Who says good game good?
NATIONAL treasure Sir Bruce Forsyth was best known for his catchphrases – winning him the hearts of TV viewers across Britain.
What was on the Generation Game conveyor belt?
Sally and Walter made it to the show’s victory round: the conveyor belt. It is a memory test, where winners see prizes, from toasters to tea sets – including the compulsory cuddly toy – and name them later to win each one.
What did Bruce Forsyth host?
Forsyth came to national attention from the mid-1950s through the ITV series Sunday Night at the London Palladium. He went on to host several game shows, including The Generation Game, Play Your Cards Right, The Price Is Right and You Bet!. He co-presented Strictly Come Dancing from 20.
What is on the board Miss Ford?
Later, when the show was revived, Forsyth’s assistant was Rosemarie Ford, so the catchphrase was amended to “What’s on the board, Miss Ford?” (originally “What have they scored, Miss Ford?”).
Who said scores on the doors?
Famous catchphrase Although the “scores on the doors” has been linked to Forsyth for more than 40 years, the late star – who died in August 2017, at the age of 89 – never actually said it! The catchphrase was invented by his successor, comedian Larry Grayson, who took over the Generation Game from 19.
How many items are in generation game?
The winners then played The Conveyor Belt game where they had to remember as many of the twenty objects that passed in front of them as they possibly could – one of which would be the infamous giant cuddly toy.
How old is Rosemarie?
58 years ()
Who is Rosemary Ford married to?
Robert Lindsaym. 2006
Was Bruce Forsyth married to Rosemarie?
Sitcom star and theatre actor Robert Lindsay tied the knot in a New Years Eve wedding to his long-term partner Rosemarie Ford. His new wife Rosemarie, 44, who rose to fame as Bruce Forsyth’s assistant in the Generation Game, said: “It has been bliss.”