Part 3 - An enjoyable talk with L&H author and editor of
the popular publication Bowler Dessert, Willie McIntyre, who
enthuses about meetings held at the theater where Stan Laurel made
his stage debut. He also describes how he puts together his
magazine which is now in its 32nd year of publication. After
a humorous encounter with the winners of the Trivia Quiz, Steve
talks with London's Live Ghost Tent's Del Kempster who evaluates
possibilities for new books on Stan Laurel. Mandi Ullah of
Birmingham, England, belts out an enthusiastic version of "Lovey
Dovey Man" from the film "Way Out West". Popular Dutch
singer Rene Riva tells Steve about the progress of his career, the
joy of meeting Sons at the convention and his guest role in a
TO LISTEN TO PART
winning the top prize in the raffle: a check signed by Stan, very
kindly donated by Lois Laurel. Well done Willie!
Being in the winning team
for Scotland for the quiz (left to right: Willie McIntyre, John
Bogie and Dougie Brown). Three minds without a single thought!
John Bogie with
Rene Riva Global Moderator of The Laurel and Hardy Forum.