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By: Sue Hodge

Mimi’s Memoirs

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Having been inundated with fan-mail and questions for nearly three decades, actress and director Sue Hodge decided it was time for everyone to know the truth behind the making of the internationally known hit comedy series ’Allo ’Allo!

Told with heart and honesty through the eyes of that madcap, pocket dynamo character Mimi Labonq, Sue gives a hilarious and no-holds-barred insight into things you would only know about if you’d been there. How did she fly across a cornfield as the flying nun? (Or maybe she didn’t.) Did she really get inside a grandfather clock? What was her true relationship with René? What did he really do to her when he was pushing her along as a baby in the pram?

To find out the answers to these questions plus much much more, read Mimi’s Memoirs, and you will understand why ’Allo ’Allo! became one of the biggest BBC smash-hits of all time.

An Essex girl by birth, Sue Hodge has been an actress since she was fourteen, first starring in the classic BBC sketch comedy The Dick Emery Show. She went on to star in various shows and plays, ranging from Shakespeare to The Rocky Horror Show, from comedy to tragedy. She became known worldwide as Mimi Labonq in the smash hit BBC Comedy ’Allo ’Allo!. She moved from being an actress to director and then to author. She married her musical director, Keith Paddington Richards, and has a great passion for France.

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