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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 11:39 pm  Post subject: Thriller [The complete 1973/1976 UK Series]
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[The complete 1973/1976 UK Series]

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Thriller is a British television series, originally broadcast in the UK from 1973 to 1976. It is an anthology series: each episode has a self-contained story and its own cast. As the title suggests, each story is a thriller of some variety, from tales of the supernatural to down-to-earth whodunits.

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The series was created by Brian Clemens, who also scripted the majority of the episodes and storylined every installment, and produced by John Sichel (the first 3 series), John Cooper (series 4) and Ian Fordyce (the final two series) for Associated TeleVision (ATV) at their Elstree studios north of London. It evolved from Clemens' previous work, in particular two films of a similar style, And Soon The Darkness (EMI-ABP 1970) and Blind Terror (aka See No Evil (Columbia 1971). The latter shared plot similarities with the Thriller episodes "The Eyes Have It" and "The Next Voice Your See". Original music, including the theme tune, was by Clemens' regular collaborator Laurie Johnson.

The stories are often set in the English home counties "stock broker belt", but most episodes, especially from the second season onwards, feature at least one American character, mostly portrayed by an imported US guest star, to appeal to the American market. After originally being screened late night in the US under the ABC Mystery Movie billing from 1973, in 1978 some episodes were retitled for US syndication and all had additional opening sequences shot, with new titles and credits. Since these were made without the original cast they often feature menacing figures seen only from the neck down. The original replaced original UK and US title sequence featured a sequence of shots through a fisheye lens, bordered in bright red.

Following a worldwide audit in 2003/4, by the then licence holders Carlton, all the original UK PAL fisheye titled original 2" videotapes of "Thriller" were located and remastered onto modern digital tape by the British Film Institute. (One exception was the story "Nurse Will Make It Better" .. however this too exists in PAL/original format as a 1" dub from the original master tape. This version was repeat broadcast on the satellite channel Bravo in 1996).

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One of the great "forgotten" British television series is the suspense anthology Thriller, created and written by the accomplished screenwriter Brian Clemens. Made by ATV between 1973 and 1976, it regularly enthralled Saturday night audiences with its eclectic mix of mystery, suspense and the supernatural.

At the turn of the 1970's, Clemens was one of the most prolific tv writers in England. Having cut his teeth scripting almost forty low budget cinema releases for the Danziger Brothers in the late 50's and early 60's, Clemens soon moved into the television arena where he quickly found himself in regular demand by ITV. His unique experience with the film genre led to him being contracted to work on a new ABC project called The Avengers, a series which he eventually crafted into his own with a mixture of style, wit, action and intrigue. Other writing projects followed, including popular series such as The Baron and Danger Man, and by 1972 Clemens had already authored some 300 television scripts in a variety of different genres.

One genre of which Clemens was especially fond was the thriller, harbouring a particular fondness for the works of Alfred Hitchcock, the so-called "Master Of Suspense". In 1972, bewildered at the lack of such programmes on British television, Clemens approached Michael Grade with an idea for just such a series. It would be called simply "Thriller", and consist of a string of suspense plays in the Hitchcockian mode, with an emphasis on generating pure psychological terror. Grade took the premise to his uncle Lew Grade who headed the mighty ATV organisation, and with a $100,000 advance per episode provided by the American ABC network the series was soon in production; the first episode to go before the cameras was "The Colour Of Blood".

Perhaps the most memorable aspect of Thriller was its striking and somewhat unsettling opening titles. Framed in a blood red border, a series of location stills distorted as though seen through a peephole were presented to a backdrop of dissonant woodwind and harpsichord that was the Thriller "theme". The title sequence - created by Clemens and producer John Sichel - captured perfectly the quirky, creepy nature of the programme and set the mood for what was to follow. Laurie Johnson (Clemens' colleague from The Avengers) was also responsible for providing the incidental music for each episode; a significant step forward at a time when most tv drama still used stock "library" music. Johnson used his considerable talents to play up the more sinister and disturbing elements of the episodes, turning in an extraordinary set of scores that were unlike anything heard before or since.

