mainly tourist waiters in the post war years, every trip to new york, we would buy american gear, and back in liverpool, we be in the pubs all dressed up with packs of luckies or pall mall, change left on the bar, we thought we were the cat's whiskers, but even to day 50 odd years later we still take a pride in our appearance.Ok all you guys who out there can claim to be ..."A Cunard Yank"..and what is your definition..?..............john g...ex cunard-brocklebank 1965-1972 but I think the story starts well before my time.
Saw that film so many times on the ????? we ended up playing it backwards knew all the tunes same goes for "Sweet Charity". Today the younger generation look at me like I'm crazy when I quote bit from those films........anyone wlse got films locked in their minds ??Geez - is Tommy Steele still going? I remember watching him in "Half a Sixpence" on the Mahsud I think - another blockbuster from Cattermouls (spelling?)