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It's that man again riding back into town on his favourite hobby horse not even realising that his taxable tartan charger could suddenly mutate into a nightmare.
It's that man again. The great prankster Sacha Baron Cohen now confers feature-film status on his other creation - Bruno, the gay Austrian fashion journalist who boldly quizzes unsuspecting creative types and somehow misses the point.
FINALLY, it's that man again: Lembit popped up in the Guardian newspaper last week to tell its muesli-knitting readership why it should be supporting Romania in the forthcoming Euro 2008 football championship.
Tommy Handley (1892-1949), famous for the radio show ITMA (It's That Man Again), was "radio comedy at its best".
Her big film break came alongside Tommy Handley in the 1943 comedy It's That Man Again but it was her role in Fanny By Gaslight (1944) that first showcased her talent for drama.
A young Tommy Handley was appearing in a comedy variety sketches about army life in The DfiI Ta Disorderly Days before going on to find fame with comedy radio show ITMA (It's That Man Again) and Ann Todd and William Hutchinson appeared in the first TV serial, Ann And Harold.
LOVE AND EIGHT It's that man again as Jamie Vardy made it a goal in each of his last eight games, hitting Leicester's third
We were taken on a journey from the opening "Radio Days" medley, including the themes from the Billy Cotton Band Show and Tommy Han dley's ITMA - It's That Man Again. Impending war was conveyed by Mars, from Holst's Planets Suite, which was so spot on, it could have been written for a military band.
Originally the building was the Grand Theatre which became nationally famous during World War II as the popular radio show ITMA (It's That Man Again) was broadcast from there.
06THE hugely popular radio comedy It's That Man Again! (or ITMA as it was known) was heading to the city's Shakespeare Theatre for a recording.
IT'S that man again. Paul Caddis scored the crucial extratime goal that broke this Capital One Cup tie open again, decidedly so, in Blues favour.
IT'S THAT man again. Nigel Twiston-Davies, who has such an enviable record at this Scottish venue, was bang on target again by winning three of the six races.
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