The Chap - The Chap issue 66
The Chap issue 66 in the group Magazines / Lifestyle at Sivletto (w5944-66)
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Issue 66 of The Chap takes on the weighty subject of the Great British Eccentric:
Michael "Atters" Attree conducts what turned out to be Sir Patrick Moore's last interview. Sir Patrick's swan song proved to be as eccentric and entertaining as one could wish for
Donald Twain locates the most eccentric practitioners of the Arts, including the Eccentric Artist, the Eccentric Actor and the Eccentric Philanthropist
The Contessa di Castiglione, narcissistic female eccentric of the 1930s
Nathaniel Adams on that most eccentric item of gentleman's footwear, the Albert slipper
Zino Davidoff, the man who brought Cuban cigars to Jermyn Street
Cricket: Steve Pittard on Leslie "Chuck" Fleetwood-Smith, 1930s Australian spin bowler with a sideline in oddball behaviour
Bon Vivant: Neil Ridley on some spectacular Christmas punches
Gambling: Brigadier Gerard de Piercy on racing during austerity
An introduction to the Eccentric Club from its Chairman
The Lip Weasel: Michael "Atters" Attree rounds up hirsute beauties and beasts
The Chap Questionnaire: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Film: a new release of the Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
The Dancing Marquess: the extravagant life of the 5th Marquess of Anglesey
Mr. Bell the Butler dishes out sound advice on underwear, white tie etiquette and bathrobes
Sartoria Curiosa: the most sartorially eccentric chaps of history
Plus: Eccentrics v TV chefs; The Butler; The new film of On The Road; Am I Eccentric?

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The Chap issue 66

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