A tribute to one of Britain's best-loved entertainers.
Many of us are too young to remember Harry Secombe in his prime. The younger generation remember him as the elderly man who presented religious programmes. To watch this programme is to be reminded what an effervescent and treasured talent he was in the 1950s and 1960s. He is remembered fondly by his celebrity friends (a talented bunch themselves) and the archive clips include images of the young Secombe, recordings from the groundbreaking radio comedy "The Goon Show" which brought him fame and a selection of his film and variety appearances.
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