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His name had, in fact been borrowed from the celebrated Edwardian actor-manager Sir Charles Hawtrey, who died in 1923, a couple of years before the young Hawtrey (nee Hartree) began his career as a boy soprano.
[in 1984, speaking about Carry On Sergeant (1958) and his salary on the Carry On films] We worked for bread money. Nobody would take them, I was in the first one, Carry On Sergeant (1958), it was an idea of Peter Rogers, who is quite a clever fella....
Wire frame "National Health" glasses
George Frederick Joffe Hartree
Hounslow, Middlesex, England, UK
Walmer, Kent, England, UK
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