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Open the Cage, Murphy! Top Pick Of This Year S Celeb Memoirs Daily Mail Uproarious Theres A Degree Of Candour And Artistry To OGradys Writing That Lifts It Far Above The Usual Showbiz Memoir Guardian With Typical Razor Sharp Wit And Candour, Paul Tells Of His Rise To Fame As Lily Savage In The Late S And Early S, Before He Became A Household Name Riveting Mirror Whether Writing About Star Studded Hollywood Parties, The Devastating Loss Of Close Friends To Aids Or His Late Night Shenanigans, OGradys Wit Has Never Deserted Him Liverpool EchoFurther Savagely Funny Adventures Of The Comedy Legend

About the Author: Paul O Grady

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8 thoughts on “Open the Cage, Murphy!

  1. says:

    The fourth in his series of autobiographies, covering the time where Lily Savage was beginning to enjoy success He d said in the third book he was embarrassed to have taken three volumes to write his life story so had had to skim over a lot as he didn t want to do another one so I was very glad he changed his mind Just like the previous three, this book is written with such a knack for witty descri

  2. says:

    Great installment of Mr O Grady s life story This one covers the final years of his pub circuit, and the rise to being a TV favourite and well known celeb interviewer Name dropping galore, and slightly rude in places but nothing to worry about There are also a few shocks one involving a suicide that was so unexpected in life, and in the book, that I was sitting reading it with my mouth wide open.I was

  3. says:

    Paul O Grady is a natural storyteller Brought back loads of memories of seeing Lily Savage years ago and i really hope the next volume isn t far behind Had me laughing out load and really emotional in places Highly recommended

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    Volume four of his life so far Just so glad that he decided to write another book after The Savage years Paul has a natural way about his writing,I can hear him speaking as I read these volumes Open the cage Murphy is an addictive read just like his first autobiography At my mothers knee I couldn t put it down but also tried to eeeek it out as long as I could as I knew, for now, this was the last I am hopin

  6. says:

    No, i really hate them.In this case I made an exception, and this woolyback St.Helens lad thoroughly enjoyed this one.So much so that I may just break the rule of a lifetime and pay full whack for one of the others Maybe.I once met Paul fleetingly on the set of his show at the BBC stdios where we were, of all things, painting road markings on the studio floor, nearly asphyxiating everyone in the process Even

  7. says:

    If anyone was purposely put on this earth to be funny it s Paul I laughed so much at his depiction of the ubiquitous Blackpool landladies I got a stitch As a child in the 50 s I suppose really that I was lucky to have two holidays each year in Blackpool but the way Paul described them was SO spot on I ve now read all four of Paul s books one after the other whilst recovering from an operation and I ve come to t

  8. says:

    I was really looking forward to reading these series of books however they have been a little bit of a let down This book started off promising at least promising than the previous ones but he soon descends into rambling He does scatter a few gems throughout the book but sadly not enough to make it sparkle The book seems to get going towards the end alsa it is too little too late and seems to end suddenly, which

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