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Mr. Spock   [1986]

Mr. Spock Released by :
Ian, The Goblin

Release Date :
1986

Type :
C64 Graphics  (ESCOS)

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (3 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... El Stocko

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/29602/MR SPOCK (ES).PRG (downloads: 495)

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Submitted by El Stocko on 10 November 2006
Thanks for that. I think it's fantastic that you remembered Wheels-Cha-Cha as I've been trying to find out what the hell it was. Unfortunately Google isn't yet capable of searching based on musical notes.

But I think it's ever so slightly bizarre that you know who this Tony Holland bloke is.

Every time I hear the name of film director Dario Argento mentioned (which is obviously rarely) I think of you because you mentioned him in one of the XESS demos.
Trivia Info
Submitted by Stu Taylor on 9 November 2006
The music-which-was-never-used that Robert mentions in the summary was entitled "Wheels Cha Cha".... most notably famed in the early 70s when muscleman Tony Holland won Opportunity Knocks by flexing his muscles to this tune...
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