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Spike Milligan

Read through the most famous quotes from Spike Milligan

Money can't buy you happiness but it does bring you a more pleasant form of misery.

— Spike Milligan

#buy #does #form #happiness #misery

Money can't buy you friends, but you do get a better class of enemy.

— Spike Milligan


My Father had a profound influence on me. He was a lunatic.

— Spike Milligan

#father #had #influence #lunatic #me

My father was my greatest inspiration. He was a lunatic.

— Spike Milligan

#humour #inspirational

Life is a long agonized illness only curable by death.

— Spike Milligan

#life #puckoon #death

Are you going to come quietly, or do I have to use earplugs?

— Spike Milligan

#going #i #quietly #use #you

And God said, 'Let there be light' and there was light, but the Electricity Board said He would have to wait until Thursday to be connected.

— Spike Milligan

#connected #electricity #god #light #said

I'm not afraid of dying I just don't want to be there when it happens.

— Spike Milligan

#dying #happens #i #just #want

Is there anything worn under the kilt? No, it's all in perfect working order.

— Spike Milligan

#order #perfect #under #working #worn

Contraceptives should be used on every conceivable occasion.

— Spike Milligan

#every #occasion #should #used

About Spike Milligan

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Did you know about Spike Milligan?

Cues and lines became irrelevant as Milligan verbally rewrote the play each night. In a 2005 poll to find The Comedians' Comedian he was voted among the top 50 comedy acts ever by fellow comedians and comedy insiders. The decrepit manager of a seedy London hotel in Bruce Beresford's The Adventures of Barry McKenzie (1972).

After success with the ground-breaking British radio programme The Goon Show Milligan translated this success to television with Q5 a surreal sketch show which is credited as a major influence on the members of Monty Python's Flying Circus. His early life was spent in India where he was born but the majority of his working life was spent in the United Kingdom. He claimed his right to Irish citizenship (as a child of an Irish citizen) after the British government declared him stateless following changes resulting from the British Nationality Act 1981.

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