Frankie Howerd British comedian who starred in the TV show 'Up Pompei' in the 70's

Frankie Howerd British comedian who starred in the TV show 'Up Pompei' in the 70's

Up Pompeii - Frankie Howerd

Up Pompeii - Frankie Howerd

Bee Gees & Frankie Howerd on the set of Sgt. Pepper

Bee Gees & Frankie Howerd on the set of Sgt. Pepper

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BBC Four - Frankie Howerd: Rather You Than Me

BBC Four - Frankie Howerd: Rather You Than Me

Frankie Howerd in Up Pompeii

Frankie Howerd in Up Pompeii

Frankie Howerd (1917 - 1992) - Find A Grave Photos

Frankie Howerd (1917 - 1992) - Find A Grave Photos

Frankie Howerd Francis Alick "Frankie" Howerd OBE (6 March 1917, York – 19 April 1992)[1] was an English comedian and comic actor whose career, described by fellow comedian Barry Cryer as "a series of comebacks",[2] spanned six decades. A tortured genius could never reconcile to being gay, was complicated and difficult but loved by millions.

Frankie Howerd Francis Alick "Frankie" Howerd OBE (6 March 1917, York – 19 April 1992)[1] was an English comedian and comic actor whose career, described by fellow comedian Barry Cryer as "a series of comebacks",[2] spanned six decades. A tortured genius could never reconcile to being gay, was complicated and difficult but loved by millions.

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Amalgamated Movies presents Blow-Up Pompeii.  A movie poster spoof which imagines what if the 1966 Palme d’Or winning film “Blow-Up” directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and starring David Hemmings and Vanessa Redgrave, collided with the 1971 British TV comedy spin-off film “Up-Pompeii” directed by Bob Kellett and starring Frankie Howerd and Michael Hordern. The credits reveal a nihilistic swinging London riddled with innuendos. Also available as an A4 or A3 print.

Amalgamated Movies presents Blow-Up Pompeii. A movie poster spoof which imagines what if the 1966 Palme d’Or winning film “Blow-Up” directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and starring David Hemmings and Vanessa Redgrave, collided with the 1971 British TV comedy spin-off film “Up-Pompeii” directed by Bob Kellett and starring Frankie Howerd and Michael Hordern. The credits reveal a nihilistic swinging London riddled with innuendos. Also available as an A4 or A3 print.

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#Sixties | Cilla Black and Frankie Howerd

#Sixties | Cilla Black and Frankie Howerd

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Frankie Howerd in Carry on Doctor: hospitals have been told to make patients' lives more stimulating. Photograph: Allstar

Frankie Howerd in Carry on Doctor: hospitals have been told to make patients' lives more stimulating. Photograph: Allstar

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