how cool the effect is when you’re merrily commanding all and sundry around you. The Stereo the TV the computer the lights anything that needs flicking on or off in the room can be controlled by a wave of your wand. Let the sorcery commence! Features: Controls any infrared device most electronics that use a remote control – TVs Stereos etc Can control multiple devices not limited to one The wand can learn 13 commands in total Program the wand by putting it in learning mode performing an action and pressing the corresponding key on the remote control Learns via infrared codes from remote control Sleep mode function after 60 seconds of wand inactivity works on touch Comes packaged in its own beautifully decorated case Requires 2x AAA batteries (included) Suitable for ages 8+ Please note: instructions for the wand are only available in English Full range of 13 actions: Rotate clockwise Rotate anticlockwise Flick upwards Flick downwards Flick left Flick right Tap on top Tap on side Double tap on top Double tap on side Push forward Pull back Big swish Size: Dimensions: 36 x 2.3 x 2.3cm (wand) Dimensions: 39 x 6.5 x 3.5cm (box) – R.K.

Price : £ 44.99

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The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Posted by Notcot on Oct 22, 2012 in Gadgets
The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Bring the magic home… This amazing Wand Remote Control can control your TV and most other electronic things that work via a remote; making you appear to be able to perform some pretty incredible magic tricks. Ever since Harry Potter landed we secretly yearned to be part of the magical world of Witchcraft and Wizardry and now with this wand we’re a step nearer almost. Cast spells to control the TV: flick from channel to channel control the volume and much more. All you have to do is train your wand into learning these commands so you will soon be turning your telly box on and off with a flick of the wand no boring remote needed. After you’ve learnt the basics (it takes a few practice sweeps to get the hang of it) you’ll be able to program your wand to control the volume channel brightness or whatever your usual remote can do. A turning motion will control the volume a sweep up or down will move the channel forward or back a step and even double-tapping on the side will perform whatever you assign it. In all there are 13 different motions to learn and each one can be given a separate task to complete. To do this put your wand into ‘learning mode’ by giving it a quick tap perform the move you want and then press the corresponding key on your remote. The wand remembers it and performs it the next time you do the same move. It’s difficult to emphasise how much fun this is and how cool the effect is when you’re merrily commanding all and sundry around you. The Stereo the TV the computer the lights anything that needs flicking on or off in the room can be controlled by a wave of your wand. Let the sorcery commence! Features: Controls any infrared device most electronics that use a remote control – TVs Stereos etc Can control multiple devices not limited to one The wand can learn 13 commands in total Program the wand by putting it in learning mode performing an action and pressing the corresponding key on the remote control Learns via infrared codes from remote control Sleep mode function after 60 seconds of wand inactivity works on touch Comes packaged in its own beautifully decorated case Requires 2x AAA batteries (included) Suitable for ages 8+ Please note: instructions for the wand are only available in English Full range of 13 actions: Rotate clockwise Rotate anticlockwise Flick upwards Flick downwards Flick left Flick right Tap on top Tap on side Double tap on top Double tap on side Push forward Pull back Big swish Size: Dimensions: 36 x 2.3 x 2.3cm (wand) Dimensions: 39 x 6.5 x 3.5cm (box) – R.K.

Price : £ 44.99

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The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Posted by Notcot on Oct 21, 2012 in Gadgets
The Magic Wand TV Remote Control

Bring the magic home… This amazing Wand Remote Control can control your TV and most other electronic things that work via a remote; making you appear to be able to perform some pretty incredible magic tricks. Ever since Harry Potter landed we secretly yearned to be part of the magical world of Witchcraft and Wizardry and now with this wand we’re a step nearer almost. Cast spells to control the TV: flick from channel to channel control the volume and much more. All you have to do is train your wand into learning these commands so you will soon be turning your telly box on and off with a flick of the wand no boring remote needed. After you’ve learnt the basics (it takes a few practice sweeps to get the hang of it) you’ll be able to program your wand to control the volume channel brightness or whatever your usual remote can do. A turning motion will control the volume a sweep up or down will move the channel forward or back a step and even double-tapping on the side will perform whatever you assign it. In all there are 13 different motions to learn and each one can be given a separate task to complete. To do this put your wand into ‘learning mode’ by giving it a quick tap perform the move you want and then press the corresponding key on your remote. The wand remembers it and performs it the next time you do the same move. It’s difficult to emphasise how much fun this is and how cool the effect is when you’re merrily commanding all and sundry around you. The Stereo the TV the computer the lights anything that needs flicking on or off in the room can be controlled by a wave of your wand. Let the sorcery commence! Features: Controls any infrared device most electronics that use a remote control – TVs Stereos etc Can control multiple devices not limited to one The wand can learn 13 commands in total Program the wand by putting it in learning mode performing an action and pressing the corresponding key on the remote control Learns via infrared codes from remote control Sleep mode function after 60 seconds of wand inactivity works on touch Comes packaged in its own beautifully decorated case Requires 2x AAA batteries (included) Suitable for ages 8+ Please note: instructions for the wand are only available in English Full range of 13 actions: Rotate clockwise Rotate anticlockwise Flick upwards Flick downwards Flick left Flick right Tap on top Tap on side Double tap on top Double tap on side Push forward Pull back Big swish Size: Dimensions: 36 x 2.3 x 2.3cm (wand) Dimensions: 39 x 6.5 x 3.5cm (box) – R.K.

Price : £ 44.99

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4.50 From Paddington (BBC Full Cast Dramatisation)

Posted by Notcot on Sep 14, 2012 in Cult Film
4.50 From Paddington (BBC Full Cast Dramatisation)

For an instant the two trains ran together side by side. In that frozen moment Elspeth witnessed a murder. Helplessly she stared out of her carriage window as a man remorselessly tightened his grip around a woman’s throat. The body crumpled. Then the other train drew away. ; ; But who apart from Miss Marple would take her story seriously? After all there were no suspects no other witnesses… and no corpse. ; ; This version is a Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation starring June Whitfield as the deceptively mild Miss Marple.

Price : £ 6.93

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Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends Volume 2

Posted by Notcot on Jul 5, 2012 in Cult Film
Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends Volume 2

From the bestselling Railway Series come three more original adventures about the little steam train and his friends and a few more songs to delight the kids. All on one audio CD. ; ; Thomas the Tank Engine has been delighting children for over 60 years. He first puffed his way out of the station in a series of hugely popular books and then he appeared on television and even starred in his own movie! ; ; Tank Engine Thomas Again Thomas is chuffed to have his own branch line – but the Fat Controller keeps an eye on him as usual. Thomas still ends up in trouble but he also makes some new friends. ; ; Troublesome Engines Henry meets an elephant and the Fat Controller has to deal with the bigger engines that are Getting Above Themselves. Fortunately a new engine called Percy comes to the rescue. ; ; Henry the Green Engine Henry doesn’t need to shelter inside tunnels any more when it rains but he’s still a headache for the Fat Controller. ; ; It’s full steam ahead again with three more fantastic adventures!

Price : £ 2.13

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Adolf Hitler

Posted by Notcot on Jul 2, 2012 in Cult Film
Adolf Hitler

‘At Victoria station the R.T.O. gave me a travel warrant a white feather and a picture of Hitler marked ‘This is your enemy’. I searched every compartment but he wasn’t on the train’. Spike Milligan’s on the march blitzing friend and foe alike with his uproarious recollections of army life from enlistment to the landing at Algiers in 1943. Bathos pathos and gales of drunken laughter and insane military goonery explode in superlative Milliganese.

Price : £ 5.44

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