As far as Thriller's overall style was concerned, Clemens borrowed heavily from Hitchcock and the notion that that which is left unseen and unsaid can be far more disturbing than that which is not. From the start, Thriller was pure psychological horror and conjured up its demons in the mind of the viewer. In this it was aided by its curiously unconventional length of 65 minutes (set by the American buyers), which allowed extra scope for long, deliberating scenes. There was violence in Thriller, but somehow it was nearly always conveyed rather than actually seen. The fact that it was rarely seen is in itself astonishing, as the Thriller universe was populated by what is probably the most bizarre and comprehensive assortment of psychopaths, serial killers, foreign agents and occult worshippers ever gathered together on the small screen.

This cast of malcontents were made all the more disturbing by the fact that they nearly always appeared in the most cosy of settings. For instance, the devil-worshipping fanatics of "A Place To Die" are also the charming old world residents of a picturesque country village. The insane Professor Carnaby of "A Killer In Every Corner" conducts his immoral and murderous research on students in the comfort of his stately home. The merciless foreign agents of "Good Salary - Prospects - Free Coffin" operate out of an employment agency in an ordinary city office. Everywhere you turned in the world of Thriller, it seemed, you were face to face with someone who wanted to either kill you, blackmail you or strip of your worldly fortunes (and frequently your soul to boot!)

The use of the American concept of a "teaser" at the very start of each episode was also an important element in Thriller's success. A teaser is a brief, self-contained scene designed to pack as much punch into a short amount of time as possible, before the opening titles begin. The teasers in Thriller were frequently terrifying and disturbing and guaranteed to rope viewers in for the evening. In "The Eyes Have It", a clinical instructor is murdered in full view of a young female student who merely gazes on in admiration as he struggles vainly only a few feet away. In "Ring Once For Death", an emaciated old woman screams in terror as her impeccably dressed butler moves in for the kill. In "Dial A Deadly Number", a man combing a dimly lit house at night opens a bedroom door to a sacrificial dagger before tumbling dead to the bottom of a flight of stairs. Scenes such as these, while apparently making no sense in isolation, engaged the viewer's curiosity and urged them to stick around till the finish to find out what it was all about.

Clemens was deeply involved in the production of the series, not only penning most of the episodes himself but also writing all of the remaining story premises. These would then be given to close friends such as Terrence Feely and Dennis Spooner to flesh out, before being subject to a final edit by Clemens, who shaped the style and content of the show in the same way he had with The Avengers. His incredibly fertile imagination and knack for devising red-herrings and unexpected twists gave the scripts a compelling vividness and originality, as each week ever more outlandish and memorable plots unfolded. His experience with film also became invaluable in post-production, where he would supervise editing to ensure that the episodes were cut for maximum tension.

Clemens was also involved in casting, and over the years Thriller boasted an unrivalled galaxy of star talent, with appearances from many of the most well-known names and faces in British television and theatre at that time, including: Robert Powell, Hayley Mills, Jenny Agutter, Jeremy Brett, Richard Vernon, John Le Mesurier, Michael Jayston, Helen Mirren, John Nolan, Patrick Troughton, Judy Geeson, Ian Hendry, Diana Dors, Patrick Magee, Tom Conti, Julian Glover, Judy Geeson, Charles Gray, Denholm Elliot, Susan Hampshire, Brian Blessed, Francesca Annis, Gerald Harper, Patrick Allen, Ian Bannen, Peter Jeffries, Freddie Jones and Peter Vaughan.

This cream of British talent was complimented by the regular inclusion of American guest stars such as Gary Collins, Bradford Dillman and Donna Mills. This practise was in fact enforced by the ABC buyers in the US, who would cable a list of suitable actors from which the British producers could choose. Happily however, ABC's influence began and ended here and ATV was left largely to itself to produce the finished programmes. Ultimately the partnership of British and American actors, with their differing but complimentary acting styles, produced a truly unique and entertaining series.

With a regular Saturday night audience of around six million, Thriller was sure to be renewed time and time again, and ultimately six series of 43 episodes would be commissioned between 1973 and 1976. Regular features in the TV Times became the norm, and episodes were even novelised in two paperback books. For three years, lovers of quality suspense drama revelled in the return of Thriller, before the series finally came to an end with Clemens departure to work on Watcher In The Woods and other feature film scripts.

In later years, Thriller would receive a second round of exposure in a series of anonymous "tv movies" created by Lew Grade's other big company ITC Entertainment. Deprived of its memorable "peephole" title sequences and saddled with silly American-made introductory scenes, the series lost much of its identity but - in a testament to its sheer quality - was still able to snare a new generation of late night viewers, many of whom are still oblivious to the true origins of the programme.

