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Bob Monkhouse Comedian / TV Presenter holding the book of gags that was stolen from his

Bob Monkhouse Comedian  /  TV Presenter holding the book of gags that was stolen from his


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Bob Monkhouse Comedian / TV Presenter holding the book of gags that was stolen from his

Bob Monkhouse Comedian/TV Presenter holding the book of gags that was stolen from his house November 1997

Cherry Dale
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Hertfordshire
United Kingdom
WA*708601

Media ID 21471579

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1997 Comedian Presenter


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In this photo print, we see the legendary Bob Monkhouse, renowned comedian and TV presenter, holding a book of gags that was infamously stolen from his house in November 1997. The image takes us back to the vibrant era of the 1990s, where Monkhouse's wit and charm dominated the entertainment industry. With a mischievous glint in his eyes, Monkhouse holds onto this precious collection of jokes that once belonged to him. This stolen treasure represents not only his comedic genius but also serves as a reminder of an unfortunate event that shook his world. Despite facing adversity, Monkhouse never lost his sense of humor or allowed setbacks to dampen his spirit. As one of the most beloved entertainers on television during this time period, Monkhouse brought laughter into countless homes across the nation. His quick wit and impeccable timing made him an icon in comedy circles. With each joke he delivered and every show he presented, Monkhouse effortlessly captivated audiences with his charisma and infectious energy. This print by Cherry Dale transports us back to a time when television was filled with unforgettable personalities like Bob Monkhouse. It is a testament to both his resilience as well as the enduring legacy he left behind in the world of entertainment.

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