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3 yıl önce

Time Team has come to Blaenafon, South Wales, looking for the world's first railway viaduct. Within 25 years of it being built, it mysteriously disappeared from the landscape. Where has it gone?
Series 8, Episode 5.
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@KCsFunHouse 2 yıl önce
Phil’s joy after they opened the Time Team logo showed so much of the inner child he has! I loved that huge laugh it was fantastic
@YvonneWatson-ff5ex 2 aylar önce
The sad tone in his voice at the end of every dig always gets to me.
@paulcampbell5202 3 yıl önce
I wish Time Team had made a coffee table book of all the lovely colour drawings that Victor did of all the various sites they worked on -I would have bought a copy as soon as it came out!
@Pavewy 3 yıl önce
This is an incredibly good idea. Now that I think about it, I wonder what they did with all of Victor's fantastic drawings?
@Heegaherger 3 yıl önce
@maxschon7709 2 yıl önce
Would be a great idea. In the digital age a book you can hold in you hands it much more interesting.
@richardsanchez9190 2 yıl önce
That be a good way to raise money to revive the show.
@effen_aey_man Yıl önce
Time team- Digs for 3 days and finds nothing Also Time team- Digs for 3 hours on the final day and finds exactly what they were looking for The love you guys have for archeology is infectious and really makes learning these kinds of things fun, I live in America and I would have never known about a lot of the things I've been learning from this show if it wasn't for you guys so thanks
@grantmorrow8179 2 yıl önce
I 'found' this series only a few days ago and have watched several episodes since, each is fascinating. This one, however, sent a shiver up my spine with its ending. Knowing the history of the Welsh miners and their vocal abilities, to hear the choirs, still in fine form, was amazing, even if I am half way around the world. Congrats Tony and the team, splendid work, splendid presentations..
@ThePixel1983 2 yıl önce
Why the quotation marks around "found"? Did the TRshow video "fall off the back of a truck"? 😉
@grantmorrow8179 2 yıl önce
@@ThePixel1983 No, I found/discovered/came across it. Although it was not lost, found is an appropriate way to describe the method by which I was able to view it.
@YannaTarassi Yıl önce
Welcome to the Time Team Family! :)
@guinevere4365 Yıl önce
I’ve watched hundreds of episodes since finding them decades ago-it is a part of my life now at 75-family!!
@rhus36 2 yıl önce
This is the only time team that’s made me truly sad. Not only did the industrial revolution completely change every aspect of that landscape, people’s homes were covered with thousands of tons of garbage and a valley was lost forever.
@tamcon72 2 yıl önce
As an environmentalist, this one gave me enormous anxiety. So much garbage. So much. Obliterating valleys.
@PtolemyJones 2 yıl önce
Wow, Victor is simply amazing, so talented. Unsung in this show, but he adds so much to it. And I think I have now seen Phil involved the three different kinds of metal working.
@kaptainkaos1202 Yıl önce
I absolutely adore Sir Tony. I love how he breaks down the facts so it’s understandable and relatable. Also whenever he is around children I love how engaging he is with them.
@annemiekevaneijkeren4486 10 aylar önce
A railway viaduct was constructed in 1790; the structure disappeared and was unearthed in a 2001 episode of the archaeology television programme Time Team.[11] The Pontypool and Blaenavon Railway is a scenic attraction rich in geological and historical interest. Blaenavon lost both of its passenger railway stations - Blaenavon High Level station closed in 1941, and the last train from Blaenavon (Low Level) (to Newport via Pontypool Crane Street) ran in April 1962. The lower line had already been closed for more than a year before the Beeching Axe took place. The lower line's passenger service was among many in Gwent (Monmouthshire) which Ministry of Transport de-classified papers reveal were axed because of rail congestion in the Newport area following the newly opened Llanwern steelworks.
@MsFitz134 Yıl önce
This was particularly interesting to me as a few years back I discovered that there is an entire mining town buried near my home. Similar story although much more recent (1940s or so): when the mine area had been exhausted they needed to move about a half mile to a new deposit. They simply took anything worth reusing out of the homes and buried them (and an extensive rail system from the 1800s) in slag and rubble from the new mine. I've always been interested to know what the landscape used to look like before it was mined out and then buried, but only a couple sketches exist.
