Wall beds and comedy were made for each other. Charlie Chaplin was squashed by one in 1916. James Bond was shot at through one in 1967 (but at least he died on the job). Inspector Clouseau was flipped out of the window by one in 1976, along with his ... Irish Independent, 37 minutes ago
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