It has been my intention with this website to provide information about each and every episode so that those who have enjoyed the show over the years may finally make sense of their memories. Apart from story images and a spoiler-less plot summary of each instalment, I've also included a summary of each pre-credit "teaser" sequence for those who have only ever seen ITC's "movie" editions, and my views on each story. There is also much confusion regarding the various formats that the show exists in and I have tried to cut through all the misconceptions and make sense of it all.

Perhaps Mrs Oxhey, the evil landlady in charge of the Victorian boarding house in "Someone At The Top Of The Stairs" put it best: "Marvellous!".

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--- File Information ---

File Name :                Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x01.Lady.Killer(DivX4-eng).(DivX4-eng).avi
File Size :                748,966,914 bytes

--- Video Information ---

Video Codec Name :         DivX 4 (OpenDivX) (MPEG-4)
Duration :                 1:14:28
Subtype :                  AVI v1.0,
Video Bitrate :            1204 kbps
Aspect Ratio (DAR) :       1.563
Pixel Aspect Ratio :       1.250
Bits / Pixel :             0.116
Resolution :               720 x 576
Interleave :               40 ms
Total Frames :             14943472 frames
Bytes Missing (if any) :   0
Frames Per Second :        25.000

--- Advanced ---

Quality Factor :           0.116" bits per Pixel

--- Audio Information ---

Audio Bitrate Type :       CBR
No of Audio Streams :      1
Audio Codec :              0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate :            128kb/s (48000Hz)
Audio Channel Count :      2
Interleave :               40ms
Preload :                  ms
Audio alignment :          Aligned

I've checked 4 of them: all the same specs.

ED2K links:

ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x01.Lady.Killer.(DivX4-eng).avi  [714.27 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x02.Possession.(DivX4-eng).avi  [700.17 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x03.Someone.at.the.Top.of.the.Stairs.(DivX4-eng).avi  [718.86 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x04.An.Echo.of.Theresa.(DivX4-eng).avi  [713.47 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x05.The.Colour.of.Blood.(DivX4-eng).avi  [706.10 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x06.Murder.in.Mind.(DivX4-eng).avi  [667.64 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x07.A.Place.to.Die.(DivX4-eng).avi  [704.72 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x08.File.Under.Fear.(DivX4-eng).avi  [719.80 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x09.The.Eyes.Have.It.(DivX4-eng).avi  [691.32 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].1x10.Spell.of.Evil.(DivX4-eng).avi  [702.92 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2x01.Only.a.Scream.Away.(DivX4-eng).avi  [690.97 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2x02.Once.the.Killing.Starts.(DivX4-eng).avi  [672.44 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2x03.Kiss.Me.and.Die.(DivX4-eng).avi  [675.90 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2x04.One.Deadly.Owner.(DivX4-eng).avi  [677.26 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2x05.Ring.Once.for.Death.(DivX4-eng).avi  [694.22 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2x06.K.Is.for.Killing.(DivX4-eng).avi  [680.13 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2x07.Sign.It.Death.(DivX4-eng).avi  [691.13 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2xXX.Who.Killed.Lamb.(DivX4-eng).avi  [628.71 Mb] [Stats] (this one off play from Yorkshire TV has no connection proper with the ATV series, but for reasons unknown was allocated a spot in the Series Two schedule and was billed and fully networked as an episode of Thriller. The running time is 65 minutes (the same unusual length as the ATV episodes) and an American actor is featured, along with scripted Americanisms like "janitor" (indeed it aired in the US on 4th February 1974). It should be noted however that the play does NOT use the Thriller title sequence or theme music; the title sequences are entirely unique and refer to the program only as "Who Killed Lamb?" Also, the musical score is not by Laurie Johnson but is merely stock music. According to the closing titles the play was a "David Paradine-Trident Television co-production © 1973" (the former was David Frost's production company, the latter was the owner of Yorkshire and Tyne Tees television at the time). This was quite a prestigious and well-received production at the time.)
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].3x01.A.Coffin.for.the.Bride.(DivX4-eng).avi  [678.85 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].3x02.I'm.the.Girl.He.Wants.to.Kill.(DivX4-eng).avi  [677.26 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].3x03.Death.to.Sister.Mary.(DivX4-eng).avi  [688.47 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].3x04.In.the.Steps.of.a.Dead.Man.(DivX4-eng).avi  [677.05 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].3x05.Come.Out,.Come.Out,.Wherever.You.Are.(DivX4-eng).avi  [684.18 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].3x06.The.Next.Scream.You.Hear.(DivX4-eng).avi  [700.37 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].4x01.Screamer.(DivX4-eng).avi  [671.81 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].4x02.Nurse.Will.Make.It.Better.(DivX4-eng).avi  [686.05 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].4x03.Night.Is.the.Time.for.Killing.(DivX4-eng).avi  [667.33 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].4x04.Killer.with.Two.Faces.(DivX4-eng).avi  [673.78 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].4x05.A.Killer.in.Every.Corner.(DivX4-eng).avi  [687.28 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].4x06.Where.the.Action.Is.(DivX4-eng).avi  [678.72 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].5x01.If.It's.a.Man,.Hang.Up!.(xvid-eng).avi  [704.11 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].5x02.The.Double.Kill.(xvid-eng).avi  [702.27 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].5x03.Mom.Don't.Write,.I'm.Dead.(xvid-eng).avi  [712.75 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].5x04.The.Crazy.Kill.(xvid-eng).avi  [707.30 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].5x05.Good.Salary,.Prospects,.Free.Coffin.(xvid-eng).avi  [749.68 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].5x06.The.Next.Vocie.You'll.See.(xvid-eng).avi  [722.40 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].5x07.Murder.Motel.(xvid-eng).avi  [713.86 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].6x01.Sleepwalker.(xvid-eng).avi  [708.66 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].6x02.The.Next.Victim.(xvid-eng).avi  [694.55 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].6x03.Nightmare.for.a.Nightingale.(xvid-eng).avi  [709.14 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].6x04.Dial.a.Deadly.Number.(xvid-eng).avi  [726.32 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].6x05.Kill.Two.Birds.(xvid-eng).avi  [701.16 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].6x06.A.Midsummer.Nightmare.(xvid-eng).avi  [735.02 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].6x07.Death.in.Deep.Water.(xvid-eng).avi  [705.86 Mb] [Stats]

