Frankie Howerd 2013
Screen Icons Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Frankie Howerd 2013 Frankie Howerd 2013 10 - Famous for his bawdy humour full of double entendres, Frankie Howerd began his long career by entertaining the troops during the 2nd World War before making his radio debut in ‘Variety Bandbox’ in 1946. His distinctive brand of comedy kept him in regular broadcasting, including ‘That Was the Week That Was’, and in the theatre with ‘Something Happened on the Way to the Forum’. In 1966 and ’67 he co-hosted ‘The Frankie and Bruce Christmas Show’ with Bruce Forsyth and ‘Up Pompeii’ made him a cult figure, but his private life caused him much anxiety as the backs of these cards reveal. The photographic fronts show Frankie’s trademark facial expressions. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Frankie Howerd 2013

Issuer: Screen Icons Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Famous for his bawdy humour full of double entendres, Frankie Howerd began his long career by entertaining the troops during the 2nd World War before making his radio debut in ‘Variety Bandbox’ in 1946. His distinctive brand of comedy kept him in regular broadcasting, including ‘That Was the Week That Was’, and in the theatre with ‘Something Happened on the Way to the Forum’. In 1966 and ’67 he co-hosted ‘The Frankie and Bruce Christmas Show’ with Bruce Forsyth and ‘Up Pompeii’ made him a cult figure, but his private life caused him much anxiety as the backs of these cards reveal. The photographic fronts show Frankie’s trademark facial expressions. Size 68 x 36mm. Number of cards in set: 10

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