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I'm all right jack

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I'm all right jack

  1. 1. “I‟m all right, Jack!” – Britain in 1959? Mark Dunton November 12 2009
  2. 2. answers.com
  3. 3. The Boulting Brothers
  4. 4. Sir John
  5. 5. “I’m all right, Jack, I’m okay,That is the message for today.So count up your lolly, feather your nest,Let someone else worry, boy I couldn’tcare less.You scratch my back; I’ll do the samefor you, Jack,That is the message for today”.
  6. 6. Stanley samples the goods at the „Num Yum‟factoryThe Ronald Grant Archive, guardian.co.uk
  7. 7. Bertram Tracepurcel (Stanley‟s Uncle)and Aunt Dollybfi.org.uk
  8. 8. Stanley (on left) gets to grips with working onthe trucks at „Missiles‟imcdb.org
  9. 9. Fred Kite (Peter Sellers) channel4.com
  10. 10. Stanley encounters Cynthia
  11. 11. The Kite Household
  12. 12. de Vere Cox (Richard Attenborough)
  13. 13. Kite and the workers express their anger atStanley‟s actions
  14. 14. Hitchcock chats with Kite (and darns a sock!)
  15. 15. “Argument” gets underway
  16. 16. Answers.com
  17. 17. Sir John Laing to PM Harold Macmillan, 5 Nov 1959 PREM 11/2818
  18. 18. Harold Macmillan‟s reply to Sir John Laing, Nov 19 1959 PREM 11/2818
  19. 19. „Rab‟ Butler Hugh Gaitskell
  20. 20. „Notes on Some Industrial Relations Questions‟ LAB 43/339
  21. 21. „Notes on Some Industrial Relations Questions‟ LAB 43/339
  22. 22. Print Strike, Watford High Street, 1959
  23. 23. Derek Heathcoat Amory
  24. 24. „Likely developments in the industrial relationsfield in the next twelve months or so‟, c. 1960 LAB 43/339
  25. 25. Conservative Research Department memo, 23 May 1957, LAB 10/1462
  26. 26. LAB 43/339
  27. 27. LAB 43/339
  28. 28. The „Missiles „ Factory
  29. 29. The first British television advert, 22 Sept 1955
  30. 30. Stanley samples the goods at the „Num Yum‟factoryThe Ronald Grant Archive, guardian.co.uk
  31. 31. HO 256/412
  32. 32. HO 256/412
  33. 33. „Hustings‟ Programme, 1959, BBC
  34. 34. Memorandum by the Viewers‟ and Listeners‟ Associationsubmitted to the Pilkington Committee, November 1960HO 244/454
  35. 35. HO 244/454
  36. 36. “I‟m all right, Jack!” – further indicators of society: • Press bandwagon • Army connections • Rock „n‟ Roll and youth culture • Stanley‟s Bubble Car

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