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Peter Cook and Dudley Moore visit the Antipodes

The British comic duo had a hilarious, drunken and drug-filled tour

12 October 2013

9:00 AM

12 October 2013

9:00 AM

Dudley Moore: Sir Arthur, what is the porpoise of your visit to Australia?

Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling (Peter Cook): There is no porpoise involved in my visit to Australia. I’ve never got involved with a porpoise. One of my strictest rules — never get involved with a porpoise. Whatever you may have read in the sensational tabloids, I have never become involved with a porpoise.

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Neil Clark is an Oxford-based writer and a regular contributor to the Guardian and Daily Express. One Leg Too Few by William Cook is published by Preface.

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