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Neil Innes' 1930s tie and tails character from his BBC series ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078629/reference The Innes Book of Records]''. His name comes from the fact that he his look was nicked from Joel Grey's character in the film ''[[Sally Bowles|Cabaret]]''.  
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Neil Innes' 1930s white tie and tails character from his BBC series ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078629/reference The Innes Book of Records]''. His name comes from the fact that he his look was nicked from Joel Grey's character in the film ''[[Sally Bowles|Cabaret]]''.  
  
 
Innes also contributed to ''[[:Category:Rutland Weekend Television|Rutland Weekend Television]]'' and ''[[:Category:Monty Python|Monty Python's Flying Circus]]''
 
Innes also contributed to ''[[:Category:Rutland Weekend Television|Rutland Weekend Television]]'' and ''[[:Category:Monty Python|Monty Python's Flying Circus]]''
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[[Category:Television series|Cabaret, Nick]]
 
[[Category:Television series|Cabaret, Nick]]
 
[[Category:Pop|Cabaret, Nick]]
 
[[Category:Pop|Cabaret, Nick]]
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[[Category:Neil Innes|Cabaret, Nick]]

Latest revision as of 09:46, 12 June 2019

Neil Innes' 1930s white tie and tails character from his BBC series The Innes Book of Records. His name comes from the fact that he his look was nicked from Joel Grey's character in the film Cabaret.

Innes also contributed to Rutland Weekend Television and Monty Python's Flying Circus

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