Morecambe And Wise Christmas Special 1980's Movies

 

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Morecambe And Wise Christmas Special 1980's Movies

 

The catchphrase "Hello folks, and what about the workers?" was developed by Eric from a similar saying by Harry Secombe in The Goon Show.[24] For Secombe this was a simple greeting, while for Eric it expressed his great sexual interest in some pretty girl or female guest. Morecambe and Wise's comic style varied subtly throughout their career, depending on their writers. When Eddie Braben took over as writer, he made the relationship considerably deeper and more complex. Himself / Various CharactersErnie Wise . Morecambe pointed out that Braben wrote him as "tougher, less gormless, harder towards Ern."[6] Wise's contribution to the humour is a subject of an ongoing debate. L.

 

McCann, Graham (1999). Written by Anonymous Plot Summary Add Synopsis Plot Keywords: christmas See All (1) Genres: Comedy Parents Guide: Add content advisory for parents Edit Details Language: English Release Date: 25 December 1980 (UK) See more Company Credits Production Co: Thames Television See more Show detailed company contact information on IMDbPro Technical Specs Runtime: 51 min Sound Mix: Mono Color: Color Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1 See full technical specs Frequently Asked Questions This FAQ is empty. I'll go and get my baton. v t e Morecambe and Wise Eric Morecambe Ernie Wise Television Two of a Kind (196168) The Morecambe & Wise Show (196883, episodes) Radio The Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise Show (1975-78) Films The Intelligence Men (1965) That Riviera Touch (1966) The Magnificent Two (1967) Night Train to Murder (1983) Songs "Bring Me Sunshine" Books by Eric & Ernie: The Autobiography of Morecambe & Wise (1973) Morecambe & Wise: There's No Answer To That! (1981) Still On My Way To Hollywood (1990, Wise only) Television tributes Bring Me Sunshine: A Gala Evening (1984) Bring Me Sunshine: Morecambe & Wise (1994) Morecambe & Wise: Greatest Moments (2008) Bring Me Morecambe & Wise (2012) Related List of joint appearances Fools Rush In (1973) The Importance of Being Ernie (1990) The Play What I Wrote ( 2001) Morecambe & Wise : In Their Own Words (2007) Morecambe (2009) Eric and Ernie (2011) . p.71. Retrieved 24 August 2011. Often, Eric would suddenly notice the camera and put on a fixed, cheesy grin. A particular affectation of Eric was him putting his glasses askew or waggling them up and down on his nose.

 

He was 58 years old. FULL CAST AND CREW TRIVIA USER REVIEWS IMDbPro MORE LESS SHARE X Share Facebook Twitter E-mail Check in 0Check in X Beta I'm Watching This! Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. See full summary Director: Jon Scoffield Stars: Benny Hill, Judith Durham, Athol Guy 0 Next Brush Strokes (19861991) Comedy 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6.9/10 X Jacko is a house painter who "appreciates" women, he sees the best in each one of them and they in turn, like him. See more Connections Referenced in Have I Got News for You: The Official Pirate Video(1997) See more Frequently Asked Questions Q: What were Eric Morecambe's catchphrases? See more (Spoiler Alert!) User Reviews Never Equalled 6 February 2007 by BJJManchester (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews Possibly the most fondly remembered British TV comedy programme ever,certainly in the UK anyway.MONTY PYTHON received greater international success,but even to this day,the Python's are not regarded with as much love and affection in Britain,and several other countries,as the UK's greatest comic double act,Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise.By the time of this BBC series,which started in 1968,Eric and Ernie were certainly no spring chickens,having made their TV debut in 1954,with the critically-lambasted RUNNING WILD,made by the same channel.After several more years in the variety theatres,they returned to TV in the early 1960's,with a far more successful series for ITV,which made them national figures.But it is this series,made between 1968 - 1978,at their comedic peak,which turned them into the most famous,popular and loved comic performers of their generation.But after the first series,it didn't look as though it would propel them into the comic heights.Shortly after the first series,Eric Morecambe suffered a major heart attack (at the early age of 42),and their scriptwriters,Dick Hills and Sid Green,decided to depart to newer pastures.With Eric still recovering,the outlook was bleak before another comic writer,Eddie Braben,agreed to work for the team for the next series.This decision proved a masterstroke as Braben wrote even better scripts than before,further deepening Eric and Ernie's comic characterisations,and producing some of the funniest comic sketches ever seen on TV;The Grieg Piano Concerto with Andre Previn,Cleopatra with Glenda Jackson,the Stripper theme danced to in a kitchen,and a version of Gene Kelly's Singin In The Rain dance routine(Kelly later saw this and gave it considerable praise)probably the most memorable of many memorable scenes.After years of treading the boards in many British variety theatres and venues,often empty,sometimes performing to silence with unresponsive audiences,Morecambe and Wise's experiences of both the good and bad side of performing stood them in good stead as they hardly ever put a foot wrong in this BBC series.Eric's extraordinary comic talent,his razor sharp timing,clever ad-libs,wonderful facial expressions and lovable,child-like persona was always a great plus,but the contribution of Ernie Wise was also enormously vital to the programme's success.Though admittedly not possessing his partner's comic brilliance(and frankly,virtually no other British performer before or since has ever matched Eric Morecambe's standards),Ernie was still a very talented comic performer,and his delivery of Braben's superb scripts was every bit as precise and well-timed as his partner's.His characterisation and performance of the egotistical,untalented playwright was nothing more than brilliant,and very accurate(I've met a few in my time!).That he succeeded in still making us like him is a great tribute to his abilities as a performer.They weren't outstanding singers or dancers,but were still very acceptable and always did a perfectly good job when the situation demanded it(Ernie was perhaps slightly better than Eric in these disciplines).Morecambe and Wise's Tabs (large,theatrical curtains),their catchphrases("What do you think of it so far?","Tea,Ern?","You can't see the join"),their theme tune('Bring Me Sunshine'),their huge array of guest stars,and simply Morecambe and Wise themselves always guaranteed their TV audience a hour or so of great entertainment on many an evening in the 1970's.Their Christmas shows are especially remembered with deep affection,so much so that a family's Happy Christmas in those days depended on if they enjoyed Eric and Ernie's Xmas show! Their very last programme in this BBC series,their Christmas 1977 show,earned a then UK record audience of 28 million viewers.This couldn't be a more apt way to end arguably the most affectionately regarded British TV programme of them all,and the most loved British comic performers of them all.Shortly afterwards,Eric and Ernie defected to UK commercial TV(Thames) to make a new series,though soon after Eric's health sadly took another turn for the worse(he had a second heart attack in 1979),and they never hit again the comedic heights of their BBC days.The show was still amusing,but much of the material was inferior re-workings from previous,better shows,and Eric no longer was performing with as much comic gusto and precise timing as before;it has since become well documented that he was becoming(justifiably)more concerned about his health rather than this Thames TV series.The series continued until Eric's early death in 1984 at the age of 58;the outpouring of sadness on the day of his death has probably been surpassed only on a few sparse other occasions in Britain.It's understandable;THE MORECAMBE AND WISE SHOW between 1968-1978 set standards that are likely never to be bettered.And in this day and age (Reality shows infesting UK schedules everywhere now,with stupefying non-talents included),I'm pretty confident they never will be. Himself / Various CharactersLeonard Rossiter . HimselfErnie Wise . Hotel Owner Season 1, Episode 5: Episode #1.51 October 1980The boys talk about Eric's Jasper Rawling Painting. But Eric and Ern are probably best remembered for their spectacular Christmas shows from the 1970's and 1980's. Himself / Various CharactersErnie Wise . b2d0762948

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