Not Quite the Classics

Not Quite the Classics

Book - 2012
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Colin Mochrie, a man known worldwide for working without a script, has penned a collection of stories destined to make its own mark in the literary community. Borrowing from a well-known improv game, Mochrie takes the first and last lines from familiar classics and re-imagines everything in between. With the same engaging humour he exhibits on stage, television, and film, he takes the reader in bizarre and hilarious new directions, using the original writer's words as a launch and landing point.
Publisher: Toronto : Penguin Group (Canada), 2012
ISBN: 9780670066575
Branch Call Number: 819.3 MOC NVD
Characteristics: xiii, 231 p. ; ill. ; 22 cm


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Mar 10, 2014

A great imagination makes for great stories

Feb 23, 2014

This was a very funny book, I really enjoyed A study in Ha Ha, Moby: Toupée or not Toupée, A Tale of Two Critters, The Cat and my Dad, 'Twas not right before Christmas and the Grateful Gatsby. The rest were okay. Waterhous Five was terrible.

Nov 27, 2013

As a huge fan of Mochrie's work on Whose Line, Just for Laughs and This Hour, this book was very much anticipated and very much a disappointment.
Your fans still love you, Colin, but they won't be clammering for a sequel.

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