Fiction    From 1924 

Khaki

Categories: Humour, Theatre

A very successful comedy burlesque written by Herbert C. Sargent and Con West and was performed at the Islington Empire. It starred Ernie Lotinga. Great War Fiction has a report on the censor's response to the play.

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Khaki

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Saville Theatre - Khaki

This shows Ernie Lotinga in the play 'Khaki'.

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Terry Scott

Terry Scott

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Person, Humour, TV & Radio

1 memorial
Ernie Wise OBE

Ernie Wise OBE

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Person, Humour, TV & Radio

3 memorials
Arthur Lowe

Arthur Lowe

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2 memorials
Dick Emery

Dick Emery

Actor and comedian.  Born University College Hospital, Bloomsbury.  'The Dick Emery Show' ran for twenty years, 1963 - 83, with his catch-phrase, 'Oh, you are awful!'  Died Denmark Hill, London.

Person, Humour, TV & Radio

1 memorial
George du Maurier

George du Maurier

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Person, Art, Humour, Literature, France

2 memorials