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51 poems of Spike Milligan. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee. Early lifeMilligan was born in Ahmednagar, India, on 16 April 1918, the son of an Irish.
Or, he would, if he weren’t dead. Death was a recurring theme in the work of the man who sagely observed: All men are cremated equal. We’ll tell you what’s true. One of Spike’s last great moments was also one of his funniest: his infamous takedown of Prince Charles in 1994. Presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the British Comedy Awards, Milligan listened uninterested while host Jonathan Ross read out a glowing message of congratulations from the Prince of Wales. Grovelling bastard, the recipient muttered
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In 1973, Peter Sellers persuaded his friend Peter Medak to direct a pirate comedy that he had developed with fellow comic genius Spike Milligan – only to then sabotage the production. Sellers’s tantrums and cancelled shoots were among the disasters that took their toll, ensuring that the film was never seen in cinemas. Now Medak has made a feature documentary that lifts the lid on the nightmare of the comedy’s collapse, and of goings-on behind the scenes that were more outrageous and funnier than the movie itself