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Spike Milligan
   is the stage name of   
Terence Alan
Spike Milligan
   has the epitaph   
"I Told You I Was Ill."
Written in Gaelic in order for it to be approved by the Chichester Diocese
Spike Milligan
   is known as an   
Actor
Comedic actor
Spike Milligan
   is known as a   
Novelist
The Adventures of Barry McKenzie (1972)
   starred   
Barry Crocker, Barry Humphries, Peter Cook and Spike Milligan
Director: Bruce Beresford. About an Australian 'yobbo' on his travels to the United Kingdom.
Spike Milligan
   is known as a   
Poet
Spike Milligan
   is known as a   
Playwright
Down Among the Z Men (1952)
   starred   
Harry Secombe, Michael Bentine and Spike Milligan
Director: Maclean Rogers. Also starred Peter Sellers, Carole Carr & Leslie Roberts
Spike Milligan
   is known as a   
Comedian
Spike Milligan
   wrote   
Maveric
"Maverick Prowles had rumbling bowels That thundered in the night …"
Spike Milligan
   wrote   
On the Ning Nang Nong
"On the Ning Nang Nong Where the cows go bong and the monkeys all say BOO …"
Spike Milligan
   wrote   
The ABC
"'Twas midnight in the schoolroom And every desk was shut When suddenly from the alphabet Was heard a loud 'tut-tut!"
Spike Milligan
   wrote   
The Land of the Bumbly Boo
"In the land of Bumbly Boo The people are red, white and blue, They never blow noses, or ever wear clothes …"
Spike Milligan
   said   
"Money Couldn't Buy You Friends, but You Get a Better Class of Enemy"
British-Irish comedian, writer, musician poet and playwright
Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall (1972)
   is a film about   
Spike Milligan
Portrayed by Jim Dale
Spike Milligan
   said   
"Money Can't Buy You Happiness but It Does Bring You a More Pleasant Form of Misery."
Postman's Knock (1962)
   starred   
Spike Milligan, Barbara Shelley and John Wood
Director: Robert Lynn. Also starred Archie Duncan, Warren Mitchell & Lance Percival. Plot: Likeable country postman Harold Petts gets transferred from his village to London, where on his arrival he unwittingly foils a mail train robbery...






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