Oliver White (Editor) – His Unreliable Memoirs – A Touch of Eastern Promise

A Touch of Eastern Promise by Tara Prem, directed by nice Michael Lindsay-Hogg

It was ok I guess, but all that matters is Michael’s WATCH.  It was wafer thin, and curved round his wrist.  The winder was a jewel.  It had cost £800, and been given him by The Beatles for directing ‘Let It Be’.  When going on holiday he’d rung the suppliers, Cartier, and asked, ‘Is it shock-proof?’  ‘Oh no sir.’  ‘Is it waterproof?’  ‘Certainly NOT sir.  Please regard it as a piece of jewellery…’

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