I propose to justify the title by presenting some sample clips taken from "The Innes book of records".
Firstly, he captures the essence of the Eurovision Song Contest;
His view on elections;
Some classical music? It's a fugue by Bach, BUT...
What do men have on their minds? (Translation issue- "A bit of the other" is an old British euphemism)
"Freedom is the handle on the bucket of the soul". Discuss.
This seems to be an imperfect version of the spaghetti western tribute. It doesn't show the classic moment when the two gunmen facing up for a duel
turn round and shoot the annoying trumpet-player in the background.
He was the urban spaceman.
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When I was old enough to have my own TV I discovered The Innes Book of Records along with Spike Milligan's Q series , The Innes Book of Records was
the weirdest thing I'd seen on TV and although I don't think I understood it it did make I laugh.
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