Comments from 4/01 to 12/01


12/01 - Romaine writes: My husband just showed me this site, i have been waiting 30 years for this.

10/01 - Andy writes: I work quite frequently at Elstree Studios where DD was shot. Does anybody know exactly which stage the main bus was housed in?

9/01 - Dan fron Barnet, England writes: Hello! I was a fan of the Double Deckers as a kid and I really enjoyed looking at your website particularly as I live very near Borehamwood and know it well. It was great to see some pictures of the town showing how it was used in the series. I couldn't identify any of the pictures you had that you hadn't been able to place unfortunately ; I think I'd need to see more than the pictures show. There were a few locations I would like to identify, for instance, where was the place shop that Doughnut went into when he was invisble?
Anyway, if I can help at all please let me know!

8/01 - Franck from France writes: I'm a french fan and I discovered today your great site. I'm 34 years old and I remember the great moments with this faboulus series. Thank for all the text and photos. Here in France the TV canal J give us the 17 parts of the serie called in french "L'autobus à impériale".

7/01 Barbara writes: My name is Barbara, I signed the petition I remember watching this show every weekend, and humming along with the tune. I loved it, though, I can't recall any specific episodes. I do recall watching a movie version, of the show. I saw it in one of my classes, in 4th grade. (1973). I knew it was them, when I saw Tiger! Then I saw Brains, but none of my friends knew what I was talking about, when I asked them if they remembered the show they were on. My sister remembered, we are twins. I can't remember the name of that movie. It was about an hour and a half long, if I remember correctly. The kids were trying to find someone, or something, in an old house, that seemed haunted. It was something like that. I have often wondered at not seeing it in the video stores, and how to get info on the name of it. Perhaps you, or another fan, might remember, and it too, could be put on video. The title of it, did not have 'Double Decker' in it. I wish I could remember. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I hope you can remember, or someone. I am so glad I found the web page, for them. I had been wanting to look it up for some time, but would forget when I got to the computer. I have been busy with my daughter, who is almost a year and a half old. I would like her to enjoy some of the shows I enjoyed.

7/01 Giles from the UK writes: It was tremendous fun to find your site ­ I was beginning to think I had imagined the series, but it was a favourite with a five-year old me. Thank you so much for going to so much trouble with the various pages on the site.. I know that this entails a lot of hard work.
Can I make a suggestion: what I think the site could really benefit from is a "History of the show" section ­ a detailed document that explains how it came to be made, who the financial backers were, how it was filmed. anecdotes from the cast and crew, could there ever be a re-make, etc etc. Could you ­ possibly ­ get the original producer or maybe Harry Booth, if he is still alive, to contribute this for you.

4/01 Sandy writes: THIS SHOW IS TOPS! I hope they decide to release it on video for us long lived fans this side of the Atlantic! It's long overdue! Have a great day!...SEE YOU NEXT WEEK!

4/01 Joe writes: I'm feeling silly for not remembering the exact details of how to get to this site...too many services are not up-to-date in the trivia dept. But I finally found Mr. Dave Anderson's website featuring the beloved Double Deckers via Jeeves and Momma.com This time I have marked it all in every possible way and will not lose track again! I've signed the petition for the videos and will continue all efforts in support of my all-time favorite saturday morning TV show.


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