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Hello Phil, no he is not in it long, just that one scene. i notice they spell his name incorrectly in the credits. he provides a moment of relief from all the witch hunting nastiness going on in film. He and Harry crop up in some great cult/classic films, carry on screaming, the bargee, holiday on the buses to name but a few.

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lol Tony, he's not in that film for long is he? But as always, he makes the difference! Playing a scruffy horse owner with an eye for a pound and willing to screw every penny he could out of them... perhaps he was flogging a DEAD horse?

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Talking of horses i hope that isn`t Hercules or Delilah that Wilfrid is flogging in Witchfinder general..

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Why do moths fly with their legs open? Have you ever seen the size of moth balls!

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Oi! Graham! Don't forget about poor Delilah, she did pull it more than Hercules after all!! :)

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WEBSITE UPDATE!
New Autographs added thanks to Harry_Faversham :!rofl:

Graham, yes & no, what do you need the images for?

Cheers!
Ron


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Would anybody happen to have any clear photos of the cart that "Hercules" pulled around the streets ?

Added: August 26, 2012
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Phil, i agree with you trippers day was good. Critics are just people who let you know how pointless their opinion is without being asked..

Added: August 23, 2012
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Ron, i love the image of albert flicking the proverbial v`s in his dressing gown on site name. milo oshea as dr popplewell in photo montage cracks me up, those glasses are great. i watched any old iron? last night and the scene where albert sneeringly says to harold `oh, i see you`ve got your handbag with you` never ceases to bring a smile to my face.

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Hi Phil, Wilfrid would have been excellent as rigsby without a doubt(i would have cast him). Leonard played the part perfectly as history has shown. perhaps if harold had have escaped then albert would have turned oil drum lane into a rising damp scenario? (just a thought). Ron, i too havent come across any of the likely lads radio broadcasts on tapes or cd`s.

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