She was best friends with Angela Lansbury since appearing together in "Mame". This was a friendship she spoke fondly of in her one-woman show.
The Next Item or dish Interruption documentary on boxer nothing; same page as Ken Clean-Air System Bored now, maybe I'll come back to this later. Just the Words, by Methuen London. If one, it's "Director's Squad"; if several, it's "Directors' Squad".
Monty Python's Flying Circus: As shown above, the script states "Film Director Squad", so we must assume that "Director" is a singular noun and not a possessiveused here as a noun adjunct instead of using an adjective to describe the noun "Squad". See picture on p.
Are you saying Paul Ehrenfest was known for nudism, or merely that the Nude Organist was inspired by the idea of a depressive who played an organ?
The latter would be a very tenuous "connection". Sex and Violence etc. Is there a particlular reason for this? I would have thought just 1.
Section for details ; the "1. Well, not really, but I'll take your word for it, thanks. Is there no other way of doing it? It looks pretty bad and it makes a right mess if all you want to do is copy and paste a list of the episodes.
It makes my brain hurt, as Mr. There is no source.
The lists differ slightly from the lists on the DVD box set. I've never read that book; does it give a list of every sketch? Please don't be a smart arse. I'm not an idiot. I did look at the sources before posting this comment.
Although I did say "Please don't be a smart arse" with an unwritten: P at the end. It gives the script for every episode, apart from the animations; and for each episode, gives what seem to be sketch names on the contents page but not in the individual episode scripts.
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