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28 February 1925 (age 57) (
Rangoon, British Burma

St Michael the Archangel Church

Susannah Corbett, Jonathan Corbett

Maureen Blott (m. 1969–1982), Sheila Steafel (m. 1958–1964)

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21 March 1982 (aged 57) Hastings, East Sussex, England

Wilfrid Brambell, Susannah Corbett, Sheila Steafel

Who is harry h corbett

Harry H. Corbett, OBE (28 February 1925 – 21 March 1982) was an English actor. Corbett is best known for his co-starring role in the popular and long-running BBC Television sitcom Steptoe and Son which was first broadcast in the 1960s and 1970s.


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Early life

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Corbett, the youngest of seven children, was born in Rangoon, Burma, where his father, George Corbett (1885/86-1943), was serving as a company quartermaster sergeant in the South Staffordshire Regiment of the British Army, stationed at a cantonment as part of the Colonial defence forces. Corbett was sent to Britain after his mother, Caroline Emily, née Barnsley, (1884–1926) died of dysentery when he was eighteen months old. He was then brought up by his aunt, Annie Williams, in Earl Street, Ardwick, Manchester and later on a new council estate in Wythenshawe. He attended Ross Place and Benchill Primary Schools; although he passed the scholarship exam for entry to Chorlton Grammar School, he was not able to take up his place there and instead attended Sharston Secondary School.

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Corbett enlisted in the Royal Marines during the Second World War, and served in the Home Fleet on the heavy cruiser HMS Devonshire. After V-J Day in 1945, he was posted to the Far East, where he was involved in quelling unrest in New Guinea and reportedly killed two Japanese soldiers there whilst engaged in hand-to-hand fighting. He was then posted to Tonga, but deserted and remained in Australia before handing himself in to the Military Police. His military service left him with a damaged bladder following an infection and a red mark on his eye caused by a thorn which was not treated until late in his life.

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Upon return to civilian life, Corbett trained as a radiographer before taking up acting as a career, initially in repertory. In the early 1950s, he added the initial "H" to avoid confusion with the television entertainer Harry Corbett, known for his act with the glove-puppet Sooty. He joked that "H" stood for "hennyfink", a Cockney pronunciation of "anything". In 1956, he appeared on stage in The Family Reunion at the Phoenix Theatre in London.

From 1958, he began to appear regularly in films, coming to public attention as a serious, intense performer, in contrast to his later reputation in sitcom. He appeared in television dramas such as The Adventures of Robin Hood (as four different characters in different episodes between 1957 and 1960) and Police Surgeon (1960). He also worked and studied Stanislavski's system at Joan Littlewood's Theatre Workshop at the Theatre Royal in Stratford, London.

Steptoe and Son

Scriptwriters Galton and Simpson, who had been successful with Hancock's Half Hour, changed Corbett's life. In 1962, at their request, Corbett appeared in "The Offer", an episode of the BBC's anthology series of one-off comedy plays, Comedy Playhouse, written by Galton and Simpson. He played Harold Steptoe, a rag-and-bone man who lives with his irascible widower father, Albert (Wilfrid Brambell) in a dilapidated house attached to their junkyard and stable for their cart horse, Hercules. Corbett was, at the time, working at the Bristol Old Vic where he appeared as Macbeth.

The programme was a success and a full series followed, continuing, with breaks, until 1974, when the Christmas special became the final episode. Although the popularity of Steptoe and Son made Corbett a star, it ended his serious acting as he became irreversibly associated with Harold Steptoe in the public eye. Before the series began, Corbett had played Shakespeare's Richard II to great acclaim; however, when he played Hamlet in 1970, he felt both critics and audiences alike were not taking him seriously and could only see him as Harold Steptoe. Corbett found himself receiving offers only for bawdy comedies or loose parodies of his alter-ego Harold. Production of the sitcom was in the last few years stressful as Brambell was an alcoholic, often ill-prepared for rehearsals and forgetting his lines and movements. A tour of a Steptoe and Son stage show in Australia in 1977 proved a disaster due to Brambell's drinking. During the tour, the pair appeared in character in an advert for Ajax soap powder.

