TV commercial for Harvey's Bristol Cream. He is shown at a pool party and dispels the myth that Harvey's is only supposed to to be served in "those silly little glasses". At the end of the commercial, he says, "throw away those silly little glasses" at which time, people start tossing their sunglasses into the pool.
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Being a miner, as soon as you are too old and tired and sick and stupid to do the job properly, you have to go. Well, the very opposite applies with the judges. So all in all I'd rather have been a judge than a miner.
He complained that David Frost
's success was based on copying Cook's own stage persona and Cook dubbed him "the bubonic plagiarist", and said that his only regret in life, according to Alan Bennett
, had been saving Frost from drowning. This incident occurred in the summer of 1963, when the rivalry between the two men was at its height. Cook had realised that Frost's potential drowning would have ...