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As much as I detest our neighbours and the cheating all blacks, , I have to give some admiration to this:

 

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NATO had a Hymn? Who knew?

 

 

I reckon they ought to enter it in Eurovision, just for giggles.

 

I wonder if Tom Leehre wrote it?

 

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UN can into Eurovision! A thousand discordant voices singing as one, a guaranteed hit. :D

 

OK, I already posted one from Battle of Britain already, but this is an interesting one. BoB actually had 2 scored, one by Sir William Walton and the one it (mostly) retains, by Ron Goodwin. I wont go into the reasons why because there is a good description on the Wikipedia link, suffice to say one fragment of the original score remains in the Eagle Day sequence bit, which is the scene here. And its awesome. Apparently the original score is available as an option on the DVD, which I now intend to invest in. :)

 

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bored soldiers having some fun:

 

 

 

so much pale skin

 

 

1:39 is a bit much, so too the budgie smugglers (google it) at 2:55..........and does the British Army really miss that number of teeth? I mean these are engineers, their bridgework should be better.

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Who Dares Wins, scored by the late Roy Budd who incidentally did the theme score for 'Get Carter'.

 

 

The full score is here.

 

Successfully sustained a generation of Walts like Me all through the 1980s. :P

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Aren't The professionals from CI5? That is civilians? That overstretches it not. That tears it apart. ;)

Well Bodie was an ex Para, and a mercenary. And Doyle was Police, at that time in the 70s when it was perfectly acceptable to shoot criminals. I admit, im fudging the line here. :D

 

Ok, here is an attonement, the techno version of 'Das Boot'. Torpedos Looos!'

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