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|Songs: "I'll Follow My Secret Heart," "Regency Rakes," "Charming, Charming," "|
Dear Little Soldiers," "English Lesson," "There's Always Something Fishy About
the French," "Nevermore." London: Feb. 16, 1934 His Majesty's Theatre; 177 p.
Maya Latynski - 1992 - 107 pages
|would keep Germany "guessing,"** was instead far more successful at keeping |
France in the dark. But the lack of consistent and ... The refrain went on, "Oh,
there's always something fishy about the French!"90 Indeed, as Bullitt lamented
at the ...
Gyles Brandreth - 2013 - 465 pages
|NoŽl Coward 1899Ė1973 English dramatist, actor, and composer: 'There's |
Always Something Fishy about the French' (1933) 3 Dinners, soirťes, poets,
erratic millionaires, painters, translations, lobsters, absinthe, music, promenade,
|Ev'ry wise and thoroughly worldly wench Knows there's always something fishy |
about the French. Yet, in spite of an undistinguished score, Conversation Piece
played to standing room only for five months and, even though audiences were ...
Ned Sherrin - 2008 - 536 pages
|FOOTBALL ∑ FRANCE 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 To say that these men paid |
their shillings to watch twentytwo hirelings kick a ball is merely ... Every wise and
thoroughly worldly wench Knows there's always something fishy about the
|sometimes, the popular stereotypes each has fashioned of the other seem polar |
opposites: the French popular image of the ... 'There's always something fishy
about the French' (amended in 1941 by Ivor Novello to 'There's always something
|QuotationsBook.com. I do not call the sod under my feet my country; but |
language -- religion -- government -- blood -- identity in these makes men of one
country. - Coleridge, Samuel Taylor There's always something fishy about the
|3, 1934 7195 There an old mother sits at her knitting; solo voice and choir. © 1 c. |
Mar. 22, 1934; E unp. 84722 ... 7170 There is always something fishy about the
French ; from Conversation piece, w and m Noel Coward. © Feb. 16, 1934; E for.
|Some of the music, providing the motif of the play, is very, very hummable; and "|
Regency Rakes" and "There's Always Something Fishy About the French" are, in
a manner of speaking, reminiscent of Gilbert and Sullivan. Yvonne Prin temps is ...
|Tho' they smile and smirk We know they're out for dirty work, So we're most polite |
But don't put out the night-light 1 Every wise and thoroughly worldly wench
Knows there's always something fishy about the French 1 Refrain z Both : Oh,