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I've heard many good things about this series .Le Frog you are really into thrillers man. Thank you very much once again for your valuable contribution in my horror series education.

What is next? Michael Jackson's Thriller? :D

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There are hundreds of Jackson's clip all around... I prefer to spend my energy with rare stuff older than most of you... ;-)

You're welcome. Especially if you like low budget UK series, this one's as good as Roald Dahl's "Tales of the Unexpected". Working on a topic for this series too, soon...

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PS, there's a little tiny shity out of synch for a few of them. Didn't realise it before, be aware, rips aren't perfect.

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Oops! :o

Fucked up with seasons 5 & 6. They have no divx4 codec, but xvid.

If you're trying to get them, especially if you've clicked on them by adding the whole links at the same time, please rename them. I did on my side, but it may be a mess if some episodes have two different specs on emule.

Sorry and thanks for doing it. :roll:

And... Anonymous noticed that the ripper has mixed parts of the last episode's vobs. The credits that usualy are in the beginning (and the introduction of the episode, with the mini cliffhanger and the cast) are at the end of it. So the 6x07 starts directly with no intro after the clock and at the end you have the plot...

I should check more carefuly what I share, sorry. :roll:

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Hi,

only the following three episodes show no sources at all. Is ist possible to give them a push ?

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Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2x01.Only.a.Scream.Away.(DivX4-eng).avi (691 MB) [Stats]
Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2x02.Once.the.Killing.Starts.(DivX4-eng).avi (672 MB) [Stats]
Thriller.[1973's.UK.Series].2x03.Kiss.Me.and.Die.(DivX4-eng).avi (676 MB) [Stats]


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Back on share.

Sorry, was in real world...

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Welcome back Le Froggie! Will you be seeding all seasons of Thriller?I have only managed to download season 1 after a long time?Anyway,thanks for the reseed :beerchug: :beerchug:

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Season 4 to 6 for now. When I'm done with a huge up to Evil"fuckinnick"blablaImmortal, I'll put everything back online, till you're all done with it.

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Hey hey ! :lol:

I'm sharing all of them since a few week now, and in PowerShare, so take them ! Anyway, you've may all figure it out by yourself, but i'm back from a fresh installation of Vista, took me two days, so, back in share...