@aserta Yıl önce
Italy has a bunch of villages and coal mines like that from the 80's. So the practice is perfectly alive today.
@draven3838 3 yıl önce
This was an awesome video for that viaduct to survive under all the weight of waste rubble and dirt is a true testament to how good of a quality of work they did back then. Amazing
@jim3394 3 yıl önce
Part of the reason I love this show is the unapologetic glorification of total nerds and geeks, which I love :)
@josephdelisle73 3 yıl önce
To bad every 2 minutes a commercial this is more than cable TV 🤨
@jeeleal5084 3 yıl önce
@@josephdelisle73 use opera browser as it has a bloody good ad blocker that blocks ALL of youtube adverts, not to mention its powerful built in VPN
@tazclnsts7093 3 yıl önce
@@josephdelisle73 fast forward through whole video then hit replay. most if not all ads disappear 😉
@richardsanchez9190 2 yıl önce
They have a certified Geake too
@paul1fuz 2 yıl önce
@@tazclnsts7093 you da real mvp.
@RamblinJer 2 yıl önce
My great grandfather was 11 years old when he went into the coal mines. He'd only been working for 2 weeks when a rockfall crushed his dad, my 2nd great grandfather. His dad broke his back and was bedridden for about 2 weeks before he died. That was in 1903 and not my only grandfather or relative killed in the mines.
@ivanolsen7966 Yıl önce
sorry .... seems meaningless ...... but I hear you
@YvonneWatson-ff5ex 2 aylar önce
Our great grandfathers lived hard lives. I lost 2 3rd great grandfathers in the American civil war, one from measles and another who survived the war only to drown in the Mississippi River walking home from the war when less than 50 miles from home. It hurt my heart to read about yours. We have it easy compared to them. 😢
@ruthfarlow2892 Yıl önce
My parents and I spent so many happy years watching Time Team. Sadly they are both gone now but I still enjoy watching past episodes
@BIendtecc Aylar önce
Waaat :(
@goodpplz123 Yıl önce
I’m addicted to time team. I can’t stop watching episodes since I discovered it. I wish US TV was like this. Normal, unpretentious people uncovering the vast history of the Isles. I’ve learned so much. I can identify Roman Samian ware by sight now. I am now planning a trip to England in the future to see all the wonderful archaeology and museums. Thank you to Tony,Mick(RIP), Phil, Carenza, Stuart, Victor, Guy, Raksha, and so many more wonderful intelligent people. You actually learn from this show compared to all the fake stuff on The “History” Channel, Discovery, and The “Learning” Channel.
@Case2_0 Yıl önce
A good show is Restoration Road on Magnolia Network. It just started and it’s a guy going around documenting historic buildings being restored and a lot of them use the old ways to do it.
@graceamerican3558 Yıl önce
@@Case2_0 Thank you. I’ll have to look that up.
@graceamerican3558 Yıl önce
Time Team makes me want to skip to the Isles and follow them around with a trowel. 😅
@karenklnck1377 11 aylar önce
Something that showed up in the 'related episodes' on the side (that I haven't had time to chase down yet) is something called American Time Team. They only list 2 4-part (8 shows?) episodes, but there may be more. Part of America's problem, though, is that we've tended to destroy past works as unimportant until fairly recently. A lot of times there's maybe a line in some unread tome, if that.
@Sean_Coyne 2 yıl önce
What a fabulous episode. I found all of this totally fascinating, and the Welsh choir at the end brought tears to my eyes.
@philroberts7238 11 aylar önce
The Welsh choir had the same effect on me....very strange! I think it may have had something to do with the triumph of the human spirit to rise above truly dreadful circumstances. (Communal Socialism transcending rapacious Capitalism possibly.)
@Gremriel 3 yıl önce
Time Team, the people who can make digging up a massive landfill entertaining.
@jdunaway38 3 yıl önce
I have been obsessed with your Time Team, I absolutely love it!! This episode rocked, unbelievable that you guys actually FOUND IT!! Pure awesomeness from a fan in Washington State, USA
@musicscores439 3 yıl önce
Same bro, it was so cool when they lowered a camera in there and we could actually see what was inside! I would kill to see the whole thing excavated!
@jdunaway38 3 yıl önce
Louie Butterworth right?!? And I’m a woman bro Lol. It’s cool
@stiannobelisto573 3 yıl önce
@@jdunaway38 😂😂
@charleseinarson 3 yıl önce
Make that 2 from Washington that love this show!
