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by Eric Chappell
Author: Eric Chappell
Publisher: Samuel French (December 31, 2014)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism
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0573017980 (ISBN13: 9780573017988).
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Alec Firth is having an affair with his assistant, Liz, and has organized his domestic life so that they can go to Spain on holiday without making Alec's wife Maggie remotely suspicious. What could possibly go wrong?
Eric Chappell Productions Limited 043, BAFTA award winner, comedy writer of productions such as Rising Damp, The Squirrels, The Bounder, Home to Roost, PYE TV awards, Only When I Laugh, Duty Free.
Eric Chappell Productions Limited 043, BAFTA award winner, comedy writer of productions such as Rising Damp, The Squirrels, The Bounder, Home to Roost, PYE TV awards, Only When I Laugh, Duty Free, Singles, Fiddlers Three and Haggard. An in depth look in to Eric Chappell's plays. A short passage informing the user that they can actually acquire Eric's plays and to view a short synopsis of what his plays are all about.
This is a double bill comprising two one act plays We Don't Want To Lose You and Cut and Dried. In the offices of Multiple Holdings, Rex, Harry and Osborne form a somewhat uncomfortable alliance against the management, as personified by the devious Fletcher. To his horror, it's accepted! InCut and Dried everyone's after Rex's job but Harry ingratiates himself with the houses to better effect.
History For Dummies (For Dummies by Greg Velm.
Eric Chappell (born 1933, Grantham, Lincolnshire) is an English comedy writer who wrote and co-wrote a number of the UK's biggest sitcom hits during the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. His successes include The Squirrels, Rising Damp, Only When I Laugh, The Bounder, Duty Free, Singles, Haggard, Home to Roost and Fiddlers Three. He also wrote the stage plays The Banana Box (later turned into the sitcom Rising Damp); Only When I Laugh (based on the earlier sitcom); Natural Causes; Theft and Dead Reckoning.