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An invaluable history of the golden age of comedy

AdvantagesGreat story, chapters on each writer and show, very well researched

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"...their generation - Eric Sykes, Spike Milligan, Galton and Simpson, Johnny Speight and several more - teamed up to form a unique co-operative called Associated London Scripts. In the years that followed, such shows as The Goons, Sykes, Hancock's Half-Hour, Steptoe and Son, The Frankie Howerd Show, Beyond Our Ken, Till Death Us Do Part, Comedy Playhouse, Round The Horne and many, many others came out of this small set of offices. Terry Nation devised ..." Read review
06.11.2006

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