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Sir Harry - A Celebration

Synopsis

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Harry Secombe made his professional stage debut at the Windmill Theatre in 1946. Forty years on, after a wide-ranging career, the Variety Club of Great Britain gave a celebration dinner in honour of Sir Harry Secombe CBE, D Mus.
His own brand of humour, the high-pitched giggle and thrilling tenor voice are much in evidence, as he celebrates his special anniversary surrounded by family and friends including:
Michael Bentine , The Beverley Sisters Leslie Crowther , Barry Cryer Sir Geraint Evans
Lulu, Jimmy Tarbuck
Viscount Tonypandy and the Treorchy Male Voice Choir Introduced by Ron Moody Sound JOHN CAULFIELD Lighting JOHN MASON Designer JOHN HURST
Production RICK GARDNER

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Secombe
Unknown: Sir Harry Secombe
Unknown: Michael Bentine
Unknown: Leslie Crowther
Unknown: Barry Cryer
Unknown: Sir Geraint Evans
Unknown: Jimmy Tarbuck
Unknown: Viscount Tonypandy
Introduced By: Ron Moody
Unknown: John Caulfield
Unknown: John Mason
Designer: John Hurst
Unknown: Rick Gardner

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Sir Harry - A Celebration

BBC One London, 20 December 1986 22.05






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