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Dick Emery (Richard Gilbert Emery)

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Biography

Bloomsbury, London, England, UK
In the 1960s and 1970s, Dick Emery was one of the most successful comics on the box. He was voted BBC TV Personality of the Year, thanks to creations such as his toothy vicar, sex-starved spinster Hettie, crusty old Lampwick, outrageously camp Clarence, who coined the phrase: "Hallo honky tonks". Perhaps the most memorable of all was Mandy, a busty middle-aged woman whose repressed nature was usually betrayed by a sudden affectionate slap and a cry of: "Ooh, you are awful. But I like you!". Read more...

Actor

Character: Inebriated Party Guest

Follow a Star 1959

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Character: Shingler

The Fast Lady 1962

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Character: Reginald Cundell

Crooks Anonymous 1962

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Character: Man in Flat 307

The Wrong Arm of the Law 1963

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Character: Juke Box Jury Members

Just for Fun 1963

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Character: Frederick 'Booky' Binns

The Big Job 1965

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Character: Jeremy Hilary Boob, Ph.D. - Nowhere Man / Lord Mayor / Max

Yellow Submarine 1968

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Character: Himself / Various Characters

The Dick Emery Hour 1980

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Character: Himself

Arena 1975

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Character: 2nd Laura Morrell

The Seven Faces of Jim 1961

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Character: Himself

The Basil Brush Show 1970

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Character: Himself / Various

Dick Emery 0

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Character: Arthur Clench

The Reunion 0

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Character: Stanley Mold

The Making of Peregrine 0

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Writing