Wednesday, September 21, 2011

WOYWW 1960

Well, not really 1960
but they're filming on Amber's street again.
And television land is pretending it is 1960.

The dead giveaway isn't the camera's or the girls in blue,
but the prices on this cab...
So when you are watching the premiere of
the Pan Am girls
Will it be coffee or will it be tea?
(photos from pardonmeforasking)

Check out the real numbers (120 I think) at 

26 comments:

voodoo vixen said...

I want to watch that show... think it will be great and now I can say that I know someone who knows someone who lives on the street that the... yeah.. maybe a tentative link eh? LOL
Thing is... when I started flying that's what the stewardesses looked like!!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

How FUN that you get to see the making of that show. Or at least a part of it anyway. It was as much fun as seeing a well tended desk.

Crafting Time said...

I havent heard of this show, but it must be interesting watching the filming, you've got some geat pictures to scrap too.
Helen x

Sarah said...

how fab to see that being filmed - I'm drooling over the clothes already! Thanks for sharing your desk today...
Sarah ( at 1)

Doone said...

good shots...


The virgin girls still look great

must keep my eyes open for the film...

Spyder said...

oh what fun! Have a fun with your crafting
HappyWoyWW
((Lyn)

jude said...

How exciting to see them filming.
But whats on your work desk?Not been up to any Creating this week...lol
well have a happy wedensday and creative week ahead
hugs judex10

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I love dresses like the one worn by the woman on the street - beeyootiful. Unfortunately, with my svelte figure (not!), I'd end up looking like Widow Twankey...LOL xx

Helen said...

Wow! Great to see the inside action...

Susan Flynn said...

Never heard of the show but it looks interesting, love the era I'm a 60's chick (old boiler now)! Will have to look out for it when it comes over here. xx

Neet said...

How fabulous to see all this in action but it was fabulous for me to to see it through your photos. Thanks so much for sharing. Hugs, Neet #7

Neil said...

Looks like fun round yours this week!

famfa said...

Wow how exciting. I've never heard of that film but I shall be keeping an eye out for it now.

Angie said...

What fun to watch it being filmed ...it so makes me feel my age as I remember all these fashions ...I was 12 in 59.

okienurse said...

Did you know that the first stewardesses were actually trained nurses? Learned that in the Florence Nightengale museum in London. I will have to check out Pan Am when it airs. Hope you have a crafty week and thanks for sharing. Vickie

Clare H said...

thats so cool!

Joni Nickrent said...

Very cool...now that's an awesome desk share! Pop Art Minis

Ta Da! Crafts said...

Never heard of it but it must be so interesting being able to watch it all going on, have a happy Wednesday! Mel (43)

Mimi said...

I LOVE the 1960's dresses, love them!

Julia Dunnit said...

Great photos! It must be very tedious for Amber and the car parking thing, but it seems pretty glamorous from this wind blown autumnal looking Wiltshire village! How fun!

pat said...

Going to be fun to see what goes on in the skies. You must have a pretty good view.

Tertia said...

Whay fun to have that at your doorstep!
Happy WOYWW

Amberbop said...

I came home and Christina Ricci was smoking on my stoop.

Kezzy said...

Oh wow how exciting, bet its great to see the filming. Kezzy x

peggy aplSEEDS said...

what an interesting "desk", LOL!

Elizabeth said...

I just loved the 1960s - was a teenager through them and what I'd give to be transported back even for just a few days courtesy of the movie makers. The clothes are just gorgeous. Thanks for sharing these piccies.

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Elizabeth x #125