Jim Davidson: Sinderella Live [DVD]
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Invoked when Buttons asks the band to stop playing "Up Where We Belong" following the abovementioned "weird" water incident. Guide, British Comedy. "Jim Davidson - Comedy Collection DVD". British Comedy Guide . Retrieved 24 September 2023.
Davidson again faced controversy in December 2007, when he made a joke about rape victims during a show at the Newark Palace Theatre, in Nottinghamshire. A local paper, the Nottingham Evening Post, stated that: "there were moments when he did stray too far over the line (most notably with a routine on rape)."  Davidson became known for Big Break (1991–2002) and as the third host of The Generation Game (1995–2002), as the successor to Bruce Forsyth and Larry Grayson. In September 2007, Davidson appeared in the third series of Hell's Kitchen (2007) in the UK, and in May 2008 he appeared in the BBC's Comedy Map of Britain. He starred in TV sitcoms Up the Elephant and Round the Castle (1983–1985) and Home James! (1987–1990). His one-man show for Thames Television, Stand Up Jim Davidson (1990),  was recorded at London's Royalty Theatre. 
Audience Participation Song: Baron Hard-on leads the audience in a song about a fish - specifically, a sole - with the lyrics "What a wonderful fish are soles" (i.e. "arseholes", British spelling/pronunciation of "assholes"). a b c d e Turbett, Liam (24 March 2015). "A Comedian's 'Scottish Romp' Got Canceled Due to His 'Unacceptable' Behavior". Vice . Retrieved 22 September 2023.
a b "Meet the Suffolk musician who has played key role in pantomimes for 30 years". Suffolk News. 1 January 2022 . Retrieved 18 August 2023. Bennett, Steve. "Jim Davidson 'heading for divorce No5': Punching Up 2023: Chortle: The UK Comedy Guide". www.chortle.co.uk . Retrieved 17 August 2023.Billen, Andrew (26 September 2023). "Jim Davidson: 'I never blamed the police for arresting me' ". The Times. ISSN 0140-0460 . Retrieved 26 September 2023. This one’s strictly aimed at 18 and over. From a time when Jim Davidson was possibly at the peak of his career. Sinderella was the first of Jim Davidson’s adult pantomimes, touring the UK in 1995 to sell out audiences. Davidson's numerous marriages prompted the actor John Mills to send a Telemessage on the occasion of his fourth, which read simply: "Will It Last?"  The marriage ended ten years later. Davidson subsequently returned the compliment to Mills and his wife on their 60th wedding anniversary, with a Telemessage bearing the same wording. 
If you are in Australia or New Zealand (DVD Region 4), note that almost all DVDs distributed in the UK by the BBC and 2entertain are encoded for both Region 2 and Region 4. The UK and Australasia are in the same Blu-ray region (B). The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: Any time one (or both) of the Ugly Stepsisters insults the audience. It's not even 'so bad it becomes ironically funny' like something from MST3K. It's just grindingly boring. It makes you question your own attachment to the rest of the human race.
a b "Comic Jim Davidson, playing Buttons, gives a lift to co-star Diane Lee at the launch in Ealing of his own production of the X-rated pantomime Sinderella which opens on 4 February at Ipswich Regent, Suffolk, England". TopFoto. 18 January 1993 . Retrieved 22 September 2023. a b "COMEDY / Positions on the slide rule: Or is it? Mark Wareham on Ben". The Independent. 26 March 1994 . Retrieved 23 September 2023. My friends and I only watched this as part of a game, where we were buying random DVDs. Had we not committed ourselves to watching it, we would have stopped within minutes of the start. We persevered. Afterwards we gathered in the garden, and burned the disc so that it couldn't hurt anyone anymore.