Terry-Thomas's final film with the Boulting brothers was I'm All Right Jack, a post-war follow-up to Private's Progress with Terry-Thomas reprising the role of Major Hitchcock to an industrial setting, as the "tetchily incompetent" personnel manager.
Yochum, Terry.; Rowe, Lindsay.On British television, in an episode of the Comedy Playhouse called "The Old Campaigner he played lotto lahrtal James Franklin-Jones, a salesman for time slot bedeutung a plastics company who was continually searching for love affairs while travelling on business.Terry-Thomas played Sir Cuthbert Ware-Armitage, the "thoroughly bad egg son of flying ace Sir Percy Ware-Armitage his role in Those Magnificent Men.Please try a lower page number.European identity in cinema.In 1959 Terry-Thomas published his first autobiography, Filling the Gap, named after his spot in Large as Life ; he explained that "everything that has been printed about me is lies.To jump in the air and execute a few dance steps".The film, released in 1966, held the record for highest box-office takings in France until 2004, and it remains "one of the most popular films with television audiences in France".The New York Times.He made his début with the drama company in the role of Lord Trench in The Dover Road which was staged at the Fortune Theatre, London.Souvenir programme Large as Life (1958) London: Tribe Bros.
The London run was not a success and the show closed after 48 performances.
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Eric Sykes, with whom Terry-Thomas shared a number of screen moments, stated that it was "always the same character and always funny".Legacy and reputation edit Following Terry-Thomas's death, Lionel Jeffries called him "the last of the great gentlemen of the cinema 241 while the director Michael Winner commented that "no matter what your position was in relation to his, as the star he was always terribly.Truly televisual and not just a radio programme in costume".To have been Terry-Thomas's best works.He also invented various characters, including Colonel Featherstonehaugh-Bumleigh and Cora Chessington-Crabbe, and frequently recited comic stories involving them to his colleagues.In October and November 1949 he appeared at the Palmer House Night Club, Chicago; in June 1951 he appeared at The Wedgwood Room, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, and between 22 December 1951 and 29 February 1952 he returned to the London Palladium for 109 performances.82 By the third series, which was broadcast between November 1950 and February 1951, the audience reached four million viewers.