Fifteen To One
Me and William G. Stewart by Dan Booth
His long-running Charlie Chuck stage act often involved the destruction of a drum kit and was peppered by references to fantasy characters including One Eyed Dog, Cakey Pig and a Donkey. The words “Donkey!” and “Woof! Bark! Donkey!” shouted out more-or-less at random had been part of his Charlie Chuck act and became his ‘Uncle Peter’ catchphrases on the Reeves & Mortimer TV shows. As a result of these TV appearances, Paul McCartney became a fan and invited Chuck to perform at one of his birthday parties.
In 2001, he appeared as his Charlie Chuck character in a series of TV ads for Cadbury’s Double Decker chocolate bars.
He starred in the BBC Two TV series The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer. He appeared performing his Charlie Chuck character act, but was always referred to on-screen as ‘Uncle Peter.’
The gritty, extremely violent very funny and as cool as ‘Fonzy’ on Happy Days movie Pulp Fiction. A day-in-the-life story of downtown LA’s white trash and gangster community.
Made in 1994 and co-written and directed by the multi-talented Quinton Tarantino. The best film (in my opinion ) of the 90’s. With an extremely realistic witty screenplay/ script amazingly cool and funky film-score, classic ‘Film Nior’ inspired cinematography and directing and brilliant very memorable performances from it’s all star cast.
A non-chronological American movie masterpiece. A very violent, witty and extremely realistic film due to it’s brilliant dialogue that uses the modern day common language of LA’s underworld gangsters and hit-men as well as downtown LA’s white trash community. Who are all living and trapped in a hellish dog-eat-dog world of day-light robbery hardcore class A drug abuse / dealing,. cold blooded sadistic murder and sexual perversion.
Shot as a ‘Film Nior’ based movie, the French film critics loved it and so awarded this film: ‘Pulp Fiction’ a modern day movie classic.
One of the last great Hollywood American movies.