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Saturday, 25 April 2009

Ringo, John & Paul: cathode radiation.




One vital, throbbing debate can now be laid to rest. As these pics prove, Ringo, John and Paul all had the same type of television. I seem to remember reading somewhere that they had prototype colour models, supplied by the BBC. These may be them. I also seem to remember reading that George didn´t own a tv in the 60s. John, of course, had multiple teles, on constantly.

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  1. This Television Set was the Loewe Opta Color TV - introduced in early 1967

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  2. That information is going to be very useful for something amazing which is in the works....Watch this space!

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  3. I think george did have a TV just because Pattie said in an interview that her and George always watched Laugh-in.

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