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Something that occurred to me a good while back is just how fickle memory can be when it comes to seeing something or someone out of its/their usual context. For example, if a woman assistant in one of my local shops says hello to me on her day off, because I see her in civvies and away from the surroundings with which I associate her, I might wonder who she is - until I see her in the shop the next day and then it hits me. (Who's the buggah who said I should be hit more often? Cheek!)
I'm sure that most of you will have seen VIC REEVES' & BOB MORTIMER's version of classic TV show RANDALL & HOPKIRK (DECEASED). I recalled the first episode years after the fact - then I watched it again on DVD and was surprised to see DAVID TENNANT playing a prominent role. Why didn't I recognise him when I saw him in CASANOVA and Doctor Who?