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Comedy Greats: Tommy Cooper

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Product description

A profile of be-fezed funnyman Tommy Cooper, who began his career as 'Trooper Cooper', entertaining servicemen during WWII. Famed for his deliberately appalling magic routines, Cooper's first TV break came with 'It's Magic' in 1952. Thereafter, the comedian made a string of successful series, cementing his reputation as a man who only had to walk on stage to make people laugh.

Item details

Colour:
Col & B/W
Classification:
PG
Condition:
Used
Display format:
4:3
EAN-13:
5014503133726
Format:
DVD / Normal
Genre:
Comedy
ISBN-10:
4503133726
ISBN-13:
5014503133726
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
2 Entertain
Region:
2
Title:
Comedy Greats: Tommy Cooper
Year of release:
2000

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A profile of be-fezed funnyman Tommy Cooper, who began his career as 'Trooper Cooper', entertaining servicemen during WWII. Famed for his deliberately appalling magic routines, Cooper's first TV break came with 'It's Magic' in 1952. Thereafter, the comedian made a string of successful series, cementing his reputation as a man who only had to walk on stage to make people laugh.

Colour:
Col & B/W
Classification:
PG
Condition:
Used
Display format:
4:3
EAN-13:
5014503133726
Format:
DVD / Normal
Genre:
Comedy
ISBN-10:
4503133726
ISBN-13:
5014503133726
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
2 Entertain
Region:
2
Title:
Comedy Greats: Tommy Cooper
Year of release:
2000

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