@thequeendt 2 yıl önce
Make that 3 from Washington ! :)
@maxschon7709 2 yıl önce
Again a huge "Thumbs up" for Tony. He asked always those right questions the viewerv would also ask them just now seening the show. Who do we this when we looking for this??? Best moderators are representing the viewers and Tony did that!
@tommink8379 2 yıl önce
Tony does have an obvious interest and expertise in representing the layman even after years of experience... but I wonder how much footage was edited to produce a coherent narrative. You can spot the nudges when there's graphics and voice overs added later
@aserta Yıl önce
@@tommink8379 Hey, they saved Star Wars (the original) in the editing room, so the editors and those who direct them are an integral part. Can't always get the right words, answers, and they'd lose hours if they tried to direct everything on site. Already, the show loses a lot of time because it was made for TV. In three days, had it been just for the digs, they would uncover quite a bit more.
@ingaborlowski1536 6 aylar önce
What an exciting edge of your seat episode. So glad they found the viaduct in the end. Wonderful television programming 😊
@sharonwhiteley6510 2 yıl önce
I love the Choral Group at the end. If you ever watched the classic HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY, the miners always sang on their way home.
@Dovietail 2 yıl önce
I really like the industrial age content. It's different and very interesting!
@rayshowsay1749 2 yıl önce
A bit of industrial archeology more often rather than just about exclusively medieval and pre-medieval archeology during the series would have been welcome by many i"m sure.
@PtolemyJones 2 yıl önce
Wow, that was epic. Certainly one I would like to see the results of if/when later archaeologists clear more of it.
@stephenkayser3147 Yıl önce
The most impressive hole ever dug by Time Team and proof of their faith and skill (and desperation) I believe. Local knowledge is always helpful (mostly). I agree with many of the comments below. I wish I had a book of Victor's drawings. It would also be nice to share a pint with Phil. I look forward to the new dig on the new Time Team.
@donnal.oglesby4806 2 yıl önce
I have recently, over the last month or so gotten hooked on this show, and loving and being as interested in history as I have always been, along with Archeology, this show is perfect. I end up watching two or three of them every night before bed:-)after all that digging... they actually finally found it and one of the small homes of the workers, which is also very important cause we are ALL walking history.. WTG time team!
@KCsFunHouse 2 yıl önce
I just love this show! I wish the US looked at our history so realistically, the good and the bad.
@nicolejosan6364 Yıl önce
What would one unearth in the US? Arrowheads? All the history in "the old world" is... well OLD :) In the new world, there is only a LOT of history in south America, but near to nothing in the US.
@nicolawebb6025 Yıl önce
@@nicolejosan6364 nonsense, of course there's stuff to find. Wherever there have been people there is archeology and history
@nicolejosan6364 Yıl önce
@@nicolawebb6025 leather and wood are difficult to find though.
@richardtorz2164 3 yıl önce
I seen where Wales finally unearthed the entire tramway viaduct there, in all it's glory, it is a majestic sight to see in pictures, would love one day to see it up front and personal.
@suppersdinner119 2 yıl önce
Do you have a link to photos?
@michaelomalley1856 2 yıl önce
well they filled it in so where are these photo's you speak of?
@nicolejosan6364 Yıl önce
This particular site hasn't been excavated again till now. Maybe at some time in the future they will get around to do it, but I doubt it.
@kurenable Yıl önce
what a great episode! I was worried something so 'recent' wouldn't be that interesting, and I was wrong!
@jasulimaatsuli1472 Yıl önce
Wonderful and always curious to know ..... What a spirit teamwork you're done ....
@ThePixel1983 2 yıl önce
Weird how a *bridge* that's *still standing* can be too deep underground to explore... 🤯
@barryansell5981 10 aylar önce
The time team has done another absolutely incredible job of locating a large piece of English history. Do we know why on earth it was buried.? and so deep. Perhaps it should be called Gobekli Tepe #3.It would be so good were able it to be restored to its former glory
@crowznest438 2 yıl önce
Wow. Mystery, history, reproducing old crafts. It's all good!
@kristic4472 3 yıl önce
this was way cool, and they all remind me of the archeologist versions of Crocodile Hunter with all their enthusiasm!! I would love to see the whole viaduct, but I would like to learn more about that little girl who was killed collecting iron-ore.
