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[[Category:Influences on Morrissey - Film and Television]]
[[Category:Influences on Morrissey - Comedy]]
Excerpt from [[Peepholism: Into The Art Of Morrissey|Peepholism]]:
Several stills of Charles Hawtrey from the ''Carry On'' films were mulled over at various times. Morrissey's affection for both Charles Hawtrey and fellow ''Carry On'' star [[Kenneth Williams]] was very particular and very personal.
In a statement describing Hawtrey as ''"The very last comic genius"'' in November 1988, Morrissey said: ''"Charles Hawtrey's death ties in with the advance chill of 1992, the slaughter of the British passport, and the last death wheeze of the real England... By all accounts being unfriendly and friendless, Hawtrey's mystique surpasses Garbo. I personally loved him."''
[[File:Hawtrey_Best_Of_Image~2.jpg|200px|thumb|none|Photo used for the cover of Very Best Of...]]
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