The Footage Detectives S2E60 8 January 2023 on Talking Pictures TV

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Tonight (Sunday 8 January 2023), Talking Pictures TV broadcasts an episode of the series The Footage Detectives!

Season 2 Episode 60 Episode Summary

Who can remember their first money box after watching this week’s amazing footage of 1960s caravans? We look at a well-known dance band, but who are they? and we have footage for all you vintage rail enthusiasts.

What Time is the Episode On?

The episode of The Footage Detectives will be broadcast on January 8 2023 on Talking Pictures TV at 5:00 PM.

Is the Episode New?

The episode of The Footage Detectives is all new!

The Footage Detectives Cast & Stars

Main Cast
Noel Cronin
Mike Read

Episode Videos & Previews


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The Footage Detectives Series Information

Mike Read joins Talking Pictures TV founder Noel Cronin on his quest to track down old films, footage and programmes. They investigate footage from film cans found in lofts and garages and discuss locations, studios and all things film.

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1 Response

  1. Robin Smith says:

    Regarding the dance band and singer at the end of the show, this is proving to be a bit of a brain teaser and my internet research has only produced limited results.
    I believe the dance band to be the George Hall orchestra which had a residency at the Taft Hotel, Washington for several years; it was otherwise known as the Dawn Patrol after the name of their regular singer Dolly Dawn, who later had the orchestra gifted to her by George Hall. I believe this is the band shown in the clip as if you pause the recording you can clearly see the letter D P on the drums, hence the Dawn Patrol. The singer however neither looks like or sounds like Dolly Dawn, so my best guess is that they had a guest singer for this particular performance. The singer has a striking resemblance to Jean Harlow – perhaps someone else can come up with a name? !!

    A great film clip by the way, keep up the good work.

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