The TV episodes were remade for radio, often with the original cast; it is these that were made available on tape and CD. After the Steptoe and Son series officially finished, Corbett played the character again on radio (in a newly written sketch in 1978), as well as in a television commercial for Kenco coffee. The two men reunited in January 1981 for one final performance as Steptoe and Son in a further commercial for Kenco.

The Curse of Steptoe, a BBC TV play about Corbett and Brambell, was broadcast on 19 March 2008 on the British television channel BBC Four, featuring Jason Isaacs as Corbett. The first broadcast gained the channel its highest audience figures to that date, based on overnight returns.

Other work

Steptoe and Son led Corbett to comedy films: as James Ryder in Ladies Who Do (1963); with Ronnie Barker in The Bargee (1964), written by Galton and Simpson; Carry On Screaming! (1966); the "Lust" segment of The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins (1971); and Terry Gilliam's Jabberwocky (1977). There were two Steptoe and Son films: Steptoe and Son (1972) and Steptoe and Son Ride Again (1973). He also had the leading role in two other television series, Mr. Aitch (written especially for him, 1967) and Grundy (1980).

He had a supporting role in the David Essex film Silver Dream Racer in 1980, and also appeared in the controversial film Hardcore in 1977.

Corbett released a number of 45 rpm records, most of which were novelty songs based upon the rag-and-bone character, including "Harry You Love Her" and "Junk Shop". He recorded a number of sea shanties and folk songs. In 1973, he recorded an album titled Only Authorised Employees To Break Bottles which was a "showcase of accents", with songs from Corbett in a range of accents, including Liverpudlian, Brummie and Mancunian; the title echoes a notice which is visible in the bottle-smashing scene in the film 'The Bargee'. Including the album, he released over 30 songs.

Labour Party connections and honour

Corbett was a Labour Party campaigner, appeared in a party political broadcast, and was a guest of Prime Minister Harold Wilson. The television character Harold Steptoe appears as the Labour Party secretary for Shepherd's Bush West in the sixth series episode, "Tea for Two". In 1969, Corbett appeared as Harold Steptoe in a Labour Party political broadcast, where Bob Mellish had to argue against Harold's accusation that all parties are the same. This was not in any way connected to Galton and Simpson who wrote Steptoe and Son.

As Prime Minister, Wilson wished to have Corbett appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE), but the middle initial "H" was lost in the process and the award went to the Sooty puppeteer, Harry Corbett, instead. Both were eventually included in the same New Year's Honours list on 1 January 1976.

Later life

A heavy smoker all his adult life, Corbett had his first heart attack in September 1979. According to his daughter, he smoked sixty cigarettes a day until the heart attack, after which he cut down to twenty. He appeared in pantomime at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, within two days of leaving hospital. He was then badly hurt in a car accident. He appeared shortly afterwards in the BBC detective series Shoestring, his facial injuries obvious. Other work included a Thames Television/ITV comedy series Grundy and the film Silver Dream Racer with David Essex, both in 1980. In Grundy, Corbett played an old man discovering the permissive society after a lifetime of clean living. The series was a flop and was soon cancelled.

Corbett's final role was an episode of the Anglia Television/ITV series Tales of the Unexpected, "The Moles". It featured a man who planned to tunnel into a bank, only to find the bank was closed due to industrial action and there was no money in the vaults. Filmed shortly before his death, it was broadcast two months later, in May 1982.

Personal life

Corbett married twice, first to the actress Sheila Steafel, and then to actress Maureen Blott (stage name Crombie) (1943–1999), with whom he had two children, Jonathan and Susannah. Susannah is an actress and author, and she has written a biography of her father, Harry H. Corbett: The Front Legs of the Cow, which was published in March 2012.


Corbett died of a heart attack in March 1982 in Hastings, East Sussex. He was 57 years old. He is buried in the churchyard at Penhurst, East Sussex. The headstone inscription, chosen by his wife Maureen, reads 'The earth can have but earth which is his due: My spirit is thine, the better part of me', from Sonnet 74. Maureen was buried alongside him in 1999. Corbett is commemorated in the name of the Corbett Theatre at the East 15 Acting School at Loughton, which was founded by Margaret Bury and Jean Newlove, two members of Theatre Workshop, where he worked.