@kristic4472 3 yıl önce
He said 13
@dakotashea3561 3 yıl önce
Would love to see them go back and uncover the site
@christydowns783 3 yıl önce
I would love a follow up on the sites that Time Team worked on
@d.d.d.a.a.a.n.n.n 3 yıl önce
I would love for Tony and some of the others to do a show revisiting some of the sites and updating the ones that have been more fully explored since they were first filmed
@w250x 3 yıl önce
I'd love full seasons, site specific, from discovery to fully uncovered.
@acmejia 2 yıl önce
I just looked up the area on google maps. Unfortunately there is no trace of the archaeology dig. It's all covered up again (the episode aired in 2001 according to a comment):,-3.0904304,207a,58.9y,5.58t/data=!3m1!1e3
@mcanta2898 2 yıl önce
@@acmejia I think the reason they did that was to protect the site. they know where it is, and can find it again if need be, but underground, the structure would be relatively protected from the elements and could remain undisturbed and original, with no need of structural renovation and maintenance.
@jdsetter 10 aylar önce
Wow, i love it when TT works in the West Country and South Wales, where my ancestry is mostly from. This was totally enthralling as my Grandfather was born in Abertillery from Welsh mining stock. So this is only 5 or 6 km from my ancestral home I would think, quite possibly had ancestors working the mine.
@kasie680 2 aylar önce
How cool that they had someone who had seen the place, it’s like ripping someone from the Bronze Age to help them! No one’s usually alive that’s seen these places
@barryyoung6159 7 aylar önce
I read below from James White " Normal, unpretentious people uncovering the vast history of the Isles" and from J Im "Part of the reason I love this show is the unapologetic glorification of total nerds and geeks" . The Tony, Phil, Mick era is some of the most wonderful television I've seen. It is the record of "a kind of magic" that occurs very rarely. The program doesn't stop at the entertainment and engagement it offers. It has been responsible for uncovering so much previously unknown information about the history of the UK (and sometimes other countries), a great investment and return. I am delighted to see John, Stewart, Carenza, Matt and the rest of the team members both old and new in new episodes ⭐
@BlitzMekanika 2 yıl önce
The size of that hole and the heavy machinery. This had to be one of the most expensive if not the most expensive time team dig on record.
@mermeridian2041 3 yıl önce
Love seeing the photos of the workers - really nice touch.
@damianranger6910 Yıl önce
Absolutely fascinating. Thank you from Oregon!
@CanChikMay 2 yıl önce
Incredible! Well done timeteam!!
@Brinta3 Yıl önce
This industralisation of England and the ruining of the landscape is what inspired Tolkien to write about Orthanc and the Scouring of the Shire.
@derrickguffey4775 23 gün önce
A rather enjoyable episode. As always Phil and his humor are some of the best parts.
@Graybaggins 10 aylar önce
Every bit as interesting as your stuff covering several thousands of years ago. Love yer work.
@inyobill 11 aylar önce
So we go from "We don't even know where the valley was" to: "We're establixhing the bounds of the valeey" with no transition. Magic.
@mikecozart2505 2 yıl önce
I'm amazed that viaduct ceiling can support all that top fill.
@garyjene9146 3 yıl önce
Now that you have the orientation established, if you wait for a year or 2 before making another dig, you might be able to find the side. That would make for another fine episode to have another dig.
@proudvirginian 3 yıl önce
Considering they originally filmed this 20 years ago, I'd say another dig is probably not going to happen. It's amazing how long this show lasted
@laurachapple6795 9 aylar önce
Tony was fond of describing Time Team as 'a bunch of hippies digging a hole', so as the biggest hole they ever dug, this episode must be the peak of Time Team.
@YvonneWatson-ff5ex 2 aylar önce
“I think I might chuck it down piece by piece “ had me laughing out loud. 😂
@Venexea 2 yıl önce
🛑🛑 The new team NEEDS to come and revisit this site for sure!!
@seanpaula8924 Yıl önce
One thing I have learned from Time Team is, any 2 out of 3 days in Great Britain, plan on rain. Easy for the weatherman. ☔☔🌞
@granttaylor3697 3 yıl önce
It would be good if Tony and team could go back a year from now to do follow up. Sometimes 3 days is too short amount of time to do all the work required as in this case.
