Lee Evans: Live from the West End Trailer

Lee Evans: Live from the West End Trailer (1995)

30 October 1995 Comedy 67 mins

A unique chance to experience the irrepressible energy and charms of "Lee Evans Live From The West End". Straight from starring opposite Jerry Lewis in the acclaimed feature film "Funny Bones" and following his own hit T.V. show - "The World Of Lee Evans" - the brightest young star in British comedy performed exclusively for one night only on stage in London's glittering West End. The audience on this magical evening in 1995 witnessed a show by Lee Evans which had featured the award winning "Bohemian Rhapsody" finale. It's impossible to resist the high speed sparkle and elastic talent of Lee Evans. This is the most frenzied and furious hour of comedy you will ever see.

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Cast

Lee Evans

as Himself

Crew

Addison Cresswell

Addison Cresswell Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 30 October 1995

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