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    Barry Humphries, Dadaism, Dame Edna and a retrospective

    I stumbled across this documentary when I was perusing YouTube and it was quite good.

    A long time fan, I had no idea Humphries' characters were born in his admiration of Dadaism. It was intriguing to hear his own analysis of his career.

    Full disclosure, it's a long program as opposed to 3-min. video, but I suspect there are fans here who may not have seen it and would enjoy it as I did.


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    Re: Barry Humphries, Dadaism, Dame Edna and a retrospective

    We saw Dame Edna on Broadway a few years ago. We still laugh at things she said. We had a Blast!
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    Re: Barry Humphries, Dadaism, Dame Edna and a retrospective

    He is a skillful performer.

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    Re: Barry Humphries, Dadaism, Dame Edna and a retrospective

    I watched about 5 minutes of it and had to stop. Not voluntarily, though. I'll be back to watch the rest when I have more time.

    I know Humphries only through Dame Edna. I don't think I've ever even seen the man behind the glasses, but even in that first 5 minutes, I realised why I hadn't. He doesn't want to be famous for himself. He wants to be famous for his characters.

    I'm looking forward to watching the remaining 42 minutes.
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    Re: Barry Humphries, Dadaism, Dame Edna and a retrospective

    Quote Originally Posted by NotHardUp1 View Post
    I stumbled across this documentary when I was perusing YouTube and it was quite good.

    A long time fan, I had no idea Humphries' characters were born in his admiration of Dadaism. It was intriguing to hear his own analysis of his career.
    You should read this https://www.amazon.co.uk/More-Please...arry+humphries

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    Re: Barry Humphries, Dadaism, Dame Edna and a retrospective



    Florida has it's own Dame Edna impersonator. Very funny guy, I actually saw him perform once at a private party in Fort Lauderdale.
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    Re: Barry Humphries, Dadaism, Dame Edna and a retrospective

    London has its own Dame Edna

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    Re: Barry Humphries, Dadaism, Dame Edna and a retrospective

    The London sendup lacks charm. Dame Edna is a very carefully contrived "nice" character, lampooning niceness itself.

    Making her crude departs so far from the created character that it is just a farce instead of being clever humor.

    It reminds me of the difference between fast food and fine food. There's a market for both.

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