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Memories of Eric By Gary Morecambe

Memories of Eric
by Gary Morecambe

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Provides a moving portrait of the man who became a friend to the millions who invited him into their living rooms via their television screens.
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Memories of Eric by Gary Morecambe

As one half of the hilarious comedy duo Morecambe and Wise, who famously combined the era of music hall with the age of television, Eric Morecambe was a national institution. He was loved by millions and his popularity today is as enduring as ever. Since Eric died in 1984 his son Gary has found that many of those who knew him or worked with him had a story that they wanted to share. From public clowning to private moments and his quick-fire wit, these anecdotes reveal a rare glimpse of the qualities that made Eric Morecambe unique. In Memories of Eric, Gary Morecambe and co-editor Martin Sterling have drawn together over a hundred stories from celebrities like Judi Dench, Chris Tarrant, Des O'Connor, Diana Rigg and Alan Bennett, as well as family and friends. First published by Andre Deutsch in 1999, this first paperback edition coincides with the 20th Anniversary of Eric Morecambe's death.

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About Gary Morecambe


Gary Morecambe was born in Enfield, London in 1956, and now lives in Somerset. He became a full-time writer in 1982 and has since written a number of books from biography to fiction. He has spent several years writing a play on the life of his father, Eric. Martin Sterling was born in Manchester in 1962. A freelance writer, journalist (from the Independent to Woman's Weekly) and broadcaster (regularly on BBC radio in East Anglia), he has written several plays and TV scripts. He now lives in Norfolk.

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Memories of Eric by Gary Morecambe
Gary Morecambe
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Carlton Books Ltd
2004-05-01
191
0233000763
9780233000763
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