Tales of the Unexpected (TV Series) as
George Balsam
- The Moles (1982) - George Balsam
Nice to See You! (TV Movie) as
Comedy Tonight (TV Movie)
The Dick Emery Christmas Show: For Whom the Jingle Bells Toll (TV Movie) as
Grundy (TV Series) as
- What You Don't See, Ask For (1980) - Grundy
- For Love or Money (1980) - Grundy
- Hands Across the Table (1980) - Grundy
- Saturday Night Fervour (1980) - Grundy
- We Can't Go on Meeting Like This (1980) - Grundy
- First Encounters of a Close Kind (1980) - Grundy
Silver Dream Racer as
Potter (TV Series) as
Harry Tooms
- Episode #2.5 (1980) - Harry Tooms
- Episode #2.3 (1980) - Harry Tooms
- Episode #2.2 (1980) - Harry Tooms
The Plank (TV Movie) as
Amorous Van Driver
Shoestring (TV Series) as
- Nine Tenths of the Law (1979) - Tom
What's Up Superdoc! as
Premiere (TV Series) as
Alan Glut
- A Hymn from Jim (1977) - Alan Glut
Adventures of a Private Eye as
Fiona as
Jabberwocky as
The Squire
The Chiffy Kids (TV Series) as
Hungry Herbert
- Pot Luck (1976) - Hungry Herbert
Comedy Playhouse (TV Series) as
The working-class hero / Ernest 'Ern' Conway / Harold Steptoe
- For Richer- For Poorer (1975) - The working-class hero
- Seven Year Hitch (1966) - Ernest 'Ern' Conway
- The Offer (1962) - Harold Steptoe
Steptoe and Son (TV Series) as
Harold Steptoe
- A Perfect Christmas (1974) - Harold Steptoe
- Upstairs, Downstairs, Upstairs, Downstairs (1974) - Harold Steptoe
- Seance in a Wet Rag and Bone Yard (1974) - Harold Steptoe
- The Seven Steptoerai (1974) - Harold Steptoe
- Porn Yesterday (1974) - Harold Steptoe
- And So to Bed (1974) - Harold Steptoe
- Back in Fashion (1974) - Harold Steptoe
- The Party (1973) - Harold Steptoe
- The Desperate Hours (1972) - Harold Steptoe
- Divided We Stand (1972) - Harold Steptoe
- Loathe Story (1972) - Harold Steptoe
- Live Now, P.A.Y.E. Later (1972) - Harold Steptoe
- Oh, What a Beautiful Mourning (1972) - Harold Steptoe
- A Star Is Born (1972) - Harold Steptoe
- Men of Letters (1972) - Harold Steptoe
- Cuckoo in the Nest (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- The Three Feathers (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- Pot Black (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- Without Prejudice (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- Tea for Two (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- Two's Company (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- Come Dancing (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- Robbery with Violence (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- Men of Property (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- T.B. or Not T.B.? (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- The Colour Problem (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- Steptoe and Son - and Son! (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- Any Old Iron? (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- A Winter's Tale (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- A Death in the Family (1970) - Harold Steptoe
- Pilgrim's Progress (1965) - Harold Steptoe
- My Old Man's a Tory (1965) - Harold Steptoe
- A Box in Town (1965) - Harold Steptoe
- The Siege of Steptoe Street (1965) - Harold Steptoe
- Those Magnificent Men and Their Heating Machines (1965) - Harold Steptoe
- Crossed Swords (1965) - Harold Steptoe
- And Afterwards at- (1965) - Harold Steptoe
- The Lodger (1964) - Harold Steptoe
- The Bond That Binds Us (1964) - Harold Steptoe
