His acting has been compared to Chaplin and Keaton, critics have lauded his music, virtuosity and his sidesplitting performances have set new standards for fun. Dudley Moore: An Informal Biography examines the life and work of this comic genius and world-famous classical pianist. Lavishly illustrated, this first-ever biography covers Moore's long, tough climb to fame and fortune, his triumphs and failures on the British stage and BBC network, his offscreen romances and marriages, his string of box-office hits and failures and his dramatic fall from the top as Hollywood's hottest sex symbol.
Rena Fruchter was Dudley's concert piano partner, and the friend who looked after him in the final years of his life until his death at the age of 66. This is her intimate portrait of the extraordinarily brilliant, complex character that was Dudley Moore. During the last ten years of his life Dudley changed. He stepped off the podium and into real life. Physically life was difficult, professionally it was turbulent, but during his final years he blossomed, and in the midst of his illness from the debilitating effects of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, he found peace. Rena writes beautifully of Dudley's final years but also takes us back through his life story - conveying his inimitable talent, humour and vibrancy; evoking the atmosphere of a working-class upbringing in 1940s Britain, life in 1950s London and his relationship with Peter Cook, and the excesses of 1980s LA. With style and precision she unravels his personality, looks back at his childhood and career, weaving a moving and compelling story of a unique man.
Written with Dudley Moore's full co-operation, this illustrated biography examines every side of this complex man. Proving that there is more to Moore than the diminutive sex Symbol of 10 and the charming clown of Arthur, Paskin explores Moore's personality and paradoxes with intelligence and compassion.
Judy Huxtable, a beautiful Swinging Sixties model and actress, met and fell in love with Peter Cook in 1967. They were together during the memorable hit shows 'Behind the Fridge' and 'Derek and Clive', divorcing in 1989. Being intimate with Peter meant that Judy was inevitably close to Peter's comic partner, Dudley Moore, and they all formed an extraordinary bond. She was in a unique position to observe the special relationship that Peter and Dud shared, and the rivalry that existed between them. In LOVING PETER, Judy gives a perceptive and poignant account of the Peter Cook that only she knew. She writes with a mix of humour, insight and sadness about one of the funniest, most enigmatic and troubled men on the planet. She describes what he was like as a husband, performer, friend, father and man and gives an inside view of what really made him tick; why he seemed to want to destroy those he loved the most; how he succumbed to the destructive forces of drink and drugs; and how he and Dudley really got on.
This book focuses on three important British travellers to Crete during the 18th and 19th centuries to establish whether or not they made any significant contribution to the field of research with regard to the archaeological heritage of Bronze Age Crete. It is an attempt to bring these 'lost pioneers' of antiquity to the fore and to recognize their efforts as part of the foundation of the discovery of the island's Bronze Age archaeology prior to the ground-breaking excavations of Sir Arthur Evans. The three travellers examined here are Richard Pococke (1704-65), Robert Pashley (1805-59) and Thomas Spratt (1811-88). Having dealt with the terms that these travellers used in describing ancient remains, the book looks briefly at the background to Bronze Age Crete itself. Thereafter the development from antiquarianism into archaeology is followed to establish the motives behind these travellers' wanderings in Crete. This also involves a discussion of other British travellers to Crete and problems they may have encountered with an island in the throes of Ottoman turbulence. Using their published journals, the author has followed the footsteps of Pococke, Pashley and Spratt to see what they may have discovered, and compared their written accounts with what is physically there today. The results are most intriguing.
Academy Award Nominee and Golden Globe Award Winner, Legendary Actor and Composer Inspired Adult Coloring Book
Author: Alyssa Mack
Publisher: Independently Published
Dudley Stuart John Moore, CBE (19 April 1935 - 27 March 2002) was an English actor, comedian, musician and composer.Moore first came to prominence in the UK as one of the four writer-performers in the comedy revue Beyond the Fringe from 1960, and with one member of that team, Peter Cook, collaborated on the television series Not Only... But Also. The double act worked on other projects until the mid-1970s, by which time Moore had settled in Los Angeles to concentrate on his film acting.
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Dudley Moore, Edward Heath, List of Organ Scholars at British Cathedrals and Parish Churches, Organ Scholar
Author: Source Wikipedia
Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 49. Chapters: Dudley Moore, Edward Heath, Organ scholar, Christopher Herrick, William Denis Browne, David Briggs, Richard Hickox, Charles Villiers Stanford, Meredith Davies, Charles Wood, David Willcocks, Thomas Armstrong, Andrew Davis, David Hand, David Stancliffe, William McKie, Richard Armstrong, Jeremy Filsell, George Guest, Harry Bicket, Ralph Downes, Adrian Batten, Kingsley Charles Dunham, Frederick Stocken, Thomas Trotter, Katherine Dienes, Stephen Cleobury, Harrison Oxley, Adrian Lucas, Simon Preston, Stephen Farr, Joseph Cooper, David Price, Malcolm Archer, Richard Apperley, Max Kenworthy, Douglas Guest, Timothy Byram-Wigfield, Herbert Murrill, John Scott, Andrew Parnell, Michael Nicholas, Richard Marlow, Thomas Fielden, Martin How, Clive Driskill-Smith, Ronald Edward Perrin, David Owen Norris, E. T. Cook, Richard Popplewell, Brian Runnett, Marcus Wibberley, David Goode, Stephen Barlow, Stephen Darlington, William Whitehead, Geraint Bowen, Francis Grier, Malcolm Boyle, Russell Arthur Missin, Iain Farrington, John Keys, Edward Elwyn Jones, Richard Egarr, Robert Costin, Nicholas Cleobury. Excerpt: Sir Edward Richard George "Ted" Heath, KG, MBE, PC (9 July 1916 - 17 July 2005) was a British Conservative politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1970-74) and as Leader of the Conservative Party (1965-75). He was a Member of Parliament (MP) from 1950-2001. Born in Broadstairs, Kent, Heath went on to study at Balliol College, Oxford. In 1938, Heath went to Spain to witness the ongoing civil war and then served in the British Army during the Second World War. Heath served as Chief Whip during the Suez Crisis of 1956 and formally became a cabinet member under Harold Macmillan as Minister of Labour (1959-60), before leading the unsuccessful negotiations to join the European Economic Community in 1962-63. In 19...