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  1. Jun 16,  · Originally aired as spoken-word segments for John Peel’s radio show in the 70s, Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band frontman Vivian Stanshall’s diaries from his dysfunctional aristocrat Sir Henry soon became a cult interest with listeners, coalescing into a gentle, hilarious and plain off-the-wall album, Sir Henry At Rawlinson End, and a film by the same name in
  2. Mar 10,  · BBC Radio 1 comedy sketches broadcast from onwards, written, narrated and performed by Vivian Stanshall, describing the exploits of Sir Henry and the other peculiar denizens of his ancestral seat, Rawlinson End, with witty wordplay, a lot of nonsense and eccentric musical numbers.
  3. "A Memoir of Henry C. Rawlinson" is an article from The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures, Volume View more articles from The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata.
  4. Made in the UK printed on back cover and CD face, unlike Vivian Stanshall - Sir Henry At Rawlinson End, which states Made in the EU. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 8 2 0; Other Versions (5 of 6) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; CAS Vivian Stanshall.
  5. Sir Henry at Rawlinson End Reviews. Movie Reviews By Reviewer Type. A deliberately outrageous satire of a kind of English life taken to extremes by former Bonzo Dog Band frontman Vivian Stanshall.
  6. Mar 24,  · Visit it for links, for more Viv information, for the Viv material you are missing, and for a look at the Rawlingson End production for Theatre! And more. March 24, at AM.
  7. Apr 17,  · A short documentary about a week in the life of Vivian Stanshall. A short documentary about a week in the life of Vivian Stanshall Sir Henry At Rawlinson End - Duration: Al.
  8. Directed by Steve Roberts. With Trevor Howard, Patrick Magee, Denise Coffey, J.G. Devlin. The very eccentric English peer Sir Henry Rawlinson attempts, with the help of his mad family & servants, to exorcise the ghost of his brother Humbert.

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