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David Coleman (1926) is a British tv presenter, best known for his broadcasts of sport programs. During his career his old age caused him to start mispronouncing name
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David Coleman (1926-2013) is a British tv presenter, best known for his broadcasts of sport programs. During his career his old age caused him to start mispronouncing names
 
, using clichés and making senseless comments. This made him an easy target for satire.
 
, using clichés and making senseless comments. This made him an easy target for satire.
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[[File:The_real_David_Coleman.jpg|thumb|308px|The real David Coleman. ]]
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==Portrayal on Spitting Image==
 
==Portrayal on Spitting Image==
   
 
In "Spitting Image" he was caricatured as a overenthusiastic and senile man who was often unaware of what was happening around him and misinterpreted the video footage that was shown to him.
 
In "Spitting Image" he was caricatured as a overenthusiastic and senile man who was often unaware of what was happening around him and misinterpreted the video footage that was shown to him.
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He also appears in the Sketch, "A Question of Spit".
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[[File:David_Coleman.png|frame|David Coleman]]
 
[[Category:Television presenters]]
 
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Latest revision as of 12:24, February 3, 2016

David Coleman (1926-2013) is a British tv presenter, best known for his broadcasts of sport programs. During his career his old age caused him to start mispronouncing names , using clichés and making senseless comments. This made him an easy target for satire.


The real David Coleman

The real David Coleman.



Portrayal on Spitting ImageEdit

In "Spitting Image" he was caricatured as a overenthusiastic and senile man who was often unaware of what was happening around him and misinterpreted the video footage that was shown to him.

He also appears in the Sketch, "A Question of Spit".


David Coleman

David Coleman

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