@beastshawnee4987 3 yıl önce
This was the weirdest one for me... Industrial rubble just dumped willy nilly over the entire apologies for lack of foresight into the planet’s ruination...Stuff is old but not very old. Puts perspective on how fast things change for sure.
@mescko 2 yıl önce
When you look at how tall that viaduct was, and how far down they had to dig just to get to the TOP of it, you realize how much rubble it took to bury it that deep. You couldn't possibly expose the entire thing--it would take a decade or more, even with those diggers. They basically filled up the entire valley:
@eliseluttrell9073 3 yıl önce
yes i love time team uploads!! im probably about 50% through the entire series
@corbinbacon9043 3 yıl önce
Iv watched it probably four or five times through and still doesn't get old. Not only the archeology but watching the relationships grow over 20 years is something impressive as well for me. Cheers
@lourias 3 yıl önce
I would be done with the series if the number of commercials did not exceed that of normal TV. Oh wait... I said that wrong. I would be done with the series if it had fewer commercials than regular TV. Just a mere 15 minutes, and there were 5 breaks for commercials!!!! Nope. Too much for me.
@classiclife7204 2 yıl önce
I like the elderly couple arguing about where they used to live
@nellinightshade3358 Yıl önce
binge watching these. love history, and this feeds the beast.
@kimbarnes378 2 yıl önce
I love time team ,my fellow Brits , great series, to watch be great Britain, love you guys. 👍😊🇬🇧
@ThePzrLdr 2 yıl önce
Wow... shades of my life! I ran a cupola for 15 years till retirement in Aug. of 2020. Nothing has changed from back then till today. The ingredients, fuel used, how it was loaded... it's all the same.
@frenchjr25 3 yıl önce
This would be an amazing site to do a complete dig.
@mjrussell414 3 yıl önce
That’s so cool that they got enough local ore to make the iron.
@justacrocodile9486 2 yıl önce
I loved seeing the Time Team logo that was made first, and then the iron wheel, just have to marvel at how simple it looked to make even though getting the exact amount of stone right as well as the temperature, had to be absolutely exact. I felt the same excitement and delight that Phil expressed as the iron poured out into the mould, and then was uncovered after it cooled to reveal the iron object.
@kerriefearby9542 6 gün önce
The heros (in every sense of the word) of this episode were the digger operators. Blooming dangerious work!
@paulgartner4619 3 yıl önce
love every episode, but this is a great one
@BlackIjs 3 yıl önce
This beats the hell out of Geraldo Rivera's search for Al Capone's vault!
@alisapugh1474 2 yıl önce
@lancehunziker5725 2 yıl önce
Phil could find Hoffa.
@richardwhite3177 2 yıl önce
@RamblinJer 2 yıl önce
I almost forgot about that, lol
@karenklnck1377 11 aylar önce
The only thing Rivera digs for is sensationalism.
@heatherdickau5335 3 yıl önce
What happens after the show? Do they fill the trenches back in or do the excavate the sites completely?
@conradfisher2563 2 yıl önce
Enjoying the dig and wondering when Phil uncovers some flints.
@cautionTosser 3 yıl önce
look how pleased they are making that wheel. i wanna make a wheel!
@mattsmith8160 Yıl önce
I wish they had more than three days every episode. lol
@KevinBReynolds 2 yıl önce
Why do we never get to see more of the after party? :(
@kevinmccarthy8746 Yıl önce
I predict 60 feet down easily. The picture they showed earlier of the Via-Duc looked huge so I ,believe people just might have robbed these stones as well for a local church or wall construction.
@UberGrunk 3 yıl önce
Well, it's not lost anymore! You can clearly see in the thumbnail that Tony has found it!
@baz44331 3 yıl önce
Love this show
@HistoricResurgency 3 yıl önce
The ads on the iPhone YT app were insufferable. So, I downloaded an ad blocker and watched on my web browser. Definitely worth it. For an American historian, these British shows are like a breath of air to a suffocating man.
@jesikebiking Yıl önce
What I don't understand is how could the top of the viaduct be so far down in the dirt when it was hundreds of feet high = hat took a lot of filling in
@MoeElliot Yıl önce
I miss Tony, Phil and Mick....
@lauragolanch7295 9 aylar önce
Oh you brought me to tears when you found the tramway!!!
