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A photograph of a group of evacuees, taken in September 1938 by George W Roper for the Daily Herald. The children, carrying a few possessions in brown-paper parcels and bags, are moving for safety from Haverstock Hill School in Hampstead, London, to the countryside. Each child wears a ticket on their coat to identify them in the event of their being lost.


Wreck of the ship George Roper, Point Lonsdale, by Fred Kruger, 1883 [[MORE]]…

With Yootha Joyce, Brian Murphy, Norman Eshley, Sheila Fearn. George and Mildred Roper are forced to leave their home in South Kensington (as the landlords in Man About the House (1973)) when they receive a compulsory purchase order from the council. Mildred talks George into buying a nice middle-class house in suburbia, and they move next door to Jeffrey and Ann Fourmile. Unfortunately, Mildred's dream of upward mobility seems doomed to failure, as George ...

La photo a été prise lors d’une séance organisée lors de l’inauguration et du remplissage de la piscine des Jeux Olympiques de Los Angeles en 1932. Les jeunes femmes sont les nageuses George Coleman, Dorothy Poynton, Jennie Cramer, Olive Natch et Marion Dale Roper.

I do not like or approve mistreatment of animals. But this is an amazing shot.


George Roper - (15 May 1934 – 1 July 2003]) was an English comedian, best known for his appearances in the long-running UK television series The Comedians.


The Boys Featuring Tarquin-Fourmile & George-Roper

George Strait. Great lookin horse, great lookin man! :D Even if he is like 60 and retiring. :(