Person    | Male  Born 27/11/1925  Died 21/3/1999

Ernie Wise OBE

Categories: Humour, TV & Radio

Comedian, one half of Morecambe and Wise. Born Leeds. Died Nuffield Hospital, Gerrards Cross. The little one on the right in our picture.

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Ernie Wise OBE

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BBC Television Centre - Ernie Wise

Ernie Wise OBE, 1925 - 1999. 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 - Morecambe and Wise

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

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