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Rab Posted 9th Jan 2014, 11:25am
  Read this and laugh.gif

http://shinkicker.hubpages.com/hub/The-Gla...House-of-Terror

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taurus Posted 8th Jan 2014, 08:31pm
 
QUOTE (irrie @ 7th Jan 2014, 09:37pm) *
Remember my parents were quite regular theater goers in the 40s/50s mostly the Empress i think.Something in the back of my mind about a comedian they saw whose catch phrase was something like see see me. Ring any bells or am i imagining things.

Rings a bell for me.A man I
worked beside in the early fifties said it all the time. See me?see wee Sadie? wee Sadie`s got the boak.I have a feeling it was Francie and Josie who said that.My boss was a tyrant,and I was always in tears,and he said that to cheer me up.never failed.
jeep Posted 7th Jan 2014, 08:31pm
  Great wee post [36] Bilbo.

Brought back memories of all the old theater stars thumbup.gif

Spent ages reading it.

Jeep
TeeHeeHee Posted 7th Jan 2014, 03:03pm
 
QUOTE (bilbo.s @ 6th Jan 2014, 11:52pm) *
Note to all : Chic Murray and Maidie were nothing to do with Clark & Murray.

http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2507...pg=3905,5012056

Brilliant link Billbo. I'll spend hours reading through many of the items reported back then (having just read the one on the ANC bombing) wink.gif
bilbo.s Posted 7th Jan 2014, 01:41pm
 
QUOTE (jeep @ 7th Jan 2014, 02:35pm) *
Bilbo s, not sure about the first names but Grace and Colin ring a bell


Jeep



Jeep, See the link on my Post #36.
jeep Posted 7th Jan 2014, 01:18pm
  Bilbo s, not sure about the first names but Grace and Colin ring a bell


Jeep
irrie Posted 7th Jan 2014, 10:20am
  Remember my parents were quite regular theater goers in the 40s/50s mostly the Empress i think.Something in the back of my mind about a comedian they saw whose catch phrase was something like see see me. Ring any bells or am i imagining things.
bilbo.s Posted 7th Jan 2014, 09:01am
  That's OK, Taurus- I am always willing to correct people ! biggrin.gif By the same token, I am open to correction by others, if I make a mistake. rolleyes.gif
taurus Posted 7th Jan 2014, 02:38am
 
QUOTE (bilbo.s @ 7th Jan 2014, 09:52am) *
Note to all : Chic Murray and Maidie were nothing to do with Clark & Murray.

http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2507...pg=3905,5012056

Thanks for the correction,I jumped the gun on that one,sorry.
Rab Posted 6th Jan 2014, 10:56pm
  I was thinking about the Emoire shows I saw from the gods and one that came to mind was a Cowboy Act called Harry Lester and his Hayseeds - funny how I remember the name, but it was the funniest show we ever saw and was a BIG HIT with the audience. The culmination of the show was all these musical cowboys blazing away with their six-guns into the ceiling of the Empire - you could hardly see the stage for the smoke, when suddenly a great big cow like a giant cuddly toy fell from the ceiling into the stalls where it was thrown around from row to row with Weegies laughing like mad ! It was absolute pandemonium but was hilarious and everyone was crying with laughter - and me and my pal were helpless! And this only the main act - not bad for half a crown!
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