Harry H. Corbett - Like The Big Guys Do album flac
Title: Like The Big Guys Do
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Опубликовано: 11 июн. 2012 г. Harry H Corbett - Like The Big Guys Do 1963 7" Pye.
All Tracks by Harry H. Corbett (1). Covers of Harry H. Corbett Songs (1). 1 cover. Like the Big Guys Do (1963). was covered in. Like the Big Guys Do by The Rocky Fellers (1963).
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HARRY H. CORBETT - 'Like The Big Guys Do' - 45rpm 1963. Harry H Corbett - Junk Shop. Djs harry h, ellis - MC bugsy - new rhyme. Djs harry h, ellis - MC bugsy, sash. Corbett OBE. Publicity photo of Corbett in the 1970s. Upon return to civilian life, Corbett trained as a radiographer before taking up acting as a career, initially in repertory. In the early 1950s, he added the initial "H" to avoid confusion with the television entertainer Harry Corbett, known for his act with the glove-puppet Sooty. He joked that "H" stood for "hennyfink", a Cockney pronunciation of "anything". In 1956, he appeared on stage in The Family Reunion at the Phoenix Theatre in London. The Big Day (1960) – Harry Jackson. The Unstoppable Man (1960) – Feist. Song in a Strange Land (1960) – Ricardo Tancredo.
Harry H Corbett as Hemel Pike, with Ronnie Barker and Eric Sykes in The Bargee (1964). Harry H. Corbett (star of Carry on Screaming and Steptoe and Son) added the initial to distinguish himself from Harry Corbett (creator of glove puppet Sooty). When asked, Harry said that the H stood for Hanything.
Like the Big Guys Do. Flash, Bang, Wallop! Everybody's Doing It (Dixie Melody). Corbett, OBE (28 February 1925 – 21 March 1982) was an English actor. Corbett was best known for his starring role in the popular and long-running BBC Television sitcom Steptoe and Son in the 1960s and 1970s. Corbett was regarded as one of Britain's first Method actors and early in his career he was dubbed "the English Marlon Brando" by some sections of the British press.
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