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Rod Stewart 2nd from left (in white) playing football in his football team The Goal Featured 01252 Image

Rod Stewart 2nd from left (in white) playing football in his football team The Goal

Rod Stewart 2nd from left (in white) playing football in his football team The Goal Diggers. Left is George Eastham
who was a non playing member of the England 1966 World Cup winning squad. In the background, in black, is Gordon Banks.
The Goal Diggers is organised by television personality, Jimmy Hill, and features George Eastham, Jimmy Armfield, Gordon Banks and Rod Stewart.
Picture taken at the match Goal Diggers verses Radio Merseyside, at Poulton Vics in Wallasy, in The Wirral, Merseyside. Final score was 3-3
Picture taken 16th March 1975

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David Essex pictured in a film sequence from the 1974 film Stardust Featured 01252 Image

David Essex pictured in a film sequence from the 1974 film Stardust

David Essex pictured in a film sequence from the 1974 film Stardust.
Picture taken on set, as the film is being made.
Stardust is a 1974 British musical drama film directed by Michael Apted and starring David Essex and Adam Faith. The film is the sequel to the 1973 film That'll Be the Day.
Plot...Following on from the events in the late 1950s/early 1960s of That'll Be the Day, the characters Jim Maclaine, Jeanette, and J.D. have moved into the mid 1960s/early 1970s and the growing career of aspiring rock star MacLaine. MacLaine has assembled a group of musicians and formed the band the Stray Cats, he seeks out his old friend Mike to become the band road manager. Mike acquires a new van, accommodation, and a recording session for the group. MacLaine soon becomes a massive star and is plunged into the centre of media attention. He indulges in casual sex and heavy drug use and the film documents the detrimental effects of this success on MacLaine and his relationship with his friends and colleagues. In particular, MacLaines long-standing friendship with manager Mike is now soured by money and success
Picture taken 17th March 1974

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Ian McKellen pictured at The Birmingham Repertory Theatre in 1988 Featured 01252 Image

Ian McKellen pictured at The Birmingham Repertory Theatre in 1988

Ian McKellen pictured at The Birmingham Repertory Theatre in 1988.
He is sitting outside the theatre ahead of his forthcoming production
Acting Shakespeare.
Acting Shakespeare is a one-man show of Shakespearean monologues interspersed with theatrical anecdotes devised and performed by Ian McKellen. McKellen first performed the recital in Scandinavia in 1980 and later performed it throughout the world.
Picture taken 10th April 1988

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