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Bertie Wooster (Character)
from "Jeeves and Wooster" (1990)

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  1. By Jeeves (2001) (TV) Played by John Scherer

  2. "Jeeves and Wooster"
        - The Ex's Are Nearly Married Off (or, the Ties That Bind) (1993) TV episode, Played by Hugh Laurie
        - Totleigh Towers (or, Trouble at Totleigh Towers) (1993) TV episode, Played by Hugh Laurie
        - Arrested in a Night Club (or, the Delayed Arrival) (1993) TV episode, Played by Hugh Laurie
        - Honoria Glossop Turns Up (or, Bridegroom Wanted!) (1993) TV episode, Played by Hugh Laurie
        - Lady Florence Craye Arrives in New York (or, the Once and Future Ex) (1993) TV episode, Played by Hugh Laurie
          (18 more)

  3. Thank You, P.G. Wodehouse (1981) (TV) Played by Jonathan Cecil

  4. "The World of Wooster"
        - Jeeves and the Fixing of Freddie (1967) TV episode, Played by Ian Carmichael
        - Jeeves and the Love That Purifies (1967) TV episode, Played by Ian Carmichael
        - Jeeves and the Hard-Boiled Egg (1967) TV episode, Played by Ian Carmichael
        - Jeeves and the Impending Doom (1967) TV episode, Played by Ian Carmichael
        - Jeeves and the Old School Chum (1967) TV episode, Played by Ian Carmichael
          (15 more)

  5. Thank You, Jeeves! (1936) Played by David Niven
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  1. Wogan on Wodehouse (2011) (TV) