Primrose Hill (Charlie Chester) Sheet music download.

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Primrose Hill Sheet music download.
Words and music by Charlie Chester, Ken Morris and Everett Lynton.
4 Pages including front and back covers.

Charlie Chester (April 26, 1914 June 26, 1997) was a British comedian and TV and radio presenter, broadcasting almost continuously from the 1940s to the 1990s. His style was similar to that of Max Miller.
Chester was born Cecil Victor Manser in Eastbourne, East Sussex. His first job after leaving education was as a grocer's errand boy, but he won talent competitions for his musical instrument playing and singing. Working as a travelling salesman for an embroidery company, Chester realised he had the gift of the gab and decided to become a professional comedian. Known as "Cheerful" Charlie Chester, he was well-known to British audiences in the 1940s from his BBC radio show Stand Easy. This show was adapted for television as The Charlie Chester Show in 1949 and became a standup and sketch show for the next 11 years. Frequent cast members included Edwina Carroll, Eric 'Jeeves' Grier, Len Lowe, Deryck Guyler, Len Marten, Arthur Haynes and Fred Ferrari. Chester's radio shows included A Proper Charlie and That Man Chester. Another series which started out as a section of The Charlie Chester Show in 1950 was the quiz Pot Luck, which was the first British TV programme to offer prizes for correctly answering questions.

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