Spike Milligan & Jack Hobbs. "Milligan's Ark". London: M & J Hobbs, distributed by Joseph, 1971. ISBN-10: 0851380174. Contribution by Kenneth More et al.
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Kenneth More C.B.E. | Kenneth Moore
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Speaking of Jack Hawkins whilst delivering the address at his memorial service on September 14 1973: The man who gave ............ he was always ready to help, listen, sympathize, advise and he always picked up the chips. He was popular and loved by the British public, and he earned and held their respect. He lost a gallant fight to recapture an actor's most precious gift (his voice).
Spent part of his childhood in the Channel Islands where his father was general manager of Jersey Eastern Railways. He was educated at Victoria College, Jersey. It was there that he took part in his first school play, "The Sport of Kings" playing the part of a red-haired girl. His first male part at the school was in J.M. Barrie's "The Admirable Crichton". Years later he would play the lead in ...