Welcome to the No. 73 Tribute Films Website!

  

We are Fans of the original 1980's hit Saturday morning tv show, that starred the likes of (Neil Buchanan) (Sandi Toksvig) (Kim Goody) (Andrea Arnold) 
(Frank Sidebottom). The original show was based around a busy house that would feature famous stars and musicians, not forgetting 'The Sandwich quiz'.
The show ran for 8 series between 1982-1988. Look-in magazine featured comic strips and fact files, The famous red door originally had no big yellow balloon 
numbers just some small ones, towards the end of the series the gang moved into a saloon park where the show was Re-titled to 7T3.

As a fan (Ian Harding) I really enjoyed the Show as a child and wanted to bring back No. 73 in a tribute form, Writing scripts, Set Building, Directing, Filming. 
We all met through work, family and friends. The recordings had several locations, Theatre, street, home environment. Rehearsing was fun! full of laughter a 
great experience!!

 'YouTube' Stats 
 'Anytime Anywhere' Part 1                                          (1,345) views 
 'Anytime Anywhere' Part 2                                             (581) views 
 '3 Min Snippet of Tribute to Frank Sidebottom               (640) views 
 'The Roller Skates' Part 1                                              (802) views 
 'The Roller Skates' Part 2                                              (485) views 
 'Slideshow/Gallery of Films'                                           (489) views 
 'The Move'                                                                     (810) views 
 'No. 73' The Cartoon                                                      (430) views 
 'No. 73' Best of the Tributes                                           (178) views 
 No. of Countries Watched                                              (084)          

 Latest News...

July 1st 2013 UPDATE: KL Magazine article on No. 73 Tributes, http://www.klmagazine.co.uk/

May 9th 2013 UPDATE:  'Best of' clips video of the 3 Tribute films! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qC5-qhHriX8

May 5th 2013 Update!, Thank you all for making the first No. 73 Episode 'Anytime Anywhere' PART 1 :
reach 1,131 views!!

EPISODES AND VIDEO LINKS
 
 
Episode #1 'Anytime Anywhere' /January 2010 to June 2010/ A Tribute to No. 73.
Episode #2 'The Roller Skates' /September 2010 to January 2011/ A Tribute to the comedian Frank Sidebottom, No. 73.
Episode #3 'The Move'/ April 2011 to September 2011/ A Third Tribute to No. 73.
 
Watch the Video's on YouTube
 
Links below...
 
'Anytime Anywhere' Part 1   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBIe3I6VDQE
 
'Anytime Anywhere' Part 2   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H32k-7I13MU
 
'The Roller Skates' Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vY0k8pobKFk
 
'The Roller Skates' Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VnKdu1XMsE
 
'The Roller Skates' 3 Minute Snippet   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCgIoqH9brk
 
'The Move' in full the last tribute film of No. 73! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4X6Z6eUf6I0


The Cast
(Neil) Ian Harding/Episode #1+2+3                                             
(Nadia) Christy Chan/Episode #1+2
(Harry) Dougie Ferguson/Episode #1+2
(Kim) Frances Harding/Episode #1+2+3
(Dawn) Ruth McGeown/Episode #1+2
(The Postman) Daniel McCabe/Episode #1
(The Fur Snatcher) Ian Harding/Episode #1
(Frank Sidebottom) Ian Harding/Episode #2
(Martin Edwards) next door neighbour. Jonathan Smith/Episode #3
(Tweep The Puppet Bird) as himself/Episode #3
 
                                                              OLD UPDATES                                                                                


December 8th 2012 Update! All No. 73 video's have been watched in 78 countries now on Youtube, 
including non related No. 73 video's a total of 97 different countries!!

October 6th 2012 'Anytime Anywhere Part 1' has now reached 1,002 views on YouTube!! Thank you everyone for watching!

September 13th 2012 A few more photo's from 'The Move'!

The cartoon cut-outs from 2008, 14 inch cartoon sets!

February 5th 2012 YouTube Hits and 54 different countries tuned in!

January 2012 Celebrates the 30th anniversary of  No. 73!! Whoop.



2nd December 2011 Grandfather Clock that was never used for Episode 3 'The Move' 
was originally going to be situated in the hallway near the telephone. 
The clock had a swinging pendalant.Image below: 
 
 
 
 
16th November 2011 We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who has viewed the
tribute films, with large amounts of fantastic feedback from old fans, forums, original cast members and many from all over the world! Interviews and public screening's: BBC Radio Norfolk, Future Radio Norwich, BBC Film Festival, Puppet Theatre!
 
A wide audience of 48 different countries which of 45 that had not heard of No. 73. Also the media Newspapers for following the stories. A big thank you to everyone involved in making No. 73 fun again!
 
 
24th October 2011 'The Move' in another Newspaper article Link:
 
 
7th October 2011 'The Move' in the NEWS great article written!! link:  http://www.lynnnews.co.uk/lifestyle/lifestyle-and-leisure-news/film_maker_ian_wraps_up_trilogy_1_3126463
 
 
1st October 2011
'The Move' Gallery below!
 
 
 
 1st October 2011 NEW Episode 3 No. 73 'The Move' on Youtube in full link below:
 
24th September 2011 Rehearsel/Photos and some filming started for 'The Move'!
 
30th August 2011 New Image of old Telephone in Hallway.
 
 
 
29th August 2011  'Achoo' will no longer be Episode 3. A new Episode called 'The Move' will
be in it's replace!!
  
16th August 2011 Introducing 'Tweep' The Puppet Bird!!
 
 
5th Aug 2011 'Slideshow' of photographs:
 
5th Aug 2011  Biography's of the Cast complete.
    
New Set Pictures for Episode 3 'The Move'.                                                                           
 
  
  
 
 
 
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