An odd, cheap game show. Viewers were asked to call in and help aim the titular "golden shot", which was a crossbow mounted on the front of the TV camera. The cameraman was blindfolded, so ... See full summary »
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An odd, cheap game show. Viewers were asked to call in and help aim the titular "golden shot", which was a crossbow mounted on the front of the TV camera. The cameraman was blindfolded, so they had to give him directions aiming the arrow at prizes. Whatever the arrow hit, they won. Written by Mike Konczewski

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"bernie the bolt!"
14 January 2003 | by (manchester, england) – See all my reviews

"Golden shyte" more like... this was a terrifically naff game show programe which use to get thrown up on a Sunday afternoon in the 70s on ITV. If you ever thought "Bullseye" was cheesy then think again! first hosted by Bob Monkhouse and then Norman Vaughn; my sole interest as a mere nipper in watching it was to admire the well endowed physical attributes of buxom Anne Ashton and the voluptous Sue Longhurst.


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