- Sunday for Seven Days (1964) - Harold Steptoe
- Steptoe a la Cart (1964) - Harold Steptoe
- The Lead Man Cometh (1964) - Harold Steptoe
- The Wooden Overcoats (1964) - Harold Steptoe
- Homes Fit for Heroes (1964) - Harold Steptoe
- Is That Your Horse Outside (1963) - Harold Steptoe
- Full House (1963) - Harold Steptoe
- A Musical Evening (1963) - Harold Steptoe
- Sixty-Five Today (1963) - Harold Steptoe
- The Stepmother (1963) - Harold Steptoe
- The Bath (1963) - Harold Steptoe
- Wallah-Wallah Catsmeat (1963) - Harold Steptoe
- The Piano (1962) - Harold Steptoe
- The Holiday (1962) - Harold Steptoe
- The Economist (1962) - Harold Steptoe
- The Diploma (1962) - Harold Steptoe
- The Bird (1962) - Harold Steptoe
- The Offer: Pilot (1962) - Harold Steptoe
It's Not the Size That Counts as
Prime Minister
The Goodies (TV Series) as
Minister for Health
- Hospital for Hire (1973) - Minister for Health
Steptoe and Son Ride Again as
Harold Steptoe
The Bruce Forsyth Show (TV Series)
- Episode dated 28 April 1973 (1973)
Steptoe & Son as
Harold Kitchener Steptoe
The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins as
Ambrose (segment "Lust")
Kraft Music Hall Presents: The Des O'Connor Show (TV Series)
- Episode dated 26 June 1971 (1971)
The Best Things in Life (TV Series) as
Alfred Wilcox
- The Emigrant (1970) - Alfred Wilcox
- The Expense Account (1970) - Alfred Wilcox
- Coral Wedding (1970) - Alfred Wilcox
- Up in Mabel's Room (1970) - Alfred Wilcox
- The Fugitive (1970) - Alfred Wilcox
- Love and Little Apples (1970) - Alfred Wilcox
- The Red Carnation (1970) - Alfred Wilcox
Galton and Simpson Comedy (TV Series) as
Basil Puddifoot
- Never Talk to Strangers (1969) - Basil Puddifoot
Sophie's Place as
Frank Finley
City '68 (TV Series) as
Jigger Barrett
- The System: The House That Jigger Built (1968) - Jigger Barrett
Theatre 625 (TV Series) as
Jake Whittington
- The Fall of Kelvin Walker (1968) - Jake Whittington
Armchair Theatre (TV Series) as
Frank Dolan / Harry Fender / Private Mogridge / ...
- A Second Look (1968) - Frank Dolan
- The Hothouse (1964) - Harry Fender
- Roll on Blooming Death (1961) - Private Mogridge
- The Money Makers (1961) - Ralph Sherman
- Thunder on the Snowy (1960) - Jan Redeck
- Pig's Ear with Flowers (1960) - Fred Harris
- The Shadow of the Ruthless (1959)
- The Bird, the Bear and the Actress (1959) - P. Panghurst Shippers (The Bird)
- The Sentry (1959) - Owen
- Emperor Jones (1958) - Smithers
- A Gust of Wind (1958) - Emanuel Rigaretti
- Panther 140 (1957) - George Stedman
- The Last Mile (1957) - Mears
A Christmas Night with the Stars (TV Series) as
Harold Steptoe
- Episode dated 25 December 1967 (1967) - Harold Steptoe
- Episode dated 25 December 1962 (1962) - Harold Steptoe
Mr. Aitch (TV Series) as
Harry Aitch
- We Shall Not Be Moved (1967) - Harry Aitch
- A Star Is Born (1967) - Harry Aitch
- And Never the Twain Shall Meet (1967) - Harry Aitch
- Reunion (1967) - Harry Aitch
- Through the Eye of a Needle (1967) - Harry Aitch
- Like a Pendulum Do (1967) - Harry Aitch
- Said the Spider to the Fly (1967) - Harry Aitch
- The Gambling Habit (1967) - Harry Aitch
- What's It All About, Harry? (1967) - Harry Aitch
- Enemy Within (1967) - Harry Aitch
- Wanderlust (1967) - Harry Aitch
- Limelight (1967) - Harry Aitch
- Strangers in the Night (1967) - Harry Aitch
- The Great Pretender (1967) - Harry Aitch
Carry on Screaming! as
Detective Sgt. Sidney Bung
The Ken Dodd Show (TV Series) as
Harold Steptoe
- Episode #4.1 (1966) - Harold Steptoe
The Sandwich Man as
