Title: The Same Mistakes
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1982), Ken Dodd's Showbiz (1982), Ken Dodd at the London Palladium (1990), An Audience with Ken Dodd (1994), Another Audience with Ken Dodd (2002), Ken Dodd's Happiness (2007), Ken Dodd: In His Own Words (2016). The statue of Dodd at Lime Street railway station. The Same Mistakes"/"Call Me Mister Sunshine" (1967). You're My Best Friend" (1980). Matchstalk Men and Matchstalk Cats and Dogs" (1980).
Sir Kenneth Arthur Dodd OBE (8 November 1927 – 11 March 2018) was an English comedian, singer and occasional actor. He was described as "the last great music hall entertainer", and was primarily known for his live stand-up performances. A lifelong resident of Knotty Ash in Liverpool, Dodd's career as an entertainer started in the mid-1950s.
3. Eight By Ten. Ken Dodd. Capano, Frank Capano, Billy Uhr. 5. So Deep Is the Night (Tristesse). 8. The Very Thought of You.
Presenting Ken Dodd, Hits For Now and Always. All the Songs I Love. Happiness - Very Best of Ken Dodd. See All. Mike Hurst Producers Archives Volume 1. Various Artists.
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Title: Ken Dodd: An Audience with Ken Dodd (1994– ). 7,9/10. Did You Know? Quotes. when you leave you'll think "that's taught me a lesson!".
Comedian with an endless desire to make people laugh known for his tickling sticks, Diddymen and marathon stage performances. The last great front-cloth comic of our times, and the last standing true vaudevillian, Ken Dodd, who has died aged 90, was even more than that – a force of nature, a whirlwind, an ambulant torrent of surreal invention, physical and verbal, whose Liverpudlian cheek masked the melancholy of an authentic clown. This isn’t television, missus, he’d say to the front stalls, you can’t turn me off. And then he would embark on an odyssey of gag-spinning that, over five.
Sir Ken Dodd, creator of the Diddy Men and one of the most popular comedians of his time, has died aged 90. The Liverpool legend had recently been released from hospital after six weeks of treatment for a chest infection. On Friday, he had married Anne Jones, his partner of 40 years, at their house, the same one he grew up in, in the Liverpool suburb of Knotty Ash. Lady Dodd described him as "a most life-enhancing, brilliant, creative comedian". Speaking outside their home, she said Sir Ken "just wanted to make people happy". Tickling sticks and tears for Doddy