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Impasse - Ray Galton & Alan Simpson - Galton & Simpsons Half Hour (CD, Album)

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  1. Ray Galton And Alan Simpson Perhaps, Britain’s best known comedy writers. Ray Galton and Alan Simpson are best known for their classic sitcom Steptoe and Son and for their work with Tony Hancock, but there were many others that we perhaps don’t associate with the pair. Quick Bio/History Raymond Percy Galton was born in Paddington [ ].
  2. Scriptwriter Alan Simpson (left), famous for creating classic sitcoms Hancock's Half Hour and Steptoe And Son (right) with Ray Galton, has died at the age of 87 after a battle with lung disease.
  3. Ray Galton & Alan Simpson - 30 Minute BBC Interview & Life Story - Comedy Script Writers Hancock's Half Hour Series 1 - The Holiday Camp Galton and Simpson Comedy S01E04 Don't Dilly Dally.
  4. Ray Galton OBE (born 17 July ), and Alan Simpson OBE (born 27 November ), are British scriptwriters who met in at a tuberculosis sanatorium, the Surrey county sanatorium near Godalming, on which the sitcom Get Well Soon was based. They are best known for their work with comedian Tony Hancock on radio and television between and , and their long-running .
  5. Oct 09,  · Ray Galton, Writer of Hit British Sitcoms, Is Dead at Ray Galton, left, with Alan Simpson, his longtime writing partner, in London in “Hancock’s Half Hour” began on radio in.
  6. Feb 08,  · One half of the acclaimed screenwriting duo Galton and Simpson, who also wrote Hancock’s Half Hour, has died after a long battle with lung disease Published: 8 .
  7. Galton and Simpson. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. Live Statistics. Ray Galton. Born: Raymond Percy Galton 17 July (age 89) Paddington Radio, television, film: Alan Simpson. Born: Alan Francis Simpson 27 November Brixton, London, England: Died: 8 February (aged 87) Occupation: Screenwriter, television writer.
  8. Aug 16,  · Ray Galton and Alan Simpson look back in laughter Sitcom giants Galton and Simpson - who met 60 years ago this month - tell rubbish that there is not enough rubbish on TV.

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