Stage Door Keeper
Jackanory (TV Series) as
- The Wish Horse (1966) - Storyteller
- The Horses of the Foolish People (1966) - Storyteller
- Bayard the Charger (1966) - Storyteller
- Pegasus the Winged Horse (1966) - Storyteller
Joey Boy as
Joey Boy Thompson
Rattle of a Simple Man as
The Bargee as
Hemel Pike
What a Crazy World as
Ladies Who Do as
James Ryder
A Boy Ten Feet Tall as
Sparrows Can't Sing as
Greengrocer (uncredited)
Zero One (TV Series) as
Vladimir Petrovsky
- Discord (1963) - Vladimir Petrovsky
Time to Remember as
Jack Burgess
Some People as
Johnnie's Father
A Matter of Conscience (TV Movie) as
Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov
The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre (TV Series) as
Jack Burgess / Inspector Bruce
- Time to Remember (1962) - Jack Burgess
- Marriage of Convenience (1960) - Inspector Bruce
Studio 4 (TV Series) as
The Landlord
- A Voice from the Top (1962) - The Landlord
Deadline Midnight (TV Series) as
Harry Briggs / Harry Armitage
- An Eye for Detail (1961) - Harry Briggs
- Episode #1.11 (1960) - Harry Armitage
Wings of Death (Short) as
Superintendent Hammond
The Unstoppable Man as
Tales of Mystery (TV Series) as
- The Man Who Was Milligan (1961) - Milligan
Theatre 70 (TV Series) as
Bill Moffatt / Steven Brett / Harry Marsden
- The Intruder (1961) - Bill Moffatt
- Call for Mr. Ariman (1961) - Steven Brett
- Chance Witness (1961) - Harry Marsden
Marriage of Convenience as
Inspector Bruce
Police Surgeon (TV Series) as
George Drake
- Lag on the Run (1960) - George Drake
The Big Day as
Harry Jackson
The Adventures of Robin Hood (TV Series) as
Sir Watkyn / Nicodemus / Jason / ...
- A Bushel of Apples (1960) - Sir Watkyn
- The Genius (1958) - Nicodemus
- The Angry Village (1957) - Jason
- The Charter (1957) - Sir Bascom
Song in a Strange Land (TV Movie) as
Ricardo Tancredo
The Shakedown as
Cover Girl Killer as
The Man
In the Wake of a Stranger as
Shake Hands with the Devil as
Clancy (as Harry Corbett)
The Torrents of Spring (TV Movie) as
ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series) as
Charlie Panetti / King James I of England / Nik Ferens
- The Jukebox (1959) - Charlie Panetti
- The King's Bounty (1957) - King James I of England
- The Crown of the Road (1957) - Nik Ferens
Nowhere to Go as
Danny Sullivan (as Harry Corbett)
Floods of Fear as
ITV Play of the Week (TV Series) as
John Broome / Lickcheese / Cohen / ...
- Mary Broome (1958) - John Broome
- Widowers' Houses (1957) - Lickcheese
- Mr. Bolfry (1957) - Cohen
- A Man About the House (1957) - Salvatore
- Hamlet (1956) - Gravedigger
Theatre Night (TV Series) as
Jules Palotin
- Nekrassov (1957) - Jules Palotin
New Ramps for Old (TV Series) as
- No Percentage (1956) - Kegworthy
- Shop, Double Shop (1956) - Kegworthy
- All Mod Cons (1956) - Kegworthy
- Strictly Legal (1956) - Kegworthy
- On Hot Ice (1956) - Kegworthy
- Hitched to a Star (1956) - Kegworthy
The Girl (TV Movie) as
Tony (as Harry Corbett)
The Passing Stranger as
Cafe Patron Wearing Glasses (uncredited)
Never Look Back as
Policeman in charge cells (uncredited)
It's Not the Size That Counts (uncredited)
Steptoe and Son (TV Series) (performer - 7 episodes)
- A Perfect Christmas (1974) - (performer: "When You Wish Upon A Star" - uncredited)
- Upstairs, Downstairs, Upstairs, Downstairs (1974) - (performer: "O God, Our Help In Ages Past", "Hawaii Five-0 Theme", "What Kind of Fool Am I?" - uncredited)
- Seance in a Wet Rag and Bone Yard (1974) - (performer: "Clap Hands! Here Comes Charley" - uncredited)
