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SYNOPSIS:

 

Published for the first time on audio; Fantom Publishing presents Jon Pertwee’s infamous autobiography Moon Boots and Dinner Suits read by Terry Molloy.

 

Jon Pertwee’s acting career began with a public performance at the age of four. He seems to have been expelled from most of the schools his actor-writer father Roland Pertwee sent him to and finally joined RADA in 1936. From there too, he was asked to leave. Jon went into Rep and had a checkered career. In Brighton panic set in when he dressed as an old gardener in Love from a Stranger instead of as a young cleric in Candida.

In 1938 came Jon’s first radio role in the BBC’s Lillibulero, in which year he also appeared in his father’s play, To Kill a Cat, directed by Henry Kendall at the Aldwych Theatre. When war came he joined the Navy, ramming Douglas Pier with an Isle of Man Stream Packet boat. He was blown up twice, once being put on a marble slab presumed dead, and spent many months stationed in the Scapa Flow. He was the founder of the Service Players in the Isle of Man. He was commissioned in the RNVR and transferred to Naval Intelligence where he worked and became good friends with the future Prime Minister James Callaghan. Then Jon joined Naval Broadcasting. His radio series, The Navy Lark, ran for eighteen years and produced some truly vintage memories of radio.

Whether telling stories of a misspent youth, of his posterior’s first painful introduction to a fives bat or his exploits with the McKenzie sisters in the north of Scotland, Jon Pertwee's humour and natural wit never fail him. Moon Boots and Dinner Suits is a wry, funny and endearing portrait of the early years of a most innovative and well-loved actor.

 

 

MOON BOOTS AND DINNER SUITS

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JON PERTWEE

READ BY TERRY MOLLOY

 

RELEASED

ISBN: 978-1-78196-080-6    CDs: 3

Abridged

 

UK :: £13.99

includes postage and packing

OS :: £15.99

includes postage and packing

WORLDWIDE :: £7.99

43 % download discount

 

ABOUT THE READER:

 

Terry Molloy is an experience radio and television actor. Most notably he is best known as Mike Tucker in BBC Radio 4’s ‘The Archers’, while on television he played the Doctor’s evil nemesis Davros during the 1980s! He has also recently appeared on BBC 7 in the role of Professor Edward Dunning in ‘The Scarifyers’ produced by Cosmic Hobo Productions.  

 

 


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