Sixties | Hot Enough For June (aka Agent 8 3/4), starring Dirk Bogard, Sylva Koscina, Robert Morley, Leo McKern, Noel Harrison, John Le Mesurier, Derek Nimmo and Derek Fowlds, 1964

Sixties | Hot Enough For June (aka Agent 8 3/4), starring Dirk Bogard, Sylva Koscina, Robert Morley, Leo McKern, Noel Harrison, John Le Mesurier, Derek Nimmo and Derek Fowlds, 1964

John Le Mesurier played as Barrymore in the Hound of Baskervilles during the year of 1959!!!

John Le Mesurier played as Barrymore in the Hound of Baskervilles during the year of 1959!!!

Bod: Words and Music [Narrated by John le Mesurier] [CD]

Bod: Words and Music [Narrated by John le Mesurier] [CD]

John Le Mesurier,Words

British comedy actor John Le Mesurier, best known for his role as Sergeant Wilson in Dad’s Army, died on 15 November, 1983, aged 71. Mr Le Mesurier delighted audiences with his hangdog expression and drooping eyes which made him instantly recognisable to generations of fans. The actor was born on 5 April, 1912 in Bedford to Charles Halliley, a solicitor, and Amy Le Mesurier. His mother was a descendent of an ancient family from Alderney in the Channel Isles. Soon after he was born the family…

British comedy actor John Le Mesurier, best known for his role as Sergeant Wilson in Dad’s Army, died on 15 November, 1983, aged 71. Mr Le Mesurier delighted audiences with his hangdog expression and drooping eyes which made him instantly recognisable to generations of fans. The actor was born on 5 April, 1912 in Bedford to Charles Halliley, a solicitor, and Amy Le Mesurier. His mother was a descendent of an ancient family from Alderney in the Channel Isles. Soon after he was born the family…

It's all been rather lovely. Who: John Le Mesurier, before slipping into a final coma.

It's all been rather lovely. Who: John Le Mesurier, before slipping into a final coma.

John Le Mesurier (John Elton le Mesurier Halliley) (April 5, 1912 - November 15, 1983) British actor (o.a. Dad's Army).

John Le Mesurier (John Elton le Mesurier Halliley) (April 5, 1912 - November 15, 1983) British actor (o.a. Dad's Army).

John Le Mesurier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

John Le Mesurier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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