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When Britain acquired colour television in the1960s further innocent delights were in store for children of all ages in the pink knitted form of the Clangers and the striped Bagpuss.
To Harper's credit, he did not alllow this mistake to affect the rest of his game but he watched in dismay as his opposite number in the Spurs goal Paul Robinson also dropped a clanger ( and got away with it.
One reader will win a stuffed, talking Bagpuss and Clangers backpack, while three others will win a Bagpuss video, The Mouse Mill And Other Stories, the complete series two of The Clangers, a whistling Clanger and beanie Bagpuss, as well as a copy of the Encyclopaedia of Cult Children's TV.
The main 'clangers' included forgetting the name of the person who interviewed them, answering the phone using the name of their old company, swearing in front of the new boss and getting lost.
To make the sides of the clanger - cut out a rectangular strip slightly larger than the inside height of the mould.
A website devoted to movie clangers puts Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End in second place with 63 gaffes.
After Pogles' Wood, Postgate decided to join in the spirit of space adventure and just four months after man landed on the moon, The Clangers appeared on our screens.
No 8: DAVID SEAMAN England,1996 WE'RE more used to his legendary goalkeeping howlers, but Ol' Safe Hands dropped a fashion clanger when he wore this jersey against Georgia seven years ago.
In the first episode the Music Tree notes for Tiny Clanger's new melody are blown away by a strong wind.
As for his clanger, Stan said: I feel like Gordon Brown.
HEARTS goalkeeper Craig Gordon dropped a clanger to gift Celtic all three points - and cost bookie Paddy Power pounds 100k.
The Clanger family is headed by Major Clanger, who wears a coat of beaten brass but does not fight.
COLIN CAMERON has the perfect answer to his smart Alec Molineux team-mates who have been ribbing him about his geographical clanger.
The News of the World dropped a clanger yesterday in its football supplement.
And while the England captain's clanger led to his team going out of Euro 2004, and thus ending interest in the tournament amongst thousands of Welsh sports fans, today we reckon Henson can re-whet the appetite for big games.