George Formby

George Formby

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  • Birthday: May 26, 1904
  • Birthplace: Lancashire, England, UK
  • From the late 1930s through the early 1940s, George Formby was Britain's most popular movie comic. With his enormous grin and his ever-present ukulele, he kept audiences chuckling with such low-brow slapstick films as Keep Your Seats Please (1936) and Keep Fit (1937). Formby also worked on the screenplays of some of his earlier films and in the early '40s occasionally produced films. For the 1940 film It's in the Air, Formby also wrote song lyrics. Formby started performing in childhood in the north of England. This led to his working on radio, where he gained a national audience.

Filmography

Movies

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No Score Yet To See Such Fun Actor 1977
No Score Yet George in Civvy Street George Harper 1946
No Score Yet Bell-Bottom George George 1944
No Score Yet South American George Gilli Vanetti George Butters 1941
No Score Yet Turned Out Nice Again George Pearson 1941
No Score Yet It's in the Air George Brown 1940
No Score Yet Spare a Copper George Carter 1940
No Score Yet Let George Do It! (To Hell with Hitler) George Hepplewhite 1940
No Score Yet Come on George George 1939
No Score Yet Trouble Brewing George Gullip 1939
No Score Yet I See Ice George Bright 1938
No Score Yet Keep Your Seats, Please Actor 1936
No Score Yet No Limit George Shuttleworth 1935

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