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eBook Morecambe and Wise Untold epub
  • ISBN: 0007488297
  • Author: William Cook
  • Genre: Biographies
  • Subcategory: Arts & Literature
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (June 7, 2012)
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • ePUB size: 1583 kb
  • FB2 size 1980 kb
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Praise for Eric Morecambe Unseen: 'This affectionate and revealing book is sure to give a warm glow to anyone who dips into its potpourri of intimate memories.

Praise for Eric Morecambe Unseen: 'This affectionate and revealing book is sure to give a warm glow to anyone who dips into its potpourri of intimate memories. A real sense of intimacy with a man who captivated millions in the great days of television. Cook paints a picture of a man of great gentleness and extraordinary talen. ere laid out in photos, letters and diaries.

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Morecambe and Wise Untold is a book about Eric and Ernie's live years.

Book Format: Paperback. Morecambe and Wise Untold is a book about Eric and Ernie's live years. Morecambe and Wise Untold contains brand new interviews with Ken Dodd and Bruce Forsyth (who worked with Eric and Ernie in Variety) plus Michael Grade, Ernest Maxin and John Ammonds, who got to know them as a live act, and went on to mastermind their phenomenally successful TV shows.

Title : Morecambe and Wise Untold. Authors : Cook, William. William Cook is the author of Ha Bloody Ha - Comedians Talking (Fourth Estate), The Comedy Store - The Club That Changed British Comedy (Little, Brown) and 25 Years of Viz (Boxtree). Product Category : Books. He has worked for the BBC and written for the Guardian, the Mail on Sunday, the New Statesman and Conde Nast Traveller.

Like his 2005 book, Eric Morecambe Unseen this tome contains pages and pages of delightful, candid images of the . Morecambe And Wise: Untold was published by HarperCollins on Monday, priced £1. 9 in hardback.

Like his 2005 book, Eric Morecambe Unseen this tome contains pages and pages of delightful, candid images of the much-photographed pair that we have never seen before. In glorious, glossy, monochrome these pictures capture the dying days of variety halls, and Eric and Ern’s first steps towards mastering the new medium of television. Published: 11 Oct 2007. I Carried A Watermelon by Katy Brand. More Than Likely by Dick Clement and Ian Le Frenais.

Morecambe and Wise Untold contains brand new interviews with Ken Dodd and Bruce Forsyth . What was it really like, that lost world which they came from? How did it shape them?

Morecambe and Wise Untold contains brand new interviews with Ken Dodd and Bruce Forsyth (who worked with Eric and Ernie in Variety) plus Michael Grade, Ernest Maxin and John Ammonds, who got to know them as a live act, and went on to mastermind their phenomenally successful TV shows. What was it really like, that lost world which they came from? How did it shape them?

That Morecambe and Wise Book (Hardback) RRP £12.

That Morecambe and Wise Book (Hardback) RRP £12.

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise went to the US over a five-year period in 1960s. Series includes an hour of footage never seen on British television before. Hosted by Jonathan Ross it delves into their private archives to unearth some remarkable photos, memorabilia and rarely seen pieces of home movie footage.

Books online: Morecambe and Wise Untold, 2012, Fishpond. William Cook is the author of Ha Bloody Ha - Comedians Talking (Fourth Estate), The Comedy Store - The Club That Changed British Comedy (Little, Brown) and 25 Years of Viz (Boxtree)

Books online: Morecambe and Wise Untold, 2012, Fishpond.

The illustrated story of Eric and Ernie’s early years as variety entertainers, and the first ever biography to reveal how they became Britain’s best loved comedy double act.

Eric Morecambe & Ernie Wise were Britain's greatest ever double act, but there's never been a book which really revealed the era that made them such a special part of our national culture. Until now. Although they ended up on TV, they started out in variety, and their record-breaking Christmas shows were a secret homage to that forgotten world. For a quarter of a century, from the early Forties until the late Sixties, they were a live act first and foremost, playing pantomime and summer season, variety theatres and seaside piers. 'You're making us look like a cheap music hall act,' Ernie used to complain, in mock protest. 'Well, we are a cheap music hall act,' Eric would reply.

Morecambe and Wise Untold is a book about Eric and Ernie's live years. What was it really like, that lost world which they came from? How did it shape them? What were the other acts like? And the theatres? And the shows? Why did they survive, while so many other variety acts vanished? This is the story of the spit and sawdust places where they served their showbiz apprenticeship, told through the reminiscences of the people they met along the way.

Morecambe and Wise Untold contains brand new interviews with Ken Dodd and Bruce Forsyth (who worked with Eric and Ernie in Variety) plus Michael Grade, Ernest Maxin and John Ammonds, who got to know them as a live act, and went on to mastermind their phenomenally successful TV shows. There are interviews with Gail and Gary Morecambe (Eric's children), Joan Morecambe (Eric's widow) and a rare and revealing interview with Doreen Wise – the first time that Ernie's widow has ever been interviewed for a book about Morecambe & Wise.

The text is accompanied by a wealth of rare and previously unseen photos by Gary Morecambe from his father’s family archive and from the collections of friends, fellow performers and fans who captured the emerging story of a legendary showbiz partnership in the making.

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