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Uploaded on Mar 18, 2011
I Should Say So: The Story of Robb Wilton is a documentary written and presented by James Cotter about the comedian Robb Wilton who's comic monologues in the 1930's and 40's inspired a whole generation of predecessors including Ken Dodd, Les Dawson and Arthur Lowe. During this documentary we will see a selection of Robb's finest sketches from the golden age of radio and the birth of television all introduced by James Cotter.
The documentary was filmed at The Phoenix Centre in Exeter during February 2011.
THANKS TO Jimmy Perry David Croft Arthur Lowe British Pathe
DEDICATED TO Robb Wilton (1881 - 1957)
Additional Note: Unfortunately although there are some clips of the Firemen sketch in the opening titles the video clip itself was in to bad of a condition to include in the documentary itself and only the audio remains.
Disclaimer - The following video is non-profitable and amateurly produced. The show is not endorsed by Robb Wilton's estate and has been made as a tribute to the legendary comedian.