- The Seven Steptoerai (1974) - (performer: "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines" - uncredited)
- Two's Company (1970) - (performer: "Some Enchanted Evening" - uncredited)
- Come Dancing (1970) - (performer: "Who's Taking You Home Tonight?", "The Anniversary Song", "I came I Saw I Conga'd" - uncredited)
- Robbery with Violence (1970) - (performer: "A Hard Day's Night" - uncredited)
What a Crazy World (performer: "Things We Never Had" - uncredited)
Give Us a Clue (TV Series) as
Self - Panellist
- Episode #4.15 (1982) - Self - Panellist
Night of One Hundred Stars (TV Movie) as
The Basil Brush Show (TV Series) as
- Episode #13.10 (1979) - Self
The Pleasure Is Mine (TV Mini Series) as
Bruce Forsyth and the Generation Game (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode #5.15 (1975) - Self - Guest
Celebrity Squares (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.2 (1975) - Self
Whodunnit? (TV Series) as
Self - Panellist
- It's Quicker by Train (1974) - Self - Panellist
The Movie Quiz (TV Series) as
- Episode #3.9 (1974) - Self
- Episode #3.8 (1974) - Self
Nationwide (TV Series documentary) as
- Episode dated 15 February 1973 (1973) - Self
The Val Doonican Show (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.12 (1971) - Self
Lift Off (TV Series) as
- Episode #3.15 (1971) - Self
An Hour with .... (TV Series) as
- Harry H. Corbett (1971) - Self
All Kinds of Music (TV Special) as
Self - Presenter
Cilla (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.1 (1968) - Self
The Eamonn Andrews Show (TV Series) as
- Episode #4.13 (1968) - Self
- Episode #2.39 (1966) - Self
- Episode #2.32 (1966) - Self
- Episode #1.31 (1965) - Self
- Episode #1.2 (1964) - Self
Acting in the Sixties (TV Series documentary) as
- Harry H. Corbett (1967) - Self
Variety Club of Great Britain Awards for 1963 (TV Special documentary short) as
Self - BBC TV Personality
The Royal Variety Performance 1963 (TV Special) as
Harold Steptoe
Juke Box Jury (TV Series) as
Self - Panellist
- Episode #1.187 (1963) - Self - Panellist
Archive Footage
Mollie Sugden: A Tribute (TV Movie documentary) as
Harold Steptoe
The Greatest Christmas Comedy Moments (TV Movie documentary) as
Harold Steptoe
Screenwipe (TV Series documentary) as
Harold Steptoe
- Episode #5.1 (2008) - Harold Steptoe (uncredited)
Truly, Madly, Cheaply!: British B Movies (TV Movie documentary) as
The Man (uncredited)
50 Greatest Comedy Catchphrases (TV Movie documentary) as
Harold Steptoe (uncredited)
Comedy Connections (TV Series documentary) as
Harold Steptoe
- It Ain't Half Hot, Mum (2007) - Harold Steptoe (uncredited)
Carry on Quizzing (Video Game) as
Detective Sergeant Sidney Bung (uncredited)
The Best of the Royal Variety (TV Series) as
Harold Steptoe
- The Comedians (2006) - Harold Steptoe
Arena (TV Series documentary) as
Harold Steptoe
- Lunch with Galton and Simpson (2005) - Harold Steptoe
Bruce Forsyth's Comedy Heroes (TV Movie documentary) as
Harold Steptoe
Beatles: The Journey (Video documentary) as
When Steptoe Met Son (TV Movie documentary) as
Harold Steptoe
Heroes of Comedy (TV Series documentary) as
Harold Steptoe
- Leonard Rossiter (2001) - Harold Steptoe
Kenneth Williams: A Life on the Box (TV Movie documentary)
The Beautiful Frame (TV Movie) as
Percy Winthram
Laugh with the Carry Ons (TV Series)
The Best of the Adventures (Video) as
That's Carry On! as
Detective Sergeant Sidney Bung


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