1890–1982 | British actor
British comedian, entertainer, singer and character actor with a long list of international credits in revue, musical comedy and variety, as well as films
Born in London, Stanley Holloway became a star with the concert party the Co-Optimists and was famous for his monologues delivered in a Yorkshire accent.
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- Meet Me Tonight (1952)
- Friday at 11am on Talking Pictures
- Three short Noël Coward plays: Red Pepper, Fumed Oak, Ways and Means.
- An Alligator Named Daisy (1955)
- Sunday at 10.35am on Talking Pictures
- A young songwriter finds himself saddled with a pet alligator.
- Passport to Pimlico (1949)
- Sunday at 7.15pm on Talking Pictures
- 30th March at 12.45pm on Talking Pictures
- Part of a London district is discovered to belong to Burgundy, and the inhabitants find themselves free of rationing restrictions.