The Laughing Sneezing Man Written-By – Charles Penrose. The Dog V. Written-By. The Cornet – Billie Grey. Matrix, Runout (Side A): A 6761 Matrix, Runout (Side B): A 6836.
Charles Penrose, Bryan Glennie - The Laughing Sneezing Man, The Dog V. The Cornet (Shellac, 10"). The Laughing Policeman (Maxi). Charles Penrose And Kaye Connor - The Laughing Policeman Up-To-Date (Shellac, 10").
Charles Penrose (11 November 1873 – 17 November 1952) was a music hall and theatre performer, and later radio comedian, who is best known for his unusual comic song "The Laughing Policeman". Charles Penrose was born Frank Penrose Cawse in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, the son of a master watchmaker and jeweller. His parents re-registered him as Charles Penrose Dunbar Cawse shortly after his birth. The B side of "The Laughing Sneezing Man", was a short comical sketch called "The Dog Vs The Cornet" where a little boy had to get his dog to out-sing a cornet player and make him stop playing. Radio and published recordings. Penrose was one of the first comedians to star on BBC Radio, his most popular role being Sgt. Bob Evergreen in the wartime radio series "The Pig and Whistle. He was also a character actor in a number of films in the 1930s and 1940s.
Текст и Слова песни Charles Penrose - The Laughing Policeman (1922). Laughter, I know a fat ole policeman, he s always on our street, A fat old, jolly red faced man, he really is a treat, He s too fine. And then you'll start him laughing, with all his blessed might. Charles Penrose - The Laughing Policeman (1922). Слова и текст песни Charles Penrose - The Laughing Policeman (1922), К сожалению, скачать песню и послушать онлайн, на сайте не получится, здесь находится только текст песни. Если вам понравился текст, то обязательно напишите свой коммент.
The Laughing Policeman" is a music hall song by British artist Charles Penrose (published under the pseudonym Charles Jolly in 1922). A similar laughing song with the same tune but other subject matter had been in circulation since the 1890s popularised by George W. Johnson of the USA. In June 1922, Penrose made the first recording of this song, which was released on Regal Records G-7816
The sadness The Laughing Man feels, particularly at the end of the story when his companion Black Wing dies, is mirrored by the sadness that the Chief feels when Mary Hudson leaves him. Though the narrator does not appear to be aware of this connection between the Chief and The Laughing Man there does seem to be further similarities between both. Just as the narrator tells the reader that The Laughing Man’s face was disfigured (and possibly made to look ugly), the narrator’s physical description of the Chief also appears to be unflattering
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|A||–Charles Penrose||The Laughing Sneezing Man
Written-By – Charles Penrose
|B||–Charles Penrose And Bryan Glennie||The Dog V. The Cornet
Written-By – Billie Grey
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): A 6761
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): A 6836