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Dudley Moore - Beethoven Sonata parody

Dudley Moore - Beethoven Sonata parody

(4:29) 'Bridge Over The River Kwai' whistle goes classic.

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Guest: cd1 (3067 days ago)
Magnificent! I saw this on TV in the late 60s/early 70s and have been trying to find a recording of it for the past 30 odd years. Sheer brilliance.
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Magnificent! I saw this on TV in the late 60s/early 70s and have been trying to find a recording of it for the past 30 odd years. Sheer brilliance.
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Guest: strawberryfields789 (3353 days ago)
Such a gift. I'm glad to see he performed piano as well as comedy. He's genius at both.
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Such a gift. I'm glad to see he performed piano as well as comedy. He's genius at both.
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Guest: Anne O'Rack (3061 days ago)
Don't want to be an anorak, but the tune is called "Colonel Bogey" - not "Bridge over the River Kwai". As Wikipedia says "...people now incorrectly refer to the "Colonel Bogey March" as "The River Kwai March". (In fact, Arnold used this name for a completely different march that he wrote for the film.). Come on Boreme! :o)
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Don't want to be an anorak, but the tune is called "Colonel Bogey" - not "Bridge over the River Kwai". As Wikipedia says "...people now incorrectly refer to the "Colonel Bogey March" as "The River Kwai March". (In fact, Arnold used this name for a completely different march that he wrote for the film.). Come on Boreme! :o)
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Guest: Argle (2054 days ago)
Latest comment: Dudly Moore is one of my favorite actors in part because he's also an accomplished musician. Generally speaking it's nice when they can bring more than one talent to the screen. Dudly also plays violin. Others that come to mind are the Marx Brothers, Charo (classical guitar), Phyllis Diller (piano), Ralph Maccio (guitar), the 4 "Spinal Tap" guys, Steve Martin (guitar, banjo), Bernadette Peters and Richard Gere (trumpet), and, of course, the whole cast of "Amadeus." It's all much better than the western I watched once where the banjo player played on in the sound track as he reached for his beer.
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Latest comment: Dudly Moore is one of my favorite actors in part because he's also an accomplished musician. Generally speaking it's nice when they can bring more than one talent to the screen. Dudly also plays violin. Others that come to mind are the Marx Brothers, Charo (classical guitar), Phyllis Diller (piano), Ralph Maccio (guitar), the 4 "Spinal Tap" guys, Steve Martin (guitar, banjo), Bernadette Peters and Richard Gere (trumpet), and, of course, the whole cast of "Amadeus." It's all much better than the western I watched once where the banjo player played on in the sound track as he reached for his beer.
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