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Encyclopedia > Champagne Charlie

Champagne Charlie is a play in which George Lemon, a popular actor, and The Great Vance, his rival, attempt to out-do the other with drinking songs (a little like some modern rap performances), and this turns into a feud. A 1944 film was made based upon the play, which was devised around the 1860s.


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Champagne Charlie is often credited with inspiring an exasperated William Booth to form the Salvation Army, eliciting his famous quotation: "Why should the devil have all the good tunes?"
By the 1870s the songs had cut themselves free from their folk music roots, and particular songs also started to become associated with particular singers, often with exclusive contracts with the songwriter, just as many pop songs are today.
The Victorian era was celebrated by the 1944 film Champagne Charlie while J.
All About French Champagne: An excerpt from An Encyclopedia of the Wines and Domaines of France (2911 words)
Champagne is both a province and a wine.
Champagne can be sold with or without a vintage date, though if it is to have a vintage date 100 percent of the blend needs to come from that vintage.
One of Champagne's best-loved characters was Lily Bollinger, the wife of Jacques' grandson who ran Bollinger from the death of her husband in 1941 until her own death at the age of seventy-eight in 1977.
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