Person    | Male  Born 14/5/1926  Died 28/5/1984

Eric Morecambe, OBE

Categories: Humour, TV & Radio

Comedian. Born John Eric Bartholomew in Morecambe, Lancashire. Partnered by Ernie Wise their first joint TV show was in 1954 and the last in 1983, with the Christmas specials being national events. Died at Cheltenham General Hospital where he had been taken from Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury.

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Eric Morecambe, OBE

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BBC Television Centre - Eric Morecambe

Eric Morecambe OBE, 1926 - 1984. BBC and the Heritage Foundation

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Morecambe and Wise

Eric Morecambe, O.B.E., 1926 - 1984. Ernie Wise, O.B.E., 1925 - 1999. The Her...

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Teddington Studios - Eric Morecambe

In 2013 this plaque was replaced with the one for Eric and Ernie.

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Teddington Studios - Morecambe and Wise

This plaque replaced the one for Eric Morecambe on his own.

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