The Beachcomber Bar, UK



Anglo Hula: less is not more.
Posted By: Paul - Fri Aug 11, 2017
Category: Ineptness, Crudity, Talentlessness, Kitsch, and Bad Art, 1960s, Dance, Parody, Europe, South Pacific





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The bar was part of a chain of British holiday camps founded by Billy Butlin. There is some interesting background information about the camps here: http://www.butlinsmemories.com/othercamps/index.htm with information about this film's camp here: http://www.butlinsmemories.com/skegness/index.htm
Posted by Fritz G in Soudan Level 27 on 08/11/17 at 07:27 AM
Well, Maplin's it sure ain't.
Posted by Richard Bos in The Netherlands on 08/11/17 at 01:59 PM
The term "holiday camp" sounds absolutely horrible.
Posted by Brian in denial on 08/12/17 at 01:09 PM
I remember a song on the album Tommy, by The Who, called "Tommy's Holiday Camp".

The Who Lyrics

"Tommy's Holiday Camp"

[Uncle Ernie:]
Good morning Campers!

I'm your Uncle Ernie
and I'll welcome you to Tommy's Holiday Camp
The camp with the difference
Nevermind the weather
When you come to Tommy's
The holiday's forever
Posted by Fritz G in Soudan Level 27 on 08/12/17 at 01:20 PM