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Comic Heritage

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Merged with the Heritage Foundation.

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

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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

Stanley Lupino

Stanley Lupino

Actor, dancer and singer. Born as Stanley Richard Lupino Hook, he was the father of actor and director Ida Lupino. He made his first stage appearance at the age of six and subsequently performed in...

Person, Cinema, Dance, Music / songs, Theatre, USA

1 memorial
Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie

Detective novelist and playwright.  Born in Torquay, into a well-off family, where a bust has been erected, as Agatha Miller.  Married Archie Christie in 1914.  In WW1 she trained and worked in a p...

Person, Cinema, Literature, Seriously Famous, TV & Radio

5 memorials
Montagu Pyke

Montagu Pyke

In 1908 Pyke converted two shops at 164-166 Edgware Road into a cinema. This was a success and he created more, naming each one the Cinematograph Theatre. By 1910 he had 5 cinemas, each an independ...

Person, Cinema

1 memorial
Charlie Chaplin

Charlie Chaplin

Born Charles Spencer Chaplin in East Street, Walworth (possibly, see Londonist). Comic actor, composer, director and producer.  Born into a music hall family. He joined a troupe of child dancers, '...

Person, Cinema, Seriously Famous, Switzerland, USA

12 memorials
Lumière Cinématographe

Lumière Cinématographe

The Lumière Cinématographe was a machine for projecting moving pictures, invented in France by Antoine Lumière and his sons, Louis and Auguste.  

Media, Cinema, France

1 memorial