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Michael Hart 28 Nov 2013, 13:28 by JJON Editors

Gallant Michael Hart   U 17.1251-5 : Of companions now in various manners in different places defunct: Percy Apjohn (killed in action, Modder River), Philip Gilligan (phthisis, Jervis Street hospital ... With Hugh in America, Jacques McCarthy contributed the “topical” allusions to the Queen’s pantomime “The Fair One with the Golden Locks” in 1888.      As part of the good-natured ...

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Fresh air 6 Dec 2014, 03:27 by John Simpson

Lenehan and the great outdoors     U 7.612-13 : O, for a fresh of breath air! I caught a cold in the park. The gate was open. a) A fresh ... for his supper, and he does so with a stock of mostly music-hall, pantomime witticisms and popular lore. Here is one ('a fresh of breath air' rather than 'a ...

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Fresh air 29 Oct 2015, 08:03 by John Simpson

Lenehan and the great outdoors     U 7.612-13 : O, for a fresh of breath air! I caught a cold in the park. The gate was open. a) A fresh ... for his supper, and he does so with a stock of mostly music-hall, pantomime witticisms and popular lore. Here is one ('a fresh of breath air' rather than 'a ...

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Hokypoky 29 Nov 2013, 12:56 by JJON Editors

Hokypoky hocus pocus U 5.357-62: ... waiting for it to melt in their stomachs. [...] Look at them. Now I bet it makes them feel happy. Lollipop. It does. Yes ... Bloom’s reference to hokey-pokey has been associated with the earlier popular theatrical/pantomime character of that name (doubtless derived from hocus pocus) and to charlatanism in general. And ...

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Brown 31 May 2015, 02:23 by John Simpson

Mr Brown, Mr Robinson, and the average Joe   U 16.536-8: A great opportunity there certainly was for push and enterprise to meet the travelling needs of the public ... was firmly associated with the magazine. In 1842 Punch published the popular Punch’s Pantomime, written jointly by Jerrold and others and performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. In ...

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Dear dirty Dublin 30 Aug 2013, 11:21 by JJON Editors

Lady Morgan and “dear dirty Dublin”   D 8.165-7: I'm deuced glad, I can tell you, to get back to the old country. Does a fellow good, a ... February p. 110. 9 “Song” in Thomas Dibdin Songs, chorusses, &c. in the new pantomime of Harlequin's tour; or, the dominion of fancy (1800), p. 9. 10 “Song” in ...

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Nowhere to put it 2 Oct 2013, 10:43 by John Simpson

Nothing to sit down on – nowhere to put it U 3.89-95: —Uncle Richie, really...          —Sit down or by the law Harry I'll knock you down.          Walter squints ... joke made it on to the London stage in the Drury Lane boxing-night pantomime The Forty Thieves of 1898: The one joke that really made the audience laugh is ...

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Susie 4 Jun 2014, 02:20 by John Simpson

What was Sister Susie’s Playing?   [5 August 1932] I remember very well your singing One of the Family and Sister Susie's Playing. You always made the same mistake ... Toot, she plays the flute", being to the fore in the forthcoming Crystal Palace pantomime? 7      In the next few years references to the song turn up as far afield ...

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Gallaher3 30 Aug 2013, 13:26 by JJON Editors

Ignatius per ignotius : the short life and extraordinary times of Frederick Gallaher   3: More practical jokes and international sport   Another publication and a sensational hoax Fred’s publishing ventures had ... pages, was becoming a newspaper of popular entertainment as well as sport.     After the pantomime season for 1887-8 Fred Gallaher turned his mind back to his sporting priorities. He ...

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contransmagnificandjewbangtantiality 9 Mar 2014, 01:32 by John Simpson

contransmagnificandjewbangtantiality: jaw-breakers and spelling bees   U 3.51: Is that then the divine substance wherein Father and Son are consubstantial? Where is poor dear Arius to try conclusions? Warring ... memory.          But not entirely: Sean O'Casey has 'Transmagnificandanbanturality! - I heard that at a pantomime, said Sean, when I was a kid' (Mirror in my house, 1956, p. 82) (recalling ...

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