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Comic Heritage

Group

Merged with the Heritage Foundation.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Comic Heritage

Creations i

Benny Hill

Benny Hill, 1925 - 1992, comedian. Comic Heritage

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Bernie Winters

Bernie Winters, 1932 - 1991, comedian and water rat. Comic Heritage

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David Nixon

David Nixon, 1919 - 1978, magician and past King Rat. Comic Heritage

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Harry Worth

Harry Worth, 1917 - 1989, comedian. Comic Heritage

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Hattie Jacques

unveiled by Eric Sykes and Clive Dunn.

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Other Subjects

Blithe Spirit

Blithe Spirit

Written by Noel Coward this play, first performed in Manchester in 1941, moved in 1942 to The Duchess Theatre where it was performed 1997 times, a record at the time. It was filmed by David Lean i...

Fiction, Cinema, Fictional, Theatre

1 memorial
Ronald Falk

Ronald Falk

Born Australia. Actor. We are really only guessing that this is the Ronald Falk on the list of donors for the Olivier statue. We published this item in October 2010. Our colleague, Andrew Behan, h...

Person, Benefactor, Cinema, Theatre, TV & Radio, Australia

1 memorial
William Goldman

William Goldman

Screenwriter and novelist. Born on 12 August 1931 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He's the one who first said "Nobody knows anything" in reference to predicting which films will be successful. He died ...

Person, Cinema, Literature, USA

1 memorial
Harry H. Corbett OBE

Harry H. Corbett OBE

Actor.  Son of an army officer he was born in Burma.  The Son of Wilfrid Brambell in the TV series 'Steptoe and Son'.  Died Hastings. Not to be confused with Harry Corbett, Sooty and Sweep's handler.

Person, Cinema, Humour, TV & Radio, Burma

1 memorial
Paul Robeson

Paul Robeson

Singer, actor (also athlete and civil rights activist). Born Princeton, New Jersey to a former slave, who educated himself to become a theologian and who had great expectations of his son, expectat...

Person, Cinema, Music / songs, Race Issues, Seriously Famous, Theatre, USA

1 memorial