See more » At the very end of the end titles, long after all the other music credits have run, one last music credit appears on the otherwise blank screen: "TIME TO GO HOME, Written by Maria Bird, Published by Minder Music." See more » Finally we see the side to the Beatles that no one really knew - what happened before and what they were before.Stephen Dorff gives off another simply brilliant performance as Stuart - the man who could have been but never cared enough he was "Just along for a few laughs".Most recently, Wade Potteries, Staffordshire, produced a limited edition run of 500 two-handled cider mugs with the 'Farmers Arms' verse on them for the Taunton Cider Company in 1981. In addition to mugs, oversized cups and saucers, soup bowls, plates and punch bowl sets there are jugs, often around 17 - 18 cm (7") high. (Pre 153 when taken over by Cobridge Pottery) AW Gale. I shear my own fleece and I wear it I have lawns, I have bow'rs I have fruits, I have flow'rs The lark is my morning alarmer So jolly boys now, here's God speed the Plough, Long life and success to the Farmer.
Extracted from: the Wealthy and Great Roll in Splendour and State I envy them not I declare it I eat my own lamb My chickens and ham.
One 'Farmers Arms' jug produced is most unusual because it is very much brighter and more expensive in style than the others that were made - with a solid, bright sky, blue background and gold leaf edging - much more sophisticated glazing than is usual.
Most Farmers Arms pottery and china is simple in design and muted in colour (usually with the black transfer print being the only decoration, or muted colours surrounded by a black transfer design border), in keeping with the sentiment of the verses printed on them.
Most of this pottery and china is illustrated with farming equipment of the time, (winnowers, ploughs, rakes, pitchforks, shovels, axes, barrels, pails, scales etc) livestock (horses, cattle, sheep and poultry), and produce such as a wheatcrop and wheatsheaf decorated with intertwining leaves and scrolls.
Often the farmers wife is shown hard at work churning butter while the farmer pours a mug of ale (hopefully to offer to his hardworking wife - but probably not, given the era of production! Extracted from: Kind Permission The following are potteries who have at one time produced God Speed The Plough or Farmers Arms Mugs.