Dick emery death
Emery, hospitalized since Christmas for a respiratory disease, died at about 2 p. Emery was one of Britain's highest paid comics. He was known for his catch phrase: 'Oh you are awful but I like you. Emery was born into show business, traveling the country with his parents' music hall act. His earliest ambition was to appear in opera but he quickly settled for variety and got regular work in the pre-war halls and in pantomime. Later, a succession of appearances on regular radio shows during the s brought him to the attention of the public and he moved into televison on the Michael Bentine Show.
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Funeral Notices - Dick Emery
By Rebecca Hardy for MailOnline. For so many of us, the legendary comedian Dick Emery was as much a part of our childhoods as fish fingers and peas. The Dick Emery Show dominated Saturday night family viewing for more than two decades, with up to 17 million tuning into the BBC1 comedy programme each week. And as for his familiar catchphrases. Scroll down for video.
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How the agony of watching Dick Emery die gave his daughter Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Clustered around comedian Dick Emery's hospital deathbed were his children from various marriages, wife number four, wife number five and his live-in girlfriend. Dick's youngest child and only daughter, Eliza Emery, then a year-old schoolgirl, was given a mask and gown and led in to join the sobbing throng. Although the pain subsided after an hour, it returned intermittently as Eliza sat at her father's bedside for three days before he finally died. It was a deeply distressing time.
By Martin Chilton , Culture Editor online. For nearly two decades The Dick Emery Show dominated Saturday night television — audiences of up to 17 million a night were common during the 18 series and episodes shown from to — but today Emery has been largely forgotten. His catchphrases might linger, but little else. Does he deserve better?
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