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Jeeves and Wooster

In Thank You Jeeves!, Jeeves gives notice when Bertie Wooster, his employer, insists on playing the banjolele

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1933 Arm Chair Banjo Bertie Butler Carpet Comedy Employer Fire Place Giving Instrument Jeeves Leaning Manservant Mantelpiece Notice Resign Resignation Servant Servants Wodehouse Wooster Musical Resigning


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In this delightful image from the 1930s, Jeeves, the incomparable butler played by Reginald Marsh, gives notice to his employer, Bertie Wooster, portrayed by Brian Rix, in the popular British comedy "Thank You, Jeeves!" The scene takes place in the cozy interior of Wooster's London flat, with its plush armchair, orange-toned carpet, and ornate mantelpiece adorned with a fireplace and various knick-knacks. The atmosphere is light and humorous, as Jeeves, dressed in his formal livery, delivers his resignation letter to Bertie, who is seated in an armchair, a banjolele in hand. The banjolele, a small, portable instrument that combines elements of the banjo and the ukulele, was a popular novelty instrument during the 1930s. However, Bertie's insistence on playing it in the presence of his valued servant has proven to be the last straw for Jeeves, who has had enough of his employer's frivolous antics. The photograph, taken from Mary Evans Picture Library, captures a moment of historical significance in the annals of English literature and comedy. "Thank You, Jeeves!" is a collection of short stories by P.G. Wodehouse, first published in 1933, which chronicles the misadventures of Bertie Wooster and his loyal butler, Jeeves. The stories are known for their witty dialogue, social satire, and comedic situations, and have become enduring classics of English literature. This image offers a glimpse into the world of Jeeves and Wooster, a world of humor, music, and the intricacies of servant-master relationships in the 1930s. It is a reminder of a bygone era, a time when the art of storytelling was at its finest, and the bond between a man and his servant was a source of endless amusement and fascination.

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