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Your Top 5 Television Theme Tunes of All Time

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Late 70s early 80s was a golden era for tv theme tunes. Couldn't even fit Blake's Seven or Battle of the Planets onto my list, which I'm gutted about.

 

1. The Professionals 

 

2. The Return of the Saint

 

3. Grange Hill

 

4. Van der Valk

 

5. The Sweeney

 

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2 minutes ago, Rushies tash said:

Late 70s early 80s was a golden era for tv theme tunes. Couldn't even fit Blake's Seven or Battle of the Planets onto my list, which I'm gutted about.

 

1. The Professionals 

 

 

 

 

 

Professionals rep.

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Guest Pistonbroke

Like a lot of those already posted so will add a few new ones.

 

Ski Sunday

MASH

Game Of Thrones

Doctor Who

Rhubarb and Custard 

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30 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

Like a lot of those already posted so will add a few new ones.

 

Ski Sunday

MASH

Game Of Thrones

Doctor Who

Rhubarb and Custard 

MASH and Rhubard Custard rep. Recently been watching MASH on the Sony Channel.

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1 minute ago, Tony Moanero said:

MASH and Rhubard Custard. Recently been watching MASH on the Sony Channel.

 

Classic mate.

 

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