@madaug5101 3 yıl önce
Thank you, I enjoyed this very much.
@nickg8424 2 yıl önce
good job! perserverance (sp) and preperation = luck well done!
@giovanni4070 3 yıl önce
All I can think of when hearing viaduct is the Groucho and Chico Marx routine . Groucho is explaining viaduct to Chico and Chico keeps asking " Why a duck ?" sidesplitting repartee ensues.
@johnstevenson9956 3 yıl önce
I don't know why a duck, I'm a stranger here myself...
@alexd5028 3 yıl önce
Why a no chicken?
@skivvy3565 10 aylar önce
Stewart to the rescue once again!
@bassnut57 3 yıl önce
Looking at that very last rendering shot, maybe they should have approached the excavation sideways instead of down.
@wheeler2581 3 yıl önce
my grand father is from England John Wheeler and still has family out there i believe.England to me reminds me of the Canada i was brought up in. cheer's boy's!
@tamcon72 2 yıl önce
This was filmed in Wales?
@neildudley5446 3 yıl önce
Awesome, the best one yet.
@mgbforme23 Aylar önce
I'd love to know if the viaduct has been further excavated .
@Zuckerpuppekopf 3 yıl önce
Didn't the railway make maps of their track? Check with the railway for historical maps, or check any historical map collection. Both the rail line and viaduct may have been mapped. Usually there is a town or some other landmark that may not have changed over time for reference. Indeed, finally after 20 mins and many holes dug, they look at a map.
@LordNebulos 3 yıl önce
In terms of more modern passenger/cargo lines you'd likely be correct. But this being an old (built before even the first steam locomotives were invented) mine railway transporting nothing but ore from the mines to the smelters (nothing connected to a larger railway network), I would guess there is not much in terms of maps around. The one they had present, which did not seem to help a lot, was just a map detailing the area back then. Clearly, that place changed a lot.
@hatsuharuboi Yıl önce
Imagine how much deep the hole to find the bottom of the valley...
@maxschon7709 2 yıl önce
Britian got the motherland of the industrial revolution BECAUSE of the French revolution. The need for casting iron skyrocket and that is the time such mines were very lucrative. After the Napoleon wars a lot crashed and it took some years till the demand of the fabric industry had same level of need for coal as the casting had needed.
@richardpage9474 3 yıl önce
Yep, during the night one daring man or woman drew the short straw. Geared up, roped up and went into the hole. Nobody's leaving that without taking a real peek inside.
@kaykay4038 2 yıl önce
Omg.. i jus seen an earlier espoide where he was younger and had hair! Must say that is either commitment or a real hobby. Either way like the show!! Thanks for the uploads!
@donaldfinch1411 2 yıl önce
I started to cry when they sent the camera down into it. YAY!
@DavidSmith-yx7kn Yıl önce
Imagine what they could do now with Drones.
@tazclnsts7093 3 yıl önce
Why do they only allow 3 days for each exploration? I'd love to see more 🤔
@pollyrg97 2 yıl önce
Apparently virtually everyone involved had a day job. They took a long weekend, went hard, and went back to their 'real' job on Monday.
@Tsass0 3 yıl önce
Would LIDAR be the type of tech. that would be able to reveal industrial structures buried like this?
@greghammer4000 2 yıl önce
how did the viaduct get buried that far under ground?
@nevillemignot1681 6 aylar önce
I just would love John Gator for just once to say how easy it will be for his Geophis gadgets will find it easy to find things. Oh dear i better stop, i'm starting to sound like Phil!
@kevvymetal666 10 aylar önce
wow , quite the graphic description of that little girl's death.
@soniahamilton9914 2 yıl önce
The choir sounded wonderful!!
@karenklnck1377 11 aylar önce
They're playing'Men of Harlech' and I'm singing "Woad", which I learned not in England (it appeared in the 1925 British Boy Scouts' Manual) but from a happy bunch of drunks at an SF convention in the US. I don't thinkI've ever heard the *words*to Men of Harlech!
@Zenas521 3 yıl önce
Well that was a classy ending. nice.
@fredferd965 10 aylar önce
Darn it! Chico Marx kept asking that question through the entire movie, but never got an answer... Why a Duck? They just kept ignoring him.
@georgeb.wolffsohn30 Yıl önce
i wish they had given credit to the chorus and band that played us out at the end.
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