Caractacus


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Caractacus

(kəˈræktəkəs)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of Caratacus
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Robertson, than if the genuine words of Caractacus, Agricola, or Alfred the Great.
But the heart of the story is a loving family with an abidingly sunny disposition: eccentric but charming widower Caractacus Potts (Gian Magdangal); his two kids Jemima (Zoey Alvarade, alternating with Isabeli Elizalde) and Jeremy (Albert Silos, alternating with Noel Comia Jr.
Jason Manford was a decent Caractacus Potts but playing him in a Lancashire accent was a mistake.
Can the lovable but whacky inventor Caractacus Potts, along with his two children and Truly Scumptious, outwit Baron Bomburst who has decreed that all children be banished from his kingdom?
The car for the first British stage production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang cost PS750,000 to build and is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most expensive stage prop ever Caractacus Potts on 21.
Now the touring production is heading to the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff with Lee Mead playing the colourful inventor Caractacus Potts and former soap stars Claire Sweeney and Shaun Williamson as Baroness Bomburst and Baron Bomburst, respectively.
Now the touring production is heading to the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff with Lee Mead playing the colourful inventer Caractacus Potts and former soap stars Claire Sweeney and Shaun Williamson as Baroness Bomburst and Baron Bomburst, respectively.
Professor Caractacus Potts appears in which children's novel, by Ian Fleming?
Long story short, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, authored by Ian Fleming, follows eccentric inventor Caractacus Potts (Edward Hake) who, with the help of his children, Jeremy and Jemima (Stephen Beveridge and Georgia Kendall), their lovable grandpa (Dave Solomon) and Truly Scrumptious (Lauren Wiese), sets about saving a former Grand Prix-winning race car from the scrap heap.
With help from his consultant, six-year-old son Barney, the real world Caractacus Potts hopes to challenge all perceived wisdom, tip the world upside-down and reinvent the way we look at life starting with designing a floating house to beat the floods.
Dick, who played eccentric Caractacus Potts in the classic 1968 family film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, about a magical car, did not require medical attention after the incident.