Charlie Farquharson's Histry [sic] Of Canada by R. C Langman
9780070925304 Some years ago, the great Don Harron began to make his way as an actor in radio, theatre, and film. He appeared in plays on Broadway and in Shakespearian festivals in England. He was a fine dramatic actor. Then one day this odd, quaintly dressed, capped individual began appearing on "Hee-Haw," with rural wisdom for yahoos. He was hysterical. Don Harron, the multi-talented actor, here renews his famous Charlie Farquharson character, telling us all about Canadian history, in his case, very zany indeed. He discusses Indians, prehistoric man, voyagers, wolves, Kyser rolls, the Great Depression, and rebels. Couched in barely readable English, but extremely funny, here is a zany remembrance of days past, Canadian style.