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Record Number PGA-R10-28A Title John Cleese with piglet in South Street, St Andrews. Collection University Photographs Image Type 35mm negative Originator Peter G Adamson Location Fife, Scotland Date 20 April 1971 Description Man in academic gown holding a small pig in his arms before large crowd of young man and women; stone buildings beyond. Notes PGA-R10-28A BIOG: John Cleese (born 1939, Somerset, England) Cambridge law graduate, actor, writer and director. Rector of the University of St Andrews, 1970-1973. TECH: Scanned from print. 35mm negative taken from colour slide.

ADD: John Cleese was given the eight week old piglet, by David Steel (Gatehouse of Fleet) and Ronald Sanderson (East Lothian) on behalf of the Porker Club.
Date 17 April 2012
Author University of St Andrews



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