Dusty Bin

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3-2-1 - The Format - Part 3: The Acts and Prize Clues
... acts, the couples would decide on which object they would like to discard in the hope that it was Dusty Bin and then take part in the final elimination question ... in part one of the show, their ceramic Dusty Bin and a consolation prize (such as a twelve piece dinner service) and the winners would go through to part three of the show ... won, they had the money they won in part one of the show, and their ceramic Dusty Bin ...
3-2-1 - The Format - Part 1: The 1000 To 1 Quiz
... won in the quiz and a ceramic model of Dusty Bin ... Dusty Bin was conceived as the booby prize by the show's producer Derek Burrell-Davis and created as a cartoon character by the designer and animator John Sunderland, who also designed the ... the question wrong, that question would go into the bin ...
3-2-1 - In Popular Culture
... special entitled "The Phantom Millennium" French and Saunders included Dusty Bin in a parody of Phantom Menace where Dusty Bin played Droid DB-321 ... Directed by and starring Peter Kay, it featured Dusty Bin dancing with a gaggle of forgotten celebrities from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s ... The Class 321 trains were nicknamed 'Dusty Bins' due to the number bearing the same name as the game show ...
3-2-1 - Dusty Bin
... Dusty Bin was both the show's mascot and its booby prize ... Dusty would appear at the very opening of the show's titles, coming to life by the pretitles Yorkshire Television chevron logo, flying into him outside of the studios ... Dusty would also appear at the start of each show, dressed in the style of that week's theme, though, this did not occur in the 1987 series, as these programmes did not have a theme as per previous ...

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