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Bob Monkhouse has been a star in show business for over 40 years. During those years he has known both triumph and tragedy. These are his memoirs. His first son was born disabled with cerebral palsy; his first marriage fell apart painfully; he was arrested in 1978 for conspiracy to defraud, leading to a two-year struggle with the law that took him to the dock of the Old Bailey. But with these low points came the high - his first smash TV series in 1953; starring in the first "Carry On" film; topping the TV ratings with hit series; quite a few fondly remembered love affairs, before he happily married his long-time secretary, Jackie. Bob's career has brought him into touch with almost every major star in entertainment and he has anecdotes about the famous - Frank Sinatra, Joan Collins, Bob Hope, Peter Sellers, Dudley Moore, Tommy Cooper, Princess Anne and many more.
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"An entertaining and abrasive canter through his up-and-down life - Witty, moving, candid - and very well written" (The Sun)
"It makes a refreshing change to read some real revelations from the life of a true, old-fashioned star" (Daily Mirror)
"Riveting - packed with cracking true stories" (Gary Bushell The Sun)
"Winning - genuinely funny" (The Sun)
A classic autobiography from one of Britain's most loved and most famous comedians. Known for his witty one-liners, Bob Monkhouse was a hilarious stand-up comedian, hugely popular game show host of programmes including Family Fortunes and The Golden Shot, and legendary chat show host of the eponymous Bob Monkhouse Show.
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Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # M-0712657738
Book Description CENTURY, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110712657738
Book Description CENTURY, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0712657738