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Jeremy Lloyd film reviews


Jeremy Lloyd

British actor, director

Born
22 July 1930
in LondonCity of London, EnglandUnited Kingdom

Died
23 December 2014

Born 22 July 1930 in Danbury. British actor and television and film writer, best known for his cooperation with David Croft. They realized several sitcoms together, including a very popular Are You Being Served? and ’Allo ’Allo!. Known also for The Dickie Henderson Show, Laugh-In. In his youth he worked as a suit salesman at Simpson’s, a department store in London’s Piccadilly. In 2013 he was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) for his services to British Comedy.


1961

Very Important Person

as Bonzo Baines

Shallow Hal 1961

British scientist is put into POW camp and the officers are trying to find the way to send him back to England.

1972-1985

Are You Being Served?

screenplay

Shallow Hal 1972

Staff of Grace Brothers department store in London with their personal problems and their professional secrets.

1974

Murder on the Orient Express

as A.D.C.

Shallow Hal 1974

Hercules Poirot travels on the Orient Express when one of the passengers is found dead with multiple stab wounds. This could be the most complicated case in career of the Belgian detective.

1984-1992

’Allo ’Allo!

screenplay

Shallow Hal 1984

During World War 2 French cafe owner Rene Artois reluctantly gets involved into Resistance affairs, which brings him nothing but the trouble. Not to mention his wife could any day find out about his affairs with the waitresses...

1992-1993

Grace and Favour

screenplay

Shallow Hal 1992

After long years the Grace Brothers department store is finally closed after death of Young Mr Grace, but few of the surviving employees are in for surprise - it turns out their pensions were not secured by the employer, but there is an option for them...




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