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Peter Stringfellow

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  • A minute's silence in Shoreditch this lunchtime. RIP
  • Gosh another iconic name bites the dust. RIP
  • Leaves behind two little kiddies, very sad. Why do people have them when they're over 70? R.I.P.
  • Work opposite the club, saw the news crew out there as I made my way into the office. He lived his life his way and liberalised London night life. Very few of his kind left, whether that is a good or bad thing but RIP Peter.
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  • Despite his career I always thought he was more cheesy than sleazy.

    RIP Peter.
  • RIP

    I remember (maybe 15-20 years ago) him being interviewed about a whole range of issues and being really quite impressed at how thoughtful he was - not that I would want him as a neighbour.
  • More to the man than just his iconic name. RIP
  • Some of his views were a little old fashioned, but seemed a good guy at heart. Gave a lot of people a great time over many years. RIP Peter.
  • Work opposite the club, saw the news crew out there as I made my way into the office. He lived his life his way and liberalised London night life. Very few of his kind left, whether that is a good or bad thing but RIP Peter.

    You work opposite Stringfellows? I'm green with envy...

    RIP
  • Got turned away from Stringfellows....more then once in my younger days.....still RIP Peter.
  • edited June 7
    Never had any really bad press, despite being in the media spotlight for many a year and many a reason too.......seemed a decent enough bloke and as far as one can tell was well liked despite being a member of the glitterati set.
    RIP.....Peter.....RIP.
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  • My one personal experience of him is a very odd story. I "met" him a courtroom. At the first ad agency I worked in, our client McCain introduced thin McDonalds style oven chips. We suggested they called them Stringfellows. Then the supporting TV spot featured a John Travolta style kid dancing in a glitzy disco. He took McCain to court, and lost. But he probably had the last laugh as the product bombed. We were crap. A smarter agency might have approached him first about it, although he said that he didn't want his name associated with some grubby oven chips.

    Otherwise seems like a life well lived. RIP.
  • I met him during my nightclubbing days back in the 1980's. He was a very nice bloke. RIP
  • My one personal experience of him is a very odd story. I "met" him a courtroom. At the first ad agency I worked in, our client McCain introduced thin McDonalds style oven chips. We suggested they called them Stringfellows. Then the supporting TV spot featured a John Travolta style kid dancing in a glitzy disco. He took McCain to court, and lost. But he probably had the last laugh as the product bombed. We were crap. A smarter agency might have approached him first about it, although he said that he didn't want his name associated with some grubby oven chips.

    Otherwise seems like a life well lived. RIP.

    Jesus! Pretty sure we bought those chips!
  • RIP Peter
  • My one personal experience of him is a very odd story. I "met" him a courtroom. At the first ad agency I worked in, our client McCain introduced thin McDonalds style oven chips. We suggested they called them Stringfellows. Then the supporting TV spot featured a John Travolta style kid dancing in a glitzy disco. He took McCain to court, and lost. But he probably had the last laugh as the product bombed. We were crap. A smarter agency might have approached him first about it, although he said that he didn't want his name associated with some grubby oven chips.

    Otherwise seems like a life well lived. RIP.

    That's quite a landmark intellectual property case. I remember studying it for my exams.
  • Sad news, RIP Peter
  • My one personal experience of him is a very odd story. I "met" him a courtroom. At the first ad agency I worked in, our client McCain introduced thin McDonalds style oven chips. We suggested they called them Stringfellows. Then the supporting TV spot featured a John Travolta style kid dancing in a glitzy disco. He took McCain to court, and lost. But he probably had the last laugh as the product bombed. We were crap. A smarter agency might have approached him first about it, although he said that he didn't want his name associated with some grubby oven chips.

    Otherwise seems like a life well lived. RIP.

    Jesus! Pretty sure we bought those chips!
    Jesus! You can not be serious!
  • RIP

    Did more than most to address the gender pay gap.

    Must be a LOL, BBW.

    Peter Stringfellow loved the company of attraction young women and turned his hobby into a career. How many guys wouldn't have traded places with PS ?
    In my younger days I remember the topless pubs in London where I first suffered with eye strain ! Mainly because of the smoke and trying to keep my focus. Also this was when I acquired my first soapbox.

    Sex and visual delights have been around since the beginning of time and Peter Stringfellow managed to bring this entertainment to the top table.

    I guess I have moved on and prefer brainy, university educated historian females with a soothing knowing voice who can talk about art and literature(with a cracking figure)

    RIP Peter, you were of your time.


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