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Publish and Bedazzled #32 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 32:

Where Do I Sit: We take a long, slow look at this rare old, errm, rare old. Is it of any worth? Or were BBC2 right to cancel after only three episodes?

Rammer Special: It's that time of year when we bow our heads and pay due defference to the man who first Published & Inspired.

Sketch: "A Spot of the Usual Trouble". Pete & Dud discuss their problems, being kept awake at night by stalkers such as Brigitte Bardot."

NEWSFLASH: As Mr Jeffrey Archcreep is released from gaol, Pub&Bed brings you details of Peter Cooks spoof of the judge's summing up from the original Record Damages track, on the Pivate Eye flexidisc from 1987.

Sketch: Nun Quickie. Nuff Sed.

Golf Balls: The Dragger spends some considerable time chatting with Peta Button (set designer for "Peter Cook Talks Golf Balls") and Ms Button's husband, who just happens to be Joe McGrath (director of both the first series of NOBA & the London run of Behind The Fringe.) - a bloody superb inteview!!! Worth the cover fee alone. But then of course, I get mine for nothing. So errm, buy it. Or something.

Sketch: Transcript of Sherlock Homes inestigates The Case of The One Legged Dog. Another classic taken from Goodbye Again.

Review: Clinty has a good look over Goodbye Again, discovering the snobbery of those who were against Cook & Moore moving across to commercial television, and what they did once getting there.

Transcript: Peter Cook and Dudley Moore play many different parts during this discussion on the evils of mob violence.

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