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"Unforgettable Moments: Celebrating the Versatility and Talent of Actors" From Ronnie Barker's impeccable portrayal of the stuttering, miserly

Background imageActors Collection: June Hayward wife of actor Louis Hayward January 1953 Louis plays the part

June Hayward wife of actor Louis Hayward January 1953 Louis plays the part of The Saint in a series of movies June shows of her hat collection

Background imageActors Collection: David Soul TV / Film Actor March 1977 Dbase MSI

David Soul TV / Film Actor March 1977 Dbase MSI
David Soul TV/ Film Actor March 1977 Dbase MSI

Background imageActors Collection: John Cusack American actor 1991

John Cusack American actor 1991

Background imageActors Collection: Ronnie Barker as the stuttering, miserly, lustful shopkeeper Arkwright from the BBC TV

Ronnie Barker as the stuttering, miserly, lustful shopkeeper Arkwright from the BBC TV Series Open All Hours. Pictured in character outside his corner shop

Background imageActors Collection: Morecambe and Wise 1966

Morecambe and Wise 1966
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise rehearse for a new televisionseries, 1966

Background imageActors Collection: Only Fools and Horses cast members walk along the seafront at Margate beach during

Only Fools and Horses cast members walk along the seafront at Margate beach during the filming of the 1989 Christmas Special " Jolly Boys Outing". 18th May 1989

Background imageActors Collection: The Young Ones during filming in Bristol. Starring Christopher Ryan as Mike

The Young Ones during filming in Bristol. Starring Christopher Ryan as Mike, Rik Mayall as Rick, Nigel Planer as Neil and Adrian Edmondson as Vyvyan. August 1982

Background imageActors Collection: Denham Studios restaurant by Tony Wysard, 1937

Denham Studios restaurant by Tony Wysard, 1937
Intensively populated illustration by Tony Wysard, showing imagined diners at the restaurant at Denham Studios. Illustration includes a key to all caricatures portrayed but include David Niven

Background imageActors Collection: Actor Peter Sallis who plays Norman Clegg (left) in the BBC situation comedy series Last

Actor Peter Sallis who plays Norman Clegg (left) in the BBC situation comedy series Last of the Summer Wine, pictured with Brian Wilde who plays Foggy Dewhirst (right)

Background imageActors Collection: Anthony Hopkins Actor sitting with Diana Rigg - September 1972 Both will be staring

Anthony Hopkins Actor sitting with Diana Rigg - September 1972 Both will be staring in Macbeth in the new National Theatre production Dbase MSI

Background imageActors Collection: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton - actors

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton - actors
Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011), British-American actress, embraces her husband Richard Burton (1925-1984), Welsh actor. Date: 1966

Background imageActors Collection: Miss Greta Garbo, portrait photograph, 1925 July 27. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Miss Greta Garbo, portrait photograph, 1925 July 27. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Miss Greta Garbo, portrait photograph, 1925 July 27. Address: Commodore Hotel, New York City

Background imageActors Collection: Ian Dury outside the East End stall of Tubby Isaacs eating bowl of Jellied eels

Ian Dury outside the East End stall of Tubby Isaacs eating bowl of Jellied eels

Background imageActors Collection: Michael Crawford actor starred as Frank Spencer in Some Mothers Do Have Them

Michael Crawford actor starred as Frank Spencer in Some Mothers Do Have Them and the musical Phantom of the Opera

Background imageActors Collection: The Young Ones filming on location in Bristol. Starring Rik Mayall as Rick

The Young Ones filming on location in Bristol. Starring Rik Mayall as Rick, Nigel Planer as Neil, Christopher Ryan as Mike and Adrian Edmondson as Vyvyan. August 1982

Background imageActors Collection: Filming the golf scene for 'Goldfinger'at Stoke Park golf course near Stoke

Filming the golf scene for "Goldfinger"at Stoke Park golf course near Stoke
Filming the golf scene for " Goldfinger" at Stoke Park golf course near Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, were Sean Connery ( James Bond ) Gert Frobe ( Goldfinger)

Background imageActors Collection: Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring

Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring 1970

Background imageActors Collection: Tatler cover - Ronald Colman and his Sealyham Terrier

Tatler cover - Ronald Colman and his Sealyham Terrier
Film star Ronald Colman (1891-1958) pictured on the front cover of The Tatler with his Sealyham Terrier in 1931. Date: 1931

Background imageActors Collection: Films Carry On Camping Barbara Windsor covers her breasts with her hands after

Films Carry On Camping Barbara Windsor covers her breasts with her hands after losing her bikini top during morning PT lesson as Kenneth Williams looks on open mouthed and in shock

Background imageActors Collection: French mime artist Marcel Marceau during rehearsals at the Picca

French mime artist Marcel Marceau during rehearsals at the Piccadilly Theatre in London 1962

Background imageActors Collection: Danny La Rue in 1965

Danny La Rue in 1965
Danny La Rue, female impersonator in 1965

Background imageActors Collection: Oliver Reed

Oliver Reed, actor in 1969

Background imageActors Collection: Jackie Coogan, October 1921

Jackie Coogan, October 1921
Child actor Jackie Coogan aged six. Coogan began as a child actor in silent films after being discovered by Charlie Chaplin and at this point earned 10, 000 a year

Background imageActors Collection: Cliff Richard Singer Actor at his Surrey home after a swim October 1978

Cliff Richard Singer Actor at his Surrey home after a swim October 1978

Background imageActors Collection: Jeremy Brett Gayle Hunnicutt with cast of new television series Sherlock Holmes

