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  • Author:
    Charlie Williams
  • ISBN:
    0723405174
  • ISBN13:
    978-0723405177
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Mosby-Wolfe (November 26, 1973)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
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    1804 kb
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    1645 kb
  • DJVU format
    1184 kb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    694
  • Formats:
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For other people called Charles or Charlie Williams, see Charles Williams. In 1973, he presented a one-off special Charlie Williams Show on BBC2, and published an autobiography, Ee-I've Had Some Laughs. Charlie Williams MBE. Charlie Williams appearing on The Comedians in the 1970s. He was popular enough at this time to be featured as the star of his own one page comic strip in IPC's Shiver and Shake comic at this time. He was also the host of ATV's popular game show The Golden Shot for a six-month period from late 1973 to early 1974, although he often struggled to hold together this fast moving live show, and it ultimately had a detrimental effect on his career.

The only power Charlie Williams has is Ooga Booga with how he types. Lmao that one made me laugh out loud. That and being the only man who is being haunted by Nathan Bedford Forrest and his merry band of Klansmen. The Best of Charlie Williams Getting Confrontational: r3k4k54k5r3rw said: He seems to really like using the term "playing a game". So does this guy use those free Obamaphones? What's his background look like? I have no idea why he isn't routinely picked up by police. Guys like this are a dime a dozen, it's just the fact he films EVERY thing is what makes it outside the ordinary.

You’ve got to do jokes like Charlie Williams. That’s the kind of thing we expect from black comedians up here’. In 1973 his Ee-I’ve Had Some Laughs was published. In 1999 he received an MBE for his charity work, and in 2004 he was voted Doncaster Rovers all-time cult hero

You’ve got to do jokes like Charlie Williams. I would go to see Charlie pulling the house down doing stuff about ‘darkies’ and I thought ‘this is obviously what you’ve got to do if it’s a predominantly white audience – you’ve got to put yourself, and other people, down’. Williams was, very much, a black comic for his time. In 1999 he received an MBE for his charity work, and in 2004 he was voted Doncaster Rovers all-time cult hero. He died on the 2nd September 2006 having suffered from Parkinson’s disease and dementia

I've told you already we've got to be going at an absolutely tremendous speed when . Why don't you pay some attention to where this crazy Elevator's going!' shouted Grandma Josephine. And stop footling about!'

I've told you already we've got to be going at an absolutely tremendous speed when we hit. Otherwise we'll never punch our way in through the roof of the Chocolate Factory. And when the lights came on, Charlie suddenly realized that for the last few seconds he hadn't been floating at all. He had been standing normally on the floor. And stop footling about!' 'A little footling round about, will stop you going up the spout,' said Mr Wonka.

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English wit and humor. Charlie Williams (1929-). Ee-I've had some laughs.

Quite different in style to anything else I've read, that the story is narrated in Royston Blake's accent may put some off but I really enjoyed it.

The thing that made this book enjoyable for me overall, despite some elements I couldn't like, including the main character, was the excellent supporting cast that the author uses to effectively flesh out and humanise a pretty poor Main character in Blake. Quite different in style to anything else I've read, that the story is narrated in Royston Blake's accent may put some off but I really enjoyed it.

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