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mashed in maryland 10:49 Sun Aug 5
Barry Chuckle - dead
Oh dear. Oh dear oh dear.

This is relevant to West Ham cos I've seen people on here refer to G&S as the chuckle brothers.

RIP

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eusebiovic 4:38 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Four Chuckle Brothers faffing about with Ted Rodgers on 3-2-1...It's a bit grim

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuVA0ikEWKc

Alfs 2:58 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Sven Roeder 10:54 Mon Aug 6

I've just checked and it was the Pingu video game SHE narrated, not the tv show.

mashed in maryland 2:25 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Tomshardware 11:22 Mon Aug 6

^^^

medwayhammer1 11:55 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
JOHNNY V 8:29 Sun Aug 5
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Barry to Paul in their beds in the middle of the night:

What time is it?

Dunno. Pass me that trombone & Ill find out.

*blows trombone loudly*

Someone shouts: WHOS THAT PLAYING THE TROMBONE AT 2AM?

Cant say I have really taken much notice of em...but that did genuinley make me "Chuckle"

Anyway RIP Barry

Tomshardware 11:22 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Some people on here analysing the Chuckle brother comedic value?

They made kids laugh for a very long time. You'd have to be rather sad and pathetic to have a pop at them. As harmless and old fashioned as they come.

Thames Ironworks 11:18 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
One of the last remaining Holiday Camp acts that are slowly disappearing from our screens.
Kids love the slapstick humour and stooge type of act, not many of these left now.

Never saw their adult act but apparently they were pretty good and could mix it with some of the best.

Sven Roeder 10:54 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Pingu was voiced by three blokes called Carlo, David & Marcello.
Which was the one who was your sexual partner , Alfs?

Dr Moose 10:48 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
I will have a tear in my eye the next time I'm moving furniture with someone as I say "to me, to you".

RIP Barry.

Moncurs Putting Iron 9:58 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
I am overcome with a vast wave of indifference.

My shoulders are shrugging uncontrollably.

jfk 4:32 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Funny fucker norm.brave bloke too,used to do all the stunt work.

normannomates 4:15 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
i used to enjoy Harold Lloyd

BBC 2..most midweek early evenings.

jfk 4:03 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Hairy,
Laurel and Hardy were comical genius's.that have stood the test of time.The likes of whome wont happen again.

HairyHammer 3:56 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Iron Duke

Whether you think they were funny or not is neither here nor there, kids found them very funny and watched in great anticipation, getting a 21 years contract on the BBC means they did the trick it cannot be that difficult to equate.

HairyHammer 3:49 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
I am not comparing them with Laurel & Hardy that is ridiculous, I am saying that 90% of Laurel & Hardy was childish but ultimately created for adults that is all.

jfk 3:42 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
J.Riddle 12:43 Mon Aug 6
Haha.
Nice one.

normannomates 3:06 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
how long until this geezer is accused of historical crimes to whatever takes their fancy

mastermind of the quality st gang?

overlord of the masons?

nutted Bill at the buffet bar on the 6.50 back to euston in 1978?

mashed in maryland 12:44 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Alfs 12:41 Mon Aug 6

Pingu didn't have a narrator, did it?

mashed in maryland 12:43 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Evidently, probably millions of kids laughed at it. And a few adults I'd imagine. It ran for about 20 years with various spin-offs. Harmless slapstick fun.

Never seen Peppa Pig or Spongebob. Wrong generation. I'm sure kids these days probably love them though.

J.Riddle 12:43 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
To compare Laurel & Hardy with the Chuckle bros is like comparing Payet with Matt Jarvis.

Alfs 12:41 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
Mike Oxsaw 8:46 Sun Aug 5

Yes, the one and the same.

Humour is objective but the fact that they were commissioned for 21 series is proof that more found them funny than didn't. It was slapstick humour, which has never been particularly sophisticated.

As for Pingu, I once shagged its narrator and years later would feel a little uncomfortable when my kids watched it.

Iron Duke 12:34 Mon Aug 6
Re: Barry Chuckle - dead
What is all this? Comparing them to Laurel and Hardy, Norman Wisdom and Tommy Cooper? Be-fucking-have.

They were/are shit, even for kids. I’m not even convinced that anyone actually finds them funny. Spongebob Squarepants is funny. Peppa Pig has its moments. But these lot? Come on, who actually laughs at this?

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