Jeremy Brett Gayle Hunnicutt with cast of new television series Sherlock Holmes Rosalyn Landor Barbara Wilshire Alison Sulbeck Betsy Branley

Background imageActors Collection: Actor Leslie Phillips

Actor Leslie Phillips 1961

Background imageActors Collection: Horsemen filming Robin of Sherwood, Cornwall

Horsemen filming Robin of Sherwood, Cornwall
Three horsemen in demon costume, filming the TV series Robin of Sherwood near St Michaels Mount, Cornwall. Date: 1980s

Background imageActors Collection: Punch and Judy Man (The) (1963)

Punch and Judy Man (The) (1963)
A laughing Tony Hancock and Sylvia Syms in a scene from The Punch and Judy Man directed in 1963 by Jeremy Summers

Background imageActors Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageActors Collection: Last of the Summer Wine actors in top hats and tails

Last of the Summer Wine actors in top hats and tails. L-R Bill Owen, Peter Sallis and Brian Wilde. 22nd January 1982

Background imageActors Collection: Spike Milligan March 1984

Spike Milligan March 1984

Background imageActors Collection: Peter Cook and Dudley Moore as Pete & Dud in Not Only But Also

Peter Cook and Dudley Moore as Pete & Dud in Not Only But Also

Background imageActors Collection: Anna May Wong in The Circle of Chalk

Anna May Wong in The Circle of Chalk
Miss Anna May wong as Chang-Hi-Tang dancing before the tea-shop keeper in The Circle of Chalk, an ancient Chinese lay translated into English by James Laver

Background imageActors Collection: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis Golf Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis Golf

Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis Golf Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis Golf
California: c. 1953 Dean Martin appears to get the best of Jerry Lewis with his hand grabbing the top of the golf club

Background imageActors Collection: Michael Ball - February 1989 Dbase MSI

Michael Ball - February 1989 Dbase MSI

Background imageActors Collection: The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell

The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageActors Collection: The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell

The Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageActors Collection: Derek Ware (left) teaches a Saracen (Valentino Musetti) how to fight

Derek Ware (left) teaches a Saracen (Valentino Musetti) how to fight, while William Russell who plays Ian looks on during filming for the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing

Background imageActors Collection: William Russell (Ian) seen here during a fight scene being filmed at the BBC Ealing

William Russell (Ian) seen here during a fight scene being filmed at the BBC Ealing studios for the Dr Who story called The Crusade. 16th February 1965

Background imageActors Collection: William Russell (Ian) and Valentino Musetti (The Saracen

William Russell (Ian) and Valentino Musetti (The Saracen) seen here receiving direction during a break in filming at the BBC Ealing studios for the Dr Who story called The Crusade. 16th February 1965

Background imageActors Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageActors Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageActors Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in Ealing. 16th February 1965

Background imageActors Collection: Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen

Derek Ware fight co-ordinator runs through the fight scene with the Saracen (Valentino Musetti) and Ian (William Russell) during a break in filming the Dr Who story The Crusades at the BBC studios in

Background imageActors Collection: John Thaw and Dennis Waterman - April 1978 with Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise

John Thaw and Dennis Waterman - April 1978 with Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, filming for the TV Programme - The Sweeney

Background imageActors Collection: Oliver Reed Film Actor with Sexy Susan George in Venom October 1980

Oliver Reed Film Actor with Sexy Susan George in Venom October 1980 Dbase MSI

Background imageActors Collection: Covent Garden Theatre, 1786 (pen and ink with wash on paper)

Covent Garden Theatre, 1786 (pen and ink with wash on paper)
XCF282036 Covent Garden Theatre, 1786 (pen and ink with wash on paper) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageActors Collection: Richard Kiel actor and son Richard George Kiel - November 1976 Dbase MSI

Richard Kiel actor and son Richard George Kiel - November 1976 Dbase MSI



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"Unforgettable Moments: Celebrating the Versatility and Talent of Actors" From Ronnie Barker's impeccable portrayal of the stuttering, miserly, yet lustful shopkeeper Arkwright in BBC TV's beloved sitcom to Morecambe and Wise's timeless comedy duo act that captivated audiences since 1966, they have left an indelible mark on our hearts. Step back in time to 1937 at Denham Studios restaurant by Tony Wysard, where stars mingled amidst glamour and elegance. Meanwhile, The Young Ones brought rebellious energy to Bristol during filming, with Christopher Ryan embodying the iconic character of Mike. Michael Crawford stole our hearts as Frank Spencer in Some Mothers Do Have Them – his comedic genius forever etched into our memories. And who could forget the hilarious antics of Only Fools and Horses cast members strolling along Margate beach? In October 1921, a young Jackie Coogan captured attention with his undeniable talent. Fast forward to Ian Dury outside Tubby Isaacs' East End stall savoring a bowl of jellied eels – a true embodiment of British culture. Arthur Lowe immortalized Captain Mainwaring from Dad's Army with his impeccable performance while Leslie Phillips charmed audiences effortlessly. Witness John Thaw and Dennis Waterman alongside Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise in April 1978 – legends united under one roof. Lastly, horsemen galloping through Cornwall during Robin of Sherwood filming remind us how actors transport us into fantastical worlds beyond imagination. These glimpses into the lives and careers of remarkable actors serve as a testament to their unparalleled talent. They bring characters alive on screen or stage, leaving an everlasting impact on generations past, present, and future.