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Joseph Holbrooke (1878-1958)


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« Reply #75 on: May 26, 2021, 09:24:35 am »

Speaking of Holbrooke......I mean Tommy Cooper! :o ;D What is,generally regarded as his best tv series,has recently been released on Dvd,by Network (Tommy Cooper the complete LWT Series).

I must look out for that... A man went to the doctor. He said, "Doctor, I've broken my arm in three places." And the doctor said, "Don't go there, then!"



JOSEPH HOLBROOKE



TOMMY COOPER

'Scuse my incontinent mirth!  Gareth, look away now.

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Concertinas, stier-horn in B, two grand pianos - c'mon BBC/ CPO/ anyone: Holbrooke costs but Holbrooke is worth it!

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