Is It That Time Already? by Rikki FultonRikki Fulton was one of the biggest stars Scotland has produced. From classic comedy performances in Francie and Josie and Scotch & Wry ? including the legendary Rev I M Jolly ? and appearances in Hollywood movies like Gorky Park, Rikki had an extraordinary life and career. Now, to celebrate his life and work ten years after his passing, this new edition of Is It That Time Already? tells the full story ? from RikkiOCOs childhood in Glasgow in the 1930s to his experiences in the Royal Navy during the Second World War and his rise to stardom. Rikki includes the remarkable story of how he survived his ship being torpedoed during the war and how he fulfilled his showbiz dreams when the war ended, as he became one of the funniest performers and the biggest stars of his generation with a career dedicated to making people laugh. Packed full of anecdotes, and with a new afterword by RikkiOCOs friend and colleague Tony Roper, Is It That Time Already? is a brilliant autobiography by a much-loved and missed entertainer.
Last Call - Rev IM Jolly Farewell Performance - Hogmanay 1999 - Rikki Fulton
Five funniest Rikki Fulton sketches ahead of Rev I. M. Jolly return
The Rab C Nesbitt star will appear for the one-off sketch to mark the 40th anniversary of the legendary Rikki Fulton show. He was absolutely unique. I watched the last ever I. Jolly sketch that he did, just purely to get the timing of it, before I came in to film. Jolly first appeared in Their best remembered sketch was the Beechgrove Garden parody with Rikki and Gregor as the dram-planting Sunshine Boys. He was always nice to me.
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Initially running for two series from to , the show went on to become a top-rating annual Hogmanay special for over a decade. Its comedic focus was on predominantly Scottish and in particular Glaswegian humour, although the series also included material from London-based writers, including rejected scripts from The Two Ronnies  The show's signature tune throughout its entire run was a library track - Sexy Sox , composed by Reg Tilsley. Overall, the viewer had to be familiar with the Glasgow Patter in order to understand many of the jokes. As a result, much of the humour was constructed around distinctly Glaswegian themes; such as the city's suburbs, its football clubs, and even its famous sectarian divide was also played for laughs. In the later Hogmanay specials, a greater emphasis was placed on major news events that had happened during the previous year as their basis.
Scottish comedy with Rikki Fulton as Rev IM Jolly. From Scotch and Wry Hogmanay
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