David Climie

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Home:
Great Britain
Born:
November 18th, 1920, Finedon, Northamptonshire, England, UK
Died:
June 6th, 1995, London, England, UK
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Description

David Climie (1920-1995) was a script editor and writer, whose work for British TV saw him as co-writer of the 1960s-1970s Derek Nimmo comedy Oh, Brother!, as well as working for Bootsie and Snudge, Backs to the Land, That Was The Week That Was, The Army Game and a sci-fi series, Out of the Unknown, among others.

His son, Simon, was one half of the 1980s music duo Climie-Fisher, which achieved hits in 35 countries with the Ivor Novello award-winning ‘Love Changes (Everything)’.

David Climie left British MAD when Warner Books assumed the helm in the 1970s and was editor of a short-lived British version of the MAD doppelganger, Cracked. David was the first editor of the UK MAD Magazine.

 

Contributions by David Climie

MAD Magazine • Great Britain
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MAD Magazine #60January 1967
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MAD Magazine #61February 1967
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MAD Magazine #67August 1967
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MAD Magazine #68September 1967
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MAD Magazine #69October 1967
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MAD Magazine #70November 1967
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MAD Magazine #71December 1967
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MAD Magazine #72January 1968
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MAD Magazine #73February 1968
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MAD Magazine #79August 1968
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MAD Magazine #80September 1968
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MAD Magazine #81October 1968
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MAD Magazine #82November 1968
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MAD Magazine #83January 1969
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MAD Magazine #84February 1969
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MAD Magazine #90August 1969
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MAD Magazine #91September 1969
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MAD Magazine #92October 1969
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MAD Magazine #93November 1969
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MAD Magazine #94December 1969
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MAD Magazine #95January 1970
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MAD Magazine #96February 1970
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MAD Magazine #103September 1970
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MAD Magazine #104October 1970
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MAD Magazine #105November 1970
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MAD Magazine #106January 1971
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MAD Magazine #107February 1971
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MAD Magazine #114September 1971
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MAD Magazine #115October 1971
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MAD Magazine #116November 1971
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MAD Magazine #117December 1971
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MAD Magazine #118January 1972
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MAD Magazine #119February 1972
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MAD Magazine #126September 1972
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MAD Magazine #127October 1972
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MAD Magazine #128November 1972
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MAD Magazine #129December 1972
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MAD Magazine #130January 1973
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MAD Magazine #131February 1973
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MAD Magazine #138September 1973
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MAD Magazine #139October 1973
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MAD Magazine #140November 1973
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MAD Magazine #141December 1973
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MAD Magazine #142January 1974
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MAD Magazine #143February 1974
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MAD Magazine #150September 1974
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MAD Magazine #151September 1974
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MAD Magazine #152November 1974
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MAD Magazine #153January 1975
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MAD Magazine #154February 1975
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MAD Magazine #161September 1975
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MAD Magazine #162October 1975
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MAD Magazine #163November 1975
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MAD Magazine #164December 1975
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MAD Magazine #165January 1976
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Miscellaneous Collectibles • Great Britain

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