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Publish and Bedazzled #30 is currently out of print.



 Peter Cook Presents The Misty Mr. Wisty LP
audio files taken from the wonderful 1965 album.
 Peter Cook Docu
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Inside Issue 30:

Poetry Corner: A transcript of "The Glidd of Glood" - that wonderful poem from "Not Only... But Also". Followed by an analysis of the poem, suggesting the Glidd was suffering onanistic tendencies.

Cry Barry for Saint George: Barry Fantoni gives us his personal view of "Over AT Rainbows" - a short but encouraging review of this recent CD release.

Good Afternoon with Mavis Nicholson: A full transcript of the interview Cook & Moore gave in '73 - Pete & Dud discuss their rapidly crumbling relationship.

Behind The Fringe In Australia: A plethora of sketches taken from Cooke & Moore's 1970 tour of Aus:
               Prestissimo: A pleasantly odd sketch in which a police offcier issues a speeding ticket to a pianist.
               Gospel Truth: Ardent fans will know this sketch from "Good Evening" and "Saturday Night Live"
               Moody: Pete & Dud play husband and wife. As they chat to each other a screen behind them shows their real thoughts.
               Foreign Office: Peter Cook and Dudley Moore attempt to decipher a coded message, sent by the Chinese to the Foreign Office; "Kwong ming haja din haja fooor khad'ja something something khadja".

Sketch Guide (aka anoraks corner): a rundown of all the sketches from the UK & Aus tours of Behind The Fridge plus the American version, Good Evening.

Peter Cook: Jem "The Clem" Roberts provides us with a posthumorous tribute to the great man.

Polls, Socks, Clocks & Fags: Transcript of Peter Cook's 1988 appearance on Michael Aspe'ls chatshow.

Book Review: The Holy Dragger reviews "Tragically I Was An Only Twin: The Complete Peter Cook".

Sketch: A suitably stupid Sir Arthur explains his idea of teaching flowers Not Only to speak, But Also to walk.

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