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Gorden Kaye

Postby bristleposh » 23 Jan 2017, 22:33

Good mourning RIP. No matter how terrible people thought the programme was I found it consistently funny.
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Re: Gordon Kaye

Postby poshnipper » 23 Jan 2017, 23:10

Agreed Brizzle. Simple and repetitive ..... but very funny.
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Re: Gordon Kaye

Postby tonyp » 23 Jan 2017, 23:30

poshnipper wrote:Agreed Brizzle. Simple and repetitive ..... but very funny.
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I agree.
My wife and I still say "Good moaning" nearly every morning.
RIP Gorden Kaye.
(The unusual spelling of the name Gorden [his real name was Gordon] was the result of a British Actors' Equity Association typing error.)
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Re: Gordon Kaye

Postby Brianposh » 23 Jan 2017, 23:58

R.I.P. Gorden. I met him in 2000 on a Cruise in the Baltics and he became a teammate in our nightly Pub quiz team. A lovely chap, very chatty, and funny.
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Re: Gordon Kaye

Postby dunc » 24 Jan 2017, 00:49

I hope you listened very carefully ......
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Re: Gorden Kaye

Postby Poshay » 24 Jan 2017, 08:49

I'm very sorry to hear of his passing : a French masterclass from the lad from Huddersfield, 1941 was a vintage year.
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Re: Gorden Kaye

Postby ashman » 24 Jan 2017, 09:54

Saw 'Allo 'Allo on the stage in 'that there Landon' and couldn't stop laughing all the way through. Superb. Double entendres were still there -but it was a lot saucier than the TV show!

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Re: Gorden Kaye

Postby stuie » 24 Jan 2017, 10:11

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bristleposh wrote:Good mourning RIP. No matter how terrible people thought the programme was I found it consistently funny.


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Re: Gordon Kaye

Postby DaveLister » 24 Jan 2017, 20:09

tonyp wrote:
poshnipper wrote:Agreed Brizzle. Simple and repetitive ..... but very funny.
RIP

I agree.
My wife and I still say "Good moaning" nearly every morning.
RIP Gorden Kaye.
(The unusual spelling of the name Gorden [his real name was Gordon] was the result of a British Actors' Equity Association typing error.)

It was actually Arthur Bostroms PC Crabtree whose catchphrase was the well known Good Moaning.

RIP Rene, gave my sister and me a lot of laughs growing up. Allo Alllo was a regular in our house :(
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