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The Comedy Genius of John Sullivan (2011)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary  -  13 May 2011 (UK)
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A tribute to the late comedy scriptwriter John Sullivan.

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A tribute to the late comedy scriptwriter John Sullivan.

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A beautiful tribute
28 July 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

John Sullivan was one of the shining lights of British comedy for so long and this tribute is the perfect send off for the man who created some of the best comedy moments of the last thirty years.

The tributes come thick and fast from those who worked closest with him on all his catalogue of work such as Just Good Friends, Rock and Chips and of course the great Only Fools and Horses. These tributes are well edited and at times very poignant.

All the clips from Sullivan's shows only highlight the great mans talents and there is a really mixture from all of his shows that shows his versatility.

It is a well made documentary that tells you a lot about the man without spending lots of time fully filling in his life story and the ending music is beautiful.

Nicholas Lyndhurst sums it up well when he calls Sullivan a genius because that truly is what he was. I hope he rests in peace.


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