Thanks to Le Frog btw, really amazing ! :wink:

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Could someone (anyone) reshare these, oh, please, oh, please, oh, please?
I managed to download two episodes, and really enjoyed them. Please, please, I want to watch more of them! *insert further shameless begging here*


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Could someone (anyone) reshare these, oh, please, oh, please, oh, please?
I managed to download two episodes, and really enjoyed them. Please, please, I want to watch more of them! *insert further shameless begging here*


Hi buddy !

Did you start them in your eMule ? cause i'm still sharing them........... can't you see me ??? :wacky: And stop begging for mercy, or i'll tear your soul apart ! :watchingyou:

Let me know if you're having trouble to download them ! :wink:

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I dunno if/when froggy will be back coz right now hes got some real world issues he's dealing with :(

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I dunno if/when froggy will be back coz right now hes got some real world issues he's dealing with :(


I hope i'll be back ! :beerchug:

Btw, are you downloading those episodes BadBugs ? Cause I would like to know if i'm really the only one who's having/sharing this. I've been pushing those on PowerShare since November 2007. I have uploaded OVER 130 GB for this show only by now, so I little help for spreading those would be much appreciated. There's too many leecher... :prat: :evil:

Anyway, if anyone need a Friend Slot, let me know on eMule :googley:

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I'm not downloading them but I have froggy on MSN & as its his post I figured I should fill you in....

Are these posted on TV underground?

130 gig upped by you alone is crazy :o

Try what I do... If I'm releasing something that I know is gonna struggle to push by HHAH alone I log into every emule index site I can find & post like hell & that way the weight on me gets reduced by the 100+ people who click & as things start to go blue I take off release & push the remaining ones. This isnt foolproof mind & friendslots dont help as 9/10 friends remove once complete in my experience ;)

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I'm not downloading them but I have froggy on MSN & as its his post I figured I should fill you in....


Alrighty then ! and me too I have him on my MSN... He's not responding so much these past weeks... :?

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Are these posted on TV underground?


Well, not by me :D

BadBugs wrote:
130 gig upped by you alone is crazy :o


Yeah, I know it's a lot, but a 700MB file is so big, it need to be push a little more than a 150MB file ! :P

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Try what I do... If I'm releasing something that I know is gonna struggle to push by HHAH alone I log into every emule index site I can find & post like hell & that way the weight on me gets reduced by the 100+ people who click & as things start to go blue I take off release & push the remaining ones. This isnt foolproof mind & friendslots dont help as 9/10 friends remove once complete in my experience ;)


Well, thanks for the info, didn't even think about it before, but the problem is that this is not MY Topic, it's LeFrog one so... :? I don't know if i'll be happy that i've done that, you know. Like you've said ''If I'm releasing something...'' but in this case, this is not my Topic so all the hard work and credits goes to LeFrog, not me, i'm just helping him to spread this series. Anyway, it's really a good idea, i'll try to talk to him (if he'll be back soon like his 'personal message' on MSN tell us !!! :wink: ) and see what I can do, if he doesn't have the time to do it of course ! :googley:

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 6:02 am  Post subject: Re: Thriller [The complete 1973/1976 UK Series]
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Do what the majority of us (the credit hungry attention seekers don't) do when posting other peoples posts on other sites....
Quote the post so it read....

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That way you are giving him credit whilst taking the weight off your back & I know he won't mind one bit :wink:

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 6:18 am  Post subject: Re: Thriller [The complete 1973/1976 UK Series]
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Alrighty then ! I'm pretty sure too that he wont mind :D

I'll see what I can do, soon. Cause having some PowerShare slots for other things is really an hurry ! :mrgreen:

And I hope Plan 9 will keep sharing too. :drunk:

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 6:27 am  Post subject: Re: Thriller [The complete 1973/1976 UK Series]
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What annoys me, is when I'm releasing something that isnt my rip (90% of the time) & some twat steals my post without quoting it or even thanking me in the post they stole it from, selfish attention seeking bastards. Yes it helps the rip spread but its a piss take coz these assholes wouldn't like it done to them. :voodoo:

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 6:43 am  Post subject: Re: Thriller [The complete 1973/1976 UK Series]
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I know what you mean buddy, all the work and time someone can put on a Topic, it's really pissing off ! (I know 'a little' cause i've made some Topic since i'm here, not as beautiful as some here are, but still some took me many time...) And i'm planning in updating some, like my Vintage Topic, since I know some others things now. :wacky:

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...coz these assholes wouldn't like it done to them. :voodoo:


Probably they wont even mind, they are assholes, assholes don't think, they fart stupid shit :moon: !!!

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