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Jackley, Nat   (1909-1988)
Jackley, Nat Skinny, lisping, rubber-necked comedian who became a cult figure following his role in the Beatles' televison film, Magical Mystery Tour (1967).
A very fine early vintage black and white 5.25" x 3.25" photograph, nicely signed in across the lower white margin.

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ref:2643  £18.00
Jackley, Nat   (1909-1088
Jackley, Nat Skinny, lisping, rubber-necked comedian who became a cult figure following his role in the Beatles' televison film, Magical Mystery Tour (1967).
A fine early vintage black and white 5.25" x 3.25" photograph of the smartly dressed Nat Jackley, signed and inscribed ("Good luck, George, Nat Jackley") across the image in blue ink.

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ref:6065  £10.00
James, Jimmy   (1892-1965)
James, Jimmy
British music hall, film, radio and television comedian and actor; famous for a routine as a drunk with a cigarette in his mouth (interestingly, he was teetotal and never smoked).
A very fine vintage black and white photograph (8" x 10") of Jimmy James in his "drunk" routine, nicely signed and inscribed ("To my friend Pat, all the best, Jimmy James") in black ink across a clear area of the image.
SCARCE in this size of photograph.

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ref:8149  £30.00
James, Jimmy   (1892-1965)
James, Jimmy
British music hall, film, radio and television comedian and actor; famous for a routine as a drunk with a cigarette in his mouth (interestingly, he was teetotal and never smoked).
A very fine early vintage photograph (4.25" x 3.25"), nicely signed and inscribed ("To David, Good Luck, Jimmy James")  in black fountain pen ink across the image.

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ref:2310  £15.00
James Bolam & Rodney Bewes,   
James Bolam & Rodney Bewes, James Bolam (1938-   ) & Rodney Bewes (1938-   ), British actors who became famous for their appearances in BBC television’s The Likely Lads (1964-1966) and the sequel, Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads (1973-1974).
A very fine colour lobby card (8" x 10") for the 1976 film spin-off of The Likely Lads, showing a scene with Bolam, Bewes and Mary Tamm (as Christina). Both actors have added excellent signatures in ink across the image.
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ref:9645  £25.00
James Bolam and Rodney Bewes, THE LIKELY LADS   
James Bolam and Rodney Bewes, THE LIKELY LADS James Bolam (1938-   ) & Rodney Bewes (1938-   ), British actors who became famous for their appearances in BBC television’s The Likely Lads (1964-1966) and the sequel, Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads (1973-1974).
A fine black and white photograph (8" x 10"), showing a scene from the televisuion series, with Bolam and Bewes flashing their manly legs at Brigit Forsyth (b.1940) as the long-suffering thelma.  All three actors have added excellent signatures in ink across the image.
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ref:9694  £25.00
Jason, David   (1940- )
Jason, David

Fine British character actor, most famous for his television work, especially Only Fools and Horses (1981-1993) and A Touch of Frost (1993-    ). A fine Yorkshire Television postcard-sized colour photograph of Jason as Inspector Frost, signed and inscribed in silver ink across the image.


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ref:1108  £35.00
Jason, David   (1940- )
Jason, David

Fine British character actor.

A fine 8.5" x 6.5" original black and white publicity photograph of David Jason, with actress Gabrielle Drake and actor Paul Rogers in a scene from the stage play, Look, No Hans! (by John Chapman and Michael Pertwee), In spite of the gun and the serious expressions, the play is a very funny farce about secret agents. This particular run of the farce was staged in the 1983-84 season at the Theatre Royal in Bath.
David Jason has
signed and inscribed the photograph ("For Martin, David Jason") in blue ink across a clear area of the image. The photograph has also been signed and inscribed by Gabrielle Drake.

A rare David Jason collectable.
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ref:10072  £65.00
Jewel and Warriss,   
Jewel and Warriss, British comedy greats, the most famous double-act of the 1940s and 1950s.
A
pair of fine vintage album pages (each 5.5" x 4.25"), one signed in green ink by Jimmy Jewel, the other in blue ink by Ben Warriss.
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ref:6460  £10.00
Jewel and Warriss,   
Jewel and Warriss, British comedy greats, the most famous double-act of the 1940s and 1950s.
A
very fine vintage black and white publicity photograph (a little smaller than 9" x 7") of Jewel and Warriss with a wary-looking showgirl. Both comics have signed across the image in blue ink.

