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Uncle Albert Trotter (Character)
from "Only Fools and Horses...." (1981)

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Biography:
Albert Gladstone Trotter. Brother of Edward Trotter... See more »

Filmography

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  1. "Only Fools and Horses...."
        - Time on Our Hands (1996) TV episode, Played by Buster Merryfield
        - Modern Men (1996) TV episode, Played by Buster Merryfield
        - Heroes and Villains (1996) TV episode, Played by Buster Merryfield
        - Fatal Extraction (1993) TV episode, Played by Buster Merryfield
        - Mother Nature's Son (1992) TV episode, Played by Buster Merryfield
          (32 more)
Archive Footage:
  1. 50 Greatest Comedy Catchphrases (2008) (TV) Played by Buster Merryfield
  2. The Comedy Christmas (2007) (TV) Played by Buster Merryfield
  3. "Comedy Connections"
        - It Ain't Half Hot, Mum (2007) TV episode, Played by Buster Merryfield
  4. "The Best of the Royal Variety"
        - The Comedians (2006) TV episode, Played by Buster Merryfield

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Quotes:
From "Only Fools and Horses....: He Ain't Heavy, He's My Uncle (#7.5)" (1991)
Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter: Running away from home at your age?
Uncle Albert Trotter: Lot of things been going through my mind lately, Del. I didn't know if I was coming or going. I feel I let the family down... I let you two down.
Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter: No, don't be so bloody daft.
Rodney Trotter: You didn't let anybody down.
Uncle Albert Trotter: I needed to be alone for a while.
Rodney Trotter: But where were you gonna go?
Uncle Albert Trotter: I hadn't given it much thought, Rodney. I didn't realise things had changed so much, I... when I first left home, I was about 15, I just come down here and got a job on a tram steamer. Life seemed easier then.
Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter: Well, things ain't all that much different now, Albert. You can always come home. To your family.
Uncle Albert Trotter: Thanks son.
Rodney Trotter: Come on then, let's go.
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