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UK Hovis ad 1970s

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Subject: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: TheBigPinkLad
Date: 03 Oct 03 - 05:03 PM

There was a TV ad for Hovis bread in the 1970s in the UK that used a Dvorjak piece in the background (brass band) and had a voiceover that went something like "We went down to the shops, me Mam and me. It was just after the war ..." I saw this ad in Durham and in Scotland and the dialect was Geordie and Scots respectively so perhaps it aired everywhere with local accents.

Can anyone remember the exact words of the voiceover?


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Folkiedave
Date: 03 Oct 03 - 05:10 PM

NO.but Tony Capstick had a great hit taking the mickey out of it!!

Dave
www.collectorsfolk.co.uk


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Phot
Date: 03 Oct 03 - 05:20 PM

Nay lad,..........but it were a greet ride down t I'll...........

I remember it with a Yorkshire Accent, but the setting seemed to be Clovelly, any thoughts?

Wassail! Chris


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 03 Oct 03 - 05:24 PM

It was actually Golds Hill in Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Hovis were pretty good and donated a lot of money towards the restoration and upkeep of the cobbled hill. It's a pedestrian area now, and has the most amazing views out over the county.

The hill has been used by lots of different film companies over the years, including the animated version of 'The BFG'.

The accent was supposed to be Yorkshire.

LTS


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: mouldy
Date: 04 Oct 03 - 03:50 AM

Yes, it was the lovely Joe Gladwin (sadly no more) who played Wally, Nora Batty's husband in "Last of the Summer Wine", doing the voiceover.

And I have an LP with the Tony Capstick version on it - "Capstick Comes Home".

Andrea


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 04 Oct 03 - 04:30 AM

Ah, thee cloth-eared, haddock faced old wazzock - I remember it well!

LTS


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Trevor
Date: 04 Oct 03 - 05:17 AM

I can't track down he original voiceover, but here's the parody, and here's a piccy. (And the music is the Largo from Symphony No 9, The New World)
:

THE HOVIS ADVERT (Parody)
by
Tony Capstick
I'll never forget that first day at t'pit.
Me an' mi father worked a 72 hour shift, then wi walked home 43 mile through t'snow in us bare feet, huddled inside us clothes med out o' old sacks.
Eventually we trudged over t'hill until wi could see t'street light twinklin' in our village.
Mi father smiled down at mi through t'icicles hangin' off his nose. "Nearly home now lad", he said.
We stumbled into t'house and stood there freezin' cold and tired out, shiverin' and miserable, in front o' t' meagre fire.
Any road, mi mam says "Cheer up, lads. I've got you some nice brown bread and butter for yer tea."
Ee, mi father went crackers. He reached out and gently pulled mi mam towards 'im by t'throat. "You big fat, idle ugly wart", he said. "You gret useless spawny-eyed parrot-faced wazzock." ('E had a way wi words, mi father. He'd bin to college, y'know). "You've been out playin' bingo all afternoon instead o' gettin' some proper snap ready for me an' this lad", he explained to mi poor, little, purple-faced mam.
Then turnin' to me he said "Arthur", (He could never remember mi name), "here's half a crown. Nip down to t'chip 'oyl an' get us a nice piece o' 'addock for us tea. Man cannot live by bread alone."
He were a reyt tater, mi father.
He said as 'ow workin' folk should have some dignity an' pride an' self respect, an' as 'ow they should come home to summat warm an' cheerful.
An' then he threw mi mam on t'fire.
We didn't 'ave no tellies or shoes or bedclothes.
We med us own fun in them days.
Do you know, when I were a lad you could get a tram down into t'town, buy three new suits an' an ovvercoat, four pair o' good boots, go an' see George Formby at t'Palace Theatre, get blind drunk, 'ave some steak an' chips, bunch o' bananas an' three stone o' monkey nuts an' still 'ave change out of a farthing.
We'd lots o' things in them days they 'aven't got today - rickets, diptheria, Hitler and my, we did look well goin' to school wi' no backside in us trousers an' all us little 'eads painted purple because we 'ad ringworm.
They don't know they're born today!!!


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Keith A of Hertford
Date: 04 Oct 03 - 07:26 AM

The hill was also in Far From The Madding Crowd. Terence Stamp as Sergeant Troy led his troop of cavalry down it.


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Blowzabella
Date: 04 Oct 03 - 08:51 AM

And The New Scorpion band are pictured there on the cover of their CD 'Folksongs & Tunes from the British Isles' - AND I went there on my holidays this year and had MY photo taken there too!


