The Complete Terry-Thomas

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Reynolds & Hearn, 2002 - Performing Arts - 206 pages
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Terry-Thomas, the archetypal English cad, comes under Robert Ross' affectionate scrutiny in this first-ever guide to a comedian equally popular on both sides of the Atlantic. Blustering idiots and wily rogues -- they're all here, from "Blue Murder at St Trinians" and "I'm All Right Jack" to "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines" and "Monte Carlo or Bust." A detailed "Terryography" also includes definitive listings of his radio and stage work as well as his television appearances -- everything from "What's My Line?" to "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." Featuring 120 rare and previously unpublished photographs, The ComPlete Terry-Thomas is a long-overdue tribute to one of comedy's greatest talents.

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