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By Barry Anthony
Drawing on many formerly unused assets, this is often first, authoritative, biography of Dan Leno. in simple terms Charlie Chaplin, frequently in comparison to Dan popular and visual appeal, used to be to occupy an analogous place within the hearts of the British public. In telling the whole tale of Dan’s lifestyles and profession at the level and reveal, Barry Anthony brings to lifestyles the standard lifetime of Victorian Britain, in addition to Dan’s precise model of humour and its resonance with later comedians resembling Spike Milligan and the Monty Python team.
'Barry Anthony has realized a lot more than I concerning the nice little clown who grew to become the King's Jester. He has introduced all of it jointly during this interesting and so good documented tale of Dan Leno's lifestyles and times.' - Roy Hudd President of the British tune corridor Society
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King's Jester, The: The Life of Dan Leno, Victorian Comic Genius by Barry Anthony