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Eric 'n' Ernie even brought us sunshine at Christmas ! By Craig Campbell Weekly News 20 12 2014


At this time of year, we miss some of our old TV favourites. that bit more --- and nobody lit up the the Christmas screens quite like Morecambe and Wise! The kind of double act who would have been a big hit in any era, Eric and Ernie's TV series were always brilliant.   However, many of there greatest one off shows were Christmas specials, and 1974 -- the only year they didn't have one -- was noted as being a bit less fun because of it.   Ian Ashpital and Jonty Stephens are in the middle of a fabulous theatre run, Eric and little Ern, playing the pair, truly one of the greatest comedy double acts ever.    Both Morecambe and Wise experts, and having starred in family Affairs, Ian and Jonty reckon Eric and Ernie were the best. 'Who could you compare them with?' asks Jonty, who also appeared in Silent Witness, Life on Mars, Minder, Heartbeat and tons TV and theatre shows. 'You'd have to say Laurel and Hardy, that level. Morecambe and Wise were that good, and they're still still hilarious if you see the shows now.'     'Jonty is encyclopedic about Morecambe and Wise,' says Ian, best known as Chris Hart in Family Affairs, and for roles in Eastenders, Byker Grove and the Bill. 'He's a bit on an anorak, but both of us love to find out everything we can about Eric and Ernie. We spent time with Barry Cryer, one of the guys who wrote their scripts, and we also met Eric's son Gary.    'Eddie Braben would send a script from Liverpool, one for each of them and one for the producer. 'If he got a call, even one saying it was lovely, he knew they wanted a bit of a rewrite. 'No phone call meant they loved it! John Junkin was another who helped with the writing, as did Eric and Ernie themselves. When they did get it to the hilarious stage we all enjoyed, one of the wonders was how Eric Morecambe managed to keep a straight face.     On every show, you can see Ernie Wise not to burst out laughing, so how did Eric manage it? 'Eric tried tried to make everyone else laugh,' says Jonty. 'He tried that special twinkle in his eye, that thing which makes the other person laugh. 'Working with Ian, I can testify to that from personal experience! He had the twinkle and made me burst out laughing on our first night!' When they look out at their Morecambe and Wise loving--audiences, they don't just see tears of laughter  -- there's a very poignant feel to their show. Ian and Jonty reckon It's somehow fitting that today's audience shed a few tears, too, as they realise just how badly we miss the comedy legends. 'It is very poignant' Ian says. 'In fact, a lady the other night told us her scarf was covered in tears of laughter and sadness. A man wrote to say: 'I never thought I'd see Eric and Ernie again, but I just have.' 'People miss them!' 'Our story begins with Ernie getting to the end of his life in hospital, remembering things in his life, and he's visited by Eric, who takes them through some of the best moments.  'After Eric had died, Ernie was lost. Remember they were together over 40 years, they were very close. When we met Eric's kids, Gary and Gail, they told us: 'Watching you is like watching dad and Uncle Ern when we were children.'       








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