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BILLY BENNETT DEAD Billy Bennett, stage and radio comedian, died at Blackpool last night Billy (‘ Almost a Gentleman”) Bennett,

BILLY BENNETT DEAD Billy Bennett, stage and radio comedian, died at Blackpool last night Billy (‘ Almost a Gentleman”) Bennett,

BILLY BENNETT DEAD Billy Bennett, stage and radio comedian, died at Blackpool last night Billy (‘ Almost a Gentleman”) Bennett, engaged to appear at Blackpool Opera House, was taken ill before the show started. He appeared in the opening performance on
01 July 1942 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
BILLY BENNETT DEAD Billy Bennett, stage and radio comedian, died at Blackpool last night. Engaged to appear in George Black's

BILLY BENNETT DEAD Billy Bennett, stage and radio comedian, died at Blackpool last night. Engaged to appear in George Black's

BILLY BENNETT DEAD Billy Bennett, stage and radio comedian, died at Blackpool last night. Engaged to appear in George Black's " Black Vanities" at Blackpool Opera House, he was taken ill before the show started. He appeared in the opening performance
01 July 1942 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BILLY BENNETT

BILLY BENNETT

COMEDIAN WHO MADE ROYALTY LAUGH Billy Bennett (‘‘‘Almost a Gentleman ”), one of Britains leading stage and radio comedians, died last night at Blackpool, at the age of 55. So passes a great personality in the world of entertainment, whose
01 July 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BILLY BENNETT DEAD

BILLY BENNETT DEAD

BILLY BENNETT DEAD Billy Bennett, the stage and radio comedian, died at Blackpool last night. Billy Almost a Gentleman Bennett was engaged to appear in George Black’s Black Vanities at the Blackpool Opera House. He was taken ill before the show started
01 July 1942 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
BILLY BENNETT, MONS MAN, COMEDIAN, DEAD T3ILLY BENNETT (“ Almost a Gentleman ”), stage and radio comedian. Mqns hero, holder

BILLY BENNETT, MONS MAN, COMEDIAN, DEAD T3ILLY BENNETT (“ Almost a Gentleman ”), stage and radio comedian. Mqns hero, holder

made no further appearance. Billy Bennett served with the 16th Lancers in the Great War, went through Mons, was later wounded, and was awarded the Belgian Croix de Guerre in addition to his British decorations. When Billy Bennett was booked for his first
01 July 1942 - Evening Despatch - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
“ BILLY ” BENNETT

“ BILLY ” BENNETT

BILLY BENNETT Billy Bennett, leading stage and radio comedian, died on Monday night at Blackpool, at the age of fifty-five. Like all great comedians of vaudeville, Mr. Bennett found most of his humour in domestic things. Ho came of music-hall stock. He
02 July 1942 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BILLY BENNETT

BILLY BENNETT

Billy Bennett (“Almost Gentleman ”), one of the leading stage and radio comedians, died last night at Blackpool.
01 July 1942 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
VARIETY GOSSIP

VARIETY GOSSIP

Ellin,, Woodburn. Stanley West. y Martyn. Michael Howard, .i 'i Lrna Cross are in the cast. Death of Billy Bennett The news of the death of Billy Bennett in BVrkpool on Tuesday night has been heard with regret by a large circle of frie"-'- -.vMs- engaged
02 July 1942 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Dangerous Precedent

Dangerous Precedent

LL lovers of Music Hall will regret the death of Billy Bennett, one of the fixed stars variety since the Great War. Billy Bennett has remained a conspicuous figure in variety shows, fighting to keep the old traditions alive. He used
02 July 1942 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Lancashire Dally Post.”

Lancashire Dally Post.”

BILLY BENNETT DIES AT HIS BLACKPOOL HOME Billy Bennett, the stane and radio com edian. of ■' Ahnosl Gentleman" lame, died at his home in Queensway. South Shore. Blackpool, last night. He had been ill for several weeks following
01 July 1942 - Lancashire Evening Post - Preston, Lancashire, England