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ref:10242  £20.00
Jewel and Warriss,   
Jewel and Warriss, British comedy greats, the most famous double-act of the 1940s and 1950s.
A
very fine vintage photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), nicely signed and inscribed by each man individually in blue ink
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ref:8012  £18.00
Johnson, Arte   (1929- )
Johnson, Arte Diminutive, bespectacled American comedy actor, most famous for his appearances on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In in the late 1960s.
A bold signature in black ink on a 5" x 3" white card.

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ref:9119  £5.00
Jones, Terry (and Michael Palin)   (1942- )
Jones, Terry (and Michael Palin) Welsh comedy writer, actor and director.
an unusual item obtained on April 24th 1980, when Terry Jones and Michael Palin visited  Lears Bookshop in Cardiff to sign copies of Ripping Yarns and Life of Brian.
 It's an 8.25" x 6.5" sheet of lined paper on which Terry Jones has written, in black ink:
"To Mark
this paper has specially been signed for sticking in this book by
Terry Jones
"
Michael Palin
has added his signature, also in black ink, immediately below.



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ref:10013  £18.00
Joyce, Yootha (and Brian Murphy)   
Joyce, Yootha (and Brian Murphy) Yootha Joyce (1927-1980) and Brian Murphy (1933-   )
Fine British comedy actors who became famous in two hugely populat television series, A Man About The House (1973-1976) and George and Mildred (1976-1979).

A fine 5"x 4" slip of paper, the blank reverse to what appears to have been a Pontin's evening of entertainment and has been signed by both in black ink. RARE.

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ref:4109  £50.00
Kinnear, Roy   (1934-1988)
Kinnear, Roy

Great British comedy actor.

An exceptionally fine black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), nicely signed ("Lots of love, Roy Kinnear") in dark blue ink across the lower white panel.
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ref:9652  £30.00
Lavender, Ian   (1946- )
Lavender, Ian British actor.
A very fine colour photograph of the film poster for the original film version of Dad's Army in 1971, with a bold signature in red ink across the image.
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ref:8358  £15.00
Lavender, Ian   (1946- )
Lavender, Ian British actor.
A very fine black and white photograph (8" x 10"), as Private Frank Pike in Dad's Army, boldly signed across the image in blue ink.

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ref:8328  £15.00
Lee, Pinky   (1907-1993)
Lee, Pinky American burlesque comedian, a huge star in the early 1950s, hosting the children's television programme, The Pinky Lee Show.
A fine vintage album page (5.25" x 3.25"), signed in full in green ink and obtained on September 10th, 1951, when Lee was appearing at the London Palladium.
(It is difficult nowadays to comprehend how big a show business phenomenon this man was in his heyday, but some idea
be obtained from all the 1950s collectables now on offer on Ebay – dolls, board games, play sets, stationery, comics and premium offers from manufacturers.)
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ref:6805  £20.00
Leigh, Janet   (1927-2004)
Leigh, Janet American actress, in some excellent films but immortalised by her Oscar-nominated performance in the Hitchcock masterpiece, Psycho (1960).
A
gorgeous  black and white photograph (8" x 10") of Janet Leigh at her loveliest, nicely signed and inscribed ("To Alan, Janet Leigh") in blue ink across the image.
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ref:9847  £35.00
Lestocq, Humphrey   (1918-1984)
Lestocq, Humphrey Legendary British comedy actor.
A very fine signature in blue ink from his Whirligig days. It is on the reverse of an advertising card (4.25" x 3") promoting the British Televiewers' Rally at Exhibition Hall in London (no date, but certainly the early 1950s).
This must have been a "meet the stars" event because also on the card is a "Hank" signature in blue ink.
Hank was "Hank the Cowboy", another star of Whirligig, played by  Francis Coudrill (1914-1989).

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ref:6208  £15.00
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