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Max Bygraves – Autobiography - I Wanna Tell You A

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Last updated on 14th Nov 2014

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Max Bygraves – Autobiography - I Wanna Tell You A

The rare and highly collectable item of signed memorabilia is a hard back book titled ‘I Wanna Tell You A Story’ which is personally signed by Max Bygraves OBE the late Dame Thora Hird DBE (1911-2003) and Googie Withers CBE.His autobiography reflects his marvellous sense of humour. He was born in London so close to the Bow Bells that his mother had to cup his ears as a baby to stop him being defend by the chimes.

”We had butter on Sundays chicken at Christmas” says Max. ”The rest of the time we had a diet of bread margarine and jam—I had so much margarine as a child if I had to go to hospital they would never think of giving a blood transfusion they did an oil change!”.Now that he has taken to the typewriter with his own story hilarity and enjoyment are guaranteed.This book was part of a private collection and is presented in good condition containing 190 pages and was published in 1976A fascinating book and a rare piece of music and comedy memorabilia.

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