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Daddy O wrote:Both Bullet and Buttermilk (Dales Horse) are also stuffed. All of these animals are now in a museum in Branson, Missouri.

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Like on big happy family!

Did Roy get his first two wives stuffed?

Obviously he couldn't do Dale, seeing as she outlived him.


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You're asking "Did Roy Stuff his first two wives"?

I presume he did, but maybe not enough or he still might have been married to them. :D

OK, bad joke....sorry.

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Daddy O wrote:Some of those do bring back a lot of memories Anna. Thanks for posting those.

BTW - I never heard of "Roy of the Rovers"....that just reeks of Gay Cowboy adventures.....must be the first Brokeback Mountain series. :lol:
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Trigger was Maid Marians horse in the Errol Fynn's movie Robin Hood.

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and pancho was the cisco kid's side kick
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Cisco wrote:Trigger was Maid Marians horse in the Errol Fynn's movie Robin Hood.
Also "Son of Paleface" "Alias Jesse James" and quite a few others.

all before he got stuffed, of course. :D

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Pilot wrote:and pancho was the cisco kid's side kick
and Pancho's horse was called Loco

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Was that the same loco that pulled the Marsden rattler. :D
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You remember the Marsden Rattler as well as I do Pilot :wink:

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The Rattler

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STUPID YOU ARE.................

BREED YOU SHOULD NOT!

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If only they'd had the sense to run it as a tourist railway or a preservation group had jumped in.Here's one volunteer who would have signed up.

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Another music mag was NME New Musical Express, it was a newspaper size magazine also will send photos of my collection of mags and books etc.

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gag wrote:Thanks for trying Anna, I cannot remember what the mag was called at all. Most music shops used to sell it and it contained articles on the bands that were popular at the time along with complete lyrics for their latest hits.

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was it called the word or words :?: i started collecting the observer pocket series of books,found one in a charity shop and paid 50 pence for it ,so i started to collect them :wink:

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