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Month: January 2014

Streaming Full Movie The Boss Baby (2017) Online

Streaming Full Movie The Boss Baby (2017) Online

The Boss Baby (2017) HD Director : Tom McGrath. Writer : Michael McCullers. Producer : Ramsey Ann Naito, Denise Nolan Cascino. Release : March 23, 2017 Country : United States of America. Production Company : Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, DreamWorks Animation. Language : English. Runtime : 97 Genre : Animation, Comedy, Family. ‘The Boss Baby’ is a movie genre Animation, was released in March 23, 2017. Tom McGrath was directed this movie and starring by Alec Baldwin. This movie…

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My Father, Eric Morecambe (The Lady, 13 December 2013)

My Father, Eric Morecambe (The Lady, 13 December 2013)

Morecambe and Wise were the classic comedy double act and are a staple at this time of year. Here, Eric’s son speaks to lifelong fan Louis Barfe about how they found their magic… Believe it or not, there are people who are immune to the charms of Morecambe and Wise. Though few in number and usually wise enough to keep their strange views to themselves, they exist. They must be baffled by the fascination with and love for these two…

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Radio review: Clueless Charles’ Summertime folly (The London Line, 23 August 2004)

Radio review: Clueless Charles’ Summertime folly (The London Line, 23 August 2004)

Jazz – Charles Hazlewood makes a hash of the Proms Jazz is just about the most misunderstood term in music. So misunderstood, in fact, that certain ill-informed journalists are able to describe Norah Jones and her Happy Shopper equivalent, Katie Melua, as “jazz” without being clapped in irons and pelted with rice pudding. Jazz at its most basic is all about risk-taking, unpredictability, improvisation and excitement – all qualities absent from either artist’s work. It’s not jazz, it’s mipsy AOR…

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Book review: All My Shows Are Great – The Life of Lew Grade by Lewis Chester (Independent on Sunday, 21 March 2010)

Book review: All My Shows Are Great – The Life of Lew Grade by Lewis Chester (Independent on Sunday, 21 March 2010)

If Lew Grade’s autobiography, Still Dancing, isn’t the dullest account of a fascinating life ever written, it’s near the top. Recording business transactions with the accuracy of a ledger, while laying on the schmaltz about the wonderful stars he had known, it largely fails to convey the man’s warmth and humour. From the 1940s to the 1980s, initially as an agent, then as the omniscient and omnipotent head of ATV and later ACC, Grade was the UK’s Mr Entertainment. With…

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I’m Brian, He’s Dickie

I’m Brian, He’s Dickie

Dickie Henderson is something of a forgotten figure in show business these days, but between the end of the Second World War and his death in 1985, he was a big star. Truly an all-round entertainer, he sang and danced well, and had a great eye for visual comedy. He undermined his outwardly suave manner constantly with slapstick routines, the most famous of which involved a microphone cable and a clueless stage hand. In 1957, Brian Tesler, the BBC’s brightest…

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