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Michael Crawford became famous for playing the hapless Frank Spencer in the comedy TV series "Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em". Which of these actors was the first choice for the role?
Funnyman Norman Wisdom was known for his bashful smile and forever tripping over his own feet. He played the character Norman Pitkin in many slapstick comedies, but which of these films featured his signature song, "Don't Laugh at Me (Cause I'm a Fool)"?
The Bulldog Breed
A Stitch in Time
Up in the World
Trouble in Store
Which British sitcom character used the quote "Coming my little piranha fish"?
Basil Fawlty ("Fawlty Towers")
Richard Bucket ("Keeping Up Appearances")
Derek Trotter ("Only Fools and Horses")
Victor Meldrew ("One Foot in the Grave")
Rowan Atkinson is famous for his role as Mr Bean. Which British comedy film did he play the part of the Reverend Walter Goodfellow alongside Kristin Scott Thomas, Maggie Smith and Patrick Swayze?
A Private Function
Death at a Funeral
Multi award winning British comedy, "The Vicar of Dibley", was set in a fictional village community with slapstick style humour and eccentric characters. Which actor starred as Jim "no, no, no, no, yes" Trott?
Roger Lloyd Pack
Baldrick was one of the central characters in the "Blackadder" television series. His quote "I have a cunning plan" often got him out of scrapes with his long suffering employer, Edmund Blackadder. Which of these actors played the "Son of the Dung Gatherer"?
Actor Steve Coogan appeared alongside Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson in the 2006 film, "Night at the Museum". Which miniature character did he play?
Which film actor played the characters Doctor Orlando Watt, The Khasi of Kalabar and WC Boggs in the "Carry On" films?
This comedian first came to prominence as the winner of the British television talent show series "New Faces" in 1987. He has appeared on stage in front of Queen Elizabeth II six times and was also crowned "King of the Jungle". What is his name?
Which comedy actor was born four days before Adolf Hitler and died 131 days after Elvis Presley?
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