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Spike Milligan - Nuclear-free public service announcements

Commercial (Excerpts) – 1976

Owen
Owen
17 Jul 2015 - 03.25pm
Martin, yes I do remember Spike's Fudgeribar advertisement. I was just discussing it, searched online and yours was the only mention of it, amazingly.
Lawrence Watt
Lawrence Watt
16 Apr 2015 - 10.25pm
Great to see Spike being himself, rather than a goon. It's little known that Spike fought in WW2. He remembered being in a shellhole and felt they might as well just cover it over and make it his grave.

Barry Clark
Barry Clark
16 Apr 2015 - 02.43pm
Nearly every home has radioactive material in it - smoke detectors. Hospitals have nuclear medicine. Universities have reactors.
Nuclear free my bottom!
Ray
Ray
11 Aug 2013 - 03.25pm
You don't think they were banned due to being, well, amateurish?
Kim Hegan
Kim Hegan
7 Jun 2012 - 03.47pm
Puckooon....

I knew P Janes, that perennial visitor from Hawkes Bay would have had a hand in this!!
Brilliant!!!!
Paul Ward
Paul Ward (NZ On Screen team)
17 Apr 2012 - 12.15pm
@Peter it looks like it's Don Reynolds holding the microphone (around 1.18), so maybe you're thinking of another down under shoot with Spike? Though your one certainly sounds memorable.
Peter Janes
Peter Janes
14 Apr 2012 - 08.51pm
I'm pretty sure I was the cameraman on this day - the soundman was Jim McMullan. Spike signed an autograph for me - I'm a big fan - "to the longest movie man in the world". And after we'd finished, he invited us back to his friend's place for a beer and to watch the All Blacks play on TV. He was in good form It was a very memorable saturday.
Ruth Greenaway
Ruth Greenaway
29 Mar 2012 - 03.11pm
Brilliant so glad to have discovered these. Cheers!
Martin
Martin
15 Mar 2012 - 08.55pm
Anybody remember the ads Spike did for a product called "Fudgeribar" here in NZ in the early 70s? I'm starting to think I imagined it ...
Drewza
Drewza
14 Mar 2012 - 11.08pm
Ah, Spike :) Goon, but not forgotten...
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