KING, The Life and Comedy of Graham Kennedy

By: Graeme Blundell

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Macmillan, Sydney - first edition, 2003. hardcover, 9 1/4" x 6", with dust jacket. Unread copy. AS NEW book ijn AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. SIGNED BY AUTHOR on Title Page. This is the unauthorised biography of Australia's 'King of Comedy' - Graham Kennedy - tracing his career from his working-class Melbourne roots, then tilting Australia's television to an alarming, unforgettable angle with his style of disrespectful buffoonery, and later mysteriously disappearing from public life into the NSW Southern Highlands. Kennedy's comedy drew on vaudeville, burlesque, stand-up humour, satire and revue. He reigned over local television for 40-years as talk-show host, game-show presenter, satirist, commentator, and iconoclastic jester (and imitator of crow 'calls'!). Black cloth-bound boards with white type to spine, photographic endpapers, 52 b&w photographs, extensive Notes, Bibliography, and Index. LOOSELY INSERTED: Melbourne 'Age' review dated 31/05/02.

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