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: GUEST,skippy
Date: 04 Oct 03 - 05:51 PM

I came down that first day after the war and there it was on't table all brown and hot and steamin' & ma dad said "I'll kill that bloody dog"!


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: mouldy
Date: 05 Oct 03 - 02:34 AM

A friend of mine was there a couple of weeks ago on holiday, and she said that what amazed her was how many people visiting the place actually seemed to ignore it, and just didn't take the time out to stop and look at the scene for a few minutes.

She showed me photographs - it looks so different in bright sunlight!

Andrea


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 05 Oct 03 - 02:48 AM

It was in 'Far from the Madding Crowd' (and I presume you are talking about the Alan Bates/Julie Christie/Terence Stamp version) because the whole film was made on location in many of the real places that are used in the book. Shaftesbury was know as 'Shaston' and Bathsheba Everdene's manor was a real house, the Druce estate manor near Puddletown (Hardy's 'Weatherbury'). The road which Fanny walked into Casterbridge (really Dorchester) has changed a little, but the last stretch of it and the railings she counted her way along up to the Greys Bridge at the bottom of the town, were still there the last time I was.

It strikes me that half the world now think that Yorkshire is made entirely of steep cobbled hills and ethereal brass bands playing that traditional Yorkshire tune: 'We are going home', when in actual fact it's a Dorset hill and a melodic line about America.... (We aren't even going to start a discussion on why all Yorkshiremen are supposed to wear green knitted hats, wellies, bits of string or flat caps and 'dirty old man' raincoats).

LTS


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Keith A of Hertford
Date: 05 Oct 03 - 06:49 AM

Poor Fanny, dragging herself to the workhouse as she went into labour.
And, book or film, the opening of her coffin, surely the most powerful scene ever.


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Fiolar
Date: 05 Oct 03 - 09:27 AM

Folks may be interested to know that Tony Capstick has a fairly regular appearance in "Last of the Summer Wine" with the role of one of the policemen in the car.


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Alba
Date: 05 Oct 03 - 10:52 AM

I remember those adverts well. Try here TBPL: Hovis Ads
JD:>)


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Geoff the Duck
Date: 05 Oct 03 - 11:22 AM

Liz - Never you mind what I do with my dirty old raincoat and my bits of string...

He wor a grreat baker wor our dad.
He use to think nowt of getting us all up at four in the morning to watch the bread rise.
Mind you -
We didn't think much of it either...

He used to get us up and make us watch to make sure the dough wor kneaded properly.
We wor Yer-Hovis Witnesses...

The Grumbleweeds (Leeds based comic troupe) used to do some excellent parodies of those adverts. Joe Gladwin was also a regular guest on their radio show.
Quack!
GtD.


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: LesB
Date: 05 Oct 03 - 11:59 AM

I remember it well because there was a single released by a group (who's name I forget) with the lyrics or title 'Smokey Blue ran away' to the same tune & I bought it for my girlfriend at the time.

Cheers
Les


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: GUEST,Sherrie and Richard
Date: 25 Feb 09 - 01:24 PM

Hi We kinda need your help, Our nan is dieing and the song she wanted for her funeral is the hovis advert song, but we can't find any song with lyrics anywhere!!!! She has only got a few weeks left and we need to sort it out for her, just don't know what to do or how to go about it!! it would be lovely if it were by a female singer, as she heard the song sang by a female singer once!! PLEASE HELP!!!Been EVERYWHERE on internet!!! Maybe you could help us find what we need?? Just don't know what to do!! .. x Please reply to richardjbryant@hotmil.com


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Terry McDonald
Date: 25 Feb 09 - 02:03 PM

Put 'Smokey Blues Away' into Google and you'll find the song, including a YouTube clip by 'Muffin.'


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Bill S from Adelaide
Date: 25 Feb 09 - 09:40 PM

Last time I was at Golds Hill a couple of years ago there was a very large Hovis loaf at the top.
Capstick Comes Home is in my repertoire somewhere, now you remind me.
Bill


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Bonnie Shaljean
Date: 26 Feb 09 - 04:19 AM

If my memory is correct (because I'm only using my own recollections) and if I am understanding Sherrie and Richard's question correctly, I think the song you want is the old spiritual hymn Going [or Goin'] Home. The melody I seem to remember the brass band playing was the one used for this, which is the theme from the "New World" Symphony (Symphony No.9, Op.95 'From The New World') by Dvorak. You can probably hear it on YouTube (www.youtube.com)

The old traditional hymn words sung to this are here (not sure the verse-breaks are all in the right place but the lyrics are complete):

GOIN' HOME

Goin' home, goin' home, I'm a goin' home;
Quiet-like, some still day, I'm just goin' home.
It's not far, just close by,
Through an open door;
Work all done, care laid by,
Goin' to fear no more.

Mother's there 'spectin' me,
Father's waitin' too;
Lots o' folk gather'd there,
All the friends I knew,
All the friends I knew.
Home, I'm goin' home!

Nothin lost, all is gain,
No more fret nor pain,
No more stumblin' on the way,
No more longin' for the day,
Going to roam no more!

Mornin' star lights the way,
Restless dream all done;
Shadows gone, break o' day,
Real life just begun.

There's no break, there's no end,
Just a livin' on;
Wide awake, with a smile
Goin' on and on.

Goin' home, goin' home, I'm just goin' home,
It's not far, just close by
Through an open door.
I'm a goin' home,
I'm just goin'
Goin' home, goin' home, goin' home


If you click the two links at the bottom of this message you'll find two more Mudcat threads about this song. I'm very sorry to hear about your Nan, and hope this beautiful spiritual will bring some comfort.

http://www.mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=9760#64329

http://www.mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=2103#7712


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: davyr
Date: 26 Feb 09 - 04:34 AM

The accent in the 1970s ad I remember was definitely Geordie, and included the words "And theer was kippers for me Dad, and Hovis with real butter" - the R in "real" having the distinctive Percy Hotspur roll.

And I was watching it in London (with my Geordie then girlfriend), so *did* they make the ad with different accents to suit various parts of the country?

Why didn't we get a Cockney version in London?


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Bonnie Shaljean
Date: 26 Feb 09 - 04:47 AM

There's also a more modern setting of words to this same melody:

Going home, going home,
I'm just going home.
Quiet-like, slip away
I'll be going home.
It's not far, just close by;
Jesus is the Door;
Work all done, laid aside,
Fear and grief no more.
Friends are there, waiting now.
He is waiting, too.
See His smile! See His hand!
He will lead me through.

Morning Star lights the way;
Restless dream all done;
Shadows gone, break of day,
Life has just begun.
Every tear wiped away,
Pain and sickness gone;
Wide awake there with Him!
Peace goes on and on!
Going home, going home,
I'll be going home.
See the Light! See the Sun!
I'm just going home.


Words are by William Arms Fisher and Ken Bible


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Bonnie Shaljean
Date: 26 Feb 09 - 05:09 AM

You can hear it here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcvKdMtYei0


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: kendall
Date: 26 Feb 09 - 08:06 AM

I like Hovis bread much better than the crap we get here.


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: JohnB
Date: 26 Feb 09 - 09:37 AM

From Memory it started.
"Ehh I remember those first days after t'war"
ended I think with "and we ad brawn bred an buttr"
and the lad had one of those delivery bicycles with the big wicker basket on the front.
The music was definitely Dvorjak's New World Symphony.
Then it goes blank.
The Tony Capstick version was much better.
JohnB


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: GUEST,Mad Spaniel
Date: 26 Feb 09 - 11:30 AM

My mate ran the musuem at Shaftesbury Abbey and for a few years we used to wander down the hill to the great pub and the bottom and then after a few pints of Tanglefoot try and climb back up the Hill!

Nothing about the music but great times


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: henryclem
Date: 26 Feb 09 - 12:05 PM

More info -
it's Gold Hill (not Gold's Hill). The giant plastic Hovis loaf is a bit of a monstrosity, sitting where it does: after all, this was one of the most photographed and familiar views anywhere in England for many years before it got shifted to the industrial north for the sake of an advert. The wall (to the right hand side as you look down the hill) is 1000 years old.

As a native of Shaftesbury I remember when they came to film "Far from the Madding Crowd". I also remember from a tender age walking down the hill to "The Two Brewers" (and having to walk back up it afterwards ...).

Not surprising that the New Scorpion Band should use Gold Hill, either, because Tim Laycock also went to school in Shaftesbury so this would have been a very familiar scene to him.

I'm sure Bonnie remembers our old friends Malc & Elaine - Malc was also at Shaftesbury GS at the same time as Tim & myself.

I'll have to resurrect the song I wrote about the ad (eons ago) !

Henry


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Bonnie Shaljean
Date: 26 Feb 09 - 02:08 PM

Of course I do!!! Give them a big hug from me :-)


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: bubblyrat
Date: 26 Feb 09 - 06:19 PM

The "Symphony From The New World" has been the source of music for other TV advertisements, as I recall----particularly one for dog-food(can't remember which brand ,though,unless it was the one with the Scotsman saying" It's better than some brands you purrrrrrchase !").


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: davyr
Date: 27 Feb 09 - 09:46 AM

That was Pedigree Chum - "My dogs are gun dogs - brrrred for worrrrrk!"


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: GUEST,Eric Armstrong
Date: 27 Feb 09 - 12:10 PM

I have either been told or else read (and I don't remember which)
That the Hovis Gold Hill commercial was made by Ridley Scott in the early days of his film making career.
A career which apparently began at Hartlepool Technical College and has taken him to the heights of the Hollywood film industry(Blade Runner etc.)He has a brother Tony Scott who is also a big wheel Hollywood director (Top Gun etc.)
The thing that in my mind gives a shred of credibility is that
I went to Grangefield Grammer School in Stockton on Tees and I do remember a boy there called Tony Scott.
Stockton to Hollywood! it does seem incredible but I guess stranger things have turned out to be true.
I would love to know the truth.


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: GUEST,Rik Hoskin
Date: 17 Jan 13 - 11:22 AM

The original Hovis TV advert - featuring Dvořák's New World - was played by Ashington Brass Band (Northumberland).
It was originally recorded for a TV programme about footballers Bobby & Jack Charlton (also from Ashington).
I know this as my father (Dick Hoskin) was in the band, playing cornet, at the time.
The band was amalgamated with other pit bands - now called the Wansbeck Brass Band.


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Ian Hendrie
Date: 17 Jan 13 - 12:01 PM

"I went to Grangefield Grammer School in Stockton on Tees and I do remember a boy there called Tony Scott."

As a fellow attendee of the above school who discovered that Ridley Scott was an fellow alumnus just a few days ago, it's strange that this thread has popped up.

Just to prove the education I received there wasn't completely wasted may I respectfully point out that it was a 'Grammar' school.


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: MartinRyan
Date: 17 Jan 13 - 12:40 PM

OK - I'll bite... "an fellow alumnus"?

Regards


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: theleveller
Date: 17 Jan 13 - 12:53 PM

I knew Ridley in the 70s. When I worked in London advertising agencies he was the director everyone wanted to make their commercials but he was very expensive. I worked in the same agency as his girlfriend, Sandy Watson. se we got him to quote on our ads quite often, but I never actually worked with him.


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: theleveller
Date: 18 Jan 13 - 04:23 AM

Actually, I've just checked in my copy of the book 'Inside Collett Dickinson Pearce' (the agency that created the Hovis commercial) and it was TONY Scott who directed the commercial, not Ridley. The creative team was David Brown and Ronnie Turner. How our memories deceive us!


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Jim Martin
Date: 18 Jan 13 - 07:25 AM

According to the Hovis website, it was Ridley Scott!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Mq59ykPnAE


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Jim Martin
Date: 18 Jan 13 - 07:42 AM

By the way, that's never Joe Gladwyn's or a Geordie voice on the clip above!


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: theleveller
Date: 18 Jan 13 - 09:33 AM

"According to the Hovis website, it was Ridley Scott!"

Well according to the CDP 'biography', written by the people who worked at the agency and made the commercial, it was Tony and, now that I think about it, I seem to recall that it was him. The production company was Ridley Scott Productions but Tony was one of their directors, so that may be where the confusion has arisen.

The clip above has a different VO from the one I remember - the original was Joe Gladwin (who, incidentally, was a Lancastrian but did a fair old stab at a Yorkshire accent).


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: GUEST, Paul Slade
Date: 18 Jan 13 - 01:46 PM

I remember it was "old Ma Pegarty's place" which seemed like it was "at the top of the world", and that it "were a grand ride back down".

I was watching a movie - can't remember which one - in a US cinema years ago, and it used the New World Symphony as background music for one of its big dramatic scenes. The Yanks around me accepted this quite happily, but all I could think was "it's the Hovis music," and I never quite managed to believe in the film again after that.


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Georgiansilver
Date: 18 Jan 13 - 02:14 PM

See all three Hovis ads here!.... Great memories!


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Subject: RE: UK Hovis ad 1970s
From: Manitas_at_home
Date: 19 Jan 13 - 03:22 AM

Well that's a mystery solved. The voice-over in the second advert (filmed on Gold Hill, Shaftesbury) has a Southern rural accent although to my mind it sound more East Anglian that Dorset.


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