The Curse of Steptoe

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Roland Butter

I can't wait to see Trevor Eve as Hughie "I mean that most sincerely, folks" Green.
 
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Mike Reynolds

Struck me as an interesting bit of casting, Trev as Hughie, but bet it will be excellent.

Looking forward to it.

Mike
 
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becky sharp

Ian Mac said:
Belated congrats Raver on your ten grand..........


:mw2: :no1poster: :eek:ldraver:
And even more belated congratulations from me Raver...... :D
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Ken Stott was just superb in this role ...his crying near the end has got to be some of the most convincing crying I have ever seen any actor do....

But what sad sad people leading such sad lives .......and poor John le Measurier!

First class drama...
 
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turnipsock

The Tony Hancock one was given a bad review in the times, so I know people that didn't watch it on the strength of that. The Steptoe one almost had me in tears, but the Hancock one was even worse/better. I didn't know much about the hancock story but the program made it pretty clear. I even looked up the stuff on wiki, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Le_Mesurier, I like his last words and the bit he put in the paper.

I think the last one about Frankie Howard might be the best one.
 
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