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Sarah-Jane Mee 4 Jul 12
Breaking News: Comic Actor has died
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Vicki Michelle May 27
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The Morecambe & Wise Archive 17 Jan 19
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🅱️ernie🅱️riffa Jul 3
Eric Sykes was one of Britain's best loved comedic actors. Lean and lugubrious, he starred for many years in his own TV series, cast as the inoffensive inhabitant of 24 Sebastopol Terrace, constantly beset by the problems of domestic life. died 2012, aged 89.
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The Cult Of British Comedy 🇬🇧 Jul 16
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Talking Pictures TV Feb 14
18:50 THE BARGEE (1964) *Subtitles Available* comedy The course of love for a Casanova who lives and works on the canals, breaking hearts along the way.
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BBC Radio 4 extra 16 Oct 15
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Andrew Sholl 4 Jul 12
. John, Paul, George, Ringo ... and Eric
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John Thomson 4 Jul 12
Sad news about . He played my uncle in Stan the Man. He was a comic genius, a lovely man and a national treasure. Sadly missed.
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Vicki Michelle 7 Jul 13
With friends at Blue Plaque unveiling today. Fab day.
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Carry On Blogging! May 4
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martin kelner 5 Jul 12
The lovely talking about the equally lovely on brek this morning
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London Live Apr 1
Keeping you entertained in the afternoon with , daily from 1pm. Freeview & Youview 8, Sky 117, Virgin 159.
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films and filming 4 May 18
Eric Sykes, George Cole, Julia Foster, Jonathan Miller & Peggy Mount in 'One Way Pendulum' (dir. Peter Yates) - f&f 02/65
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Carry On Blogging! 7 May 16
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Talking Pictures TV Feb 24
14:15 ROTTEN TO THE CORE (1965) comedy After 18 months in jail, the gang are released and eager for their share of the hidden stash.
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Alexander Jonas 18 Sep 18
Am loving my early morning jogs - they take me past the Rock Shrine, via the Barnes water trough from ' The Plank and along the Thames under Hammersmith Bridge where a once famously emerged in 1964. What better way to start the day?!
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Ragtime Willie 4 May 18
"If you understand comedy, you understand life, Drama, death, tragedy – everybody has these. But with humour you've got all these, and the antidote." Pic: With Tommy Cooper
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jim shelley 5 Jul 12
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Mike Read 4 Jul 12
Farewell to the great . Not only a fine interpreter of comedy but an innovative and creative scriptwriter who understood it.
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