The Dickie Henderson Show Episode #1.5 (1960–1968) online
The Dickie Henderson Show (1960–1968). 30min Comedy Episode aired 12 December 1960. Season 1 Episode 5. Previous. On IMDb Freedive, you can catch Hollywood hits and popular TV series at no cost. Select any poster below to play the movie, totally free!
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The Dickie Henderson Show was a comedy series which featured Dickie Henderson as himself with a fictional wife and child as and different celebrity friends.
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Your TV show guide to Countdown The Dickie Henderson Show (1968) Air Dates . The Dickie Henderson Show was a comedy series which featured Dickie Henderson as himself with a fictional wife and child as and different celebrity friends. Status: Canceled/Ended End: Apr/1971.
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Henderson made his TV debut in 1953 on the BBC’s Face the Music before appearing on Arthur Askey’s show Before Your Very Eyes. In 1955 he played the lead in Teahouse of the August Moon in the heart of London’s West End (which ran for twelve months) and followed that with a three-month cabaret stint in America, appearing on The Ed Sullivan Show in March 1956. That same year Henderson made his first appearance at a Royal Variety Performance and became one of the regular comperes of Val Parnell’s Sunday Night at the London Palladium. The series was revived briefly in 1970 as A Present For Dickie for which June Laverick came out of retirement to appear in the last episode. Dickie Henderson died on 22 September 1985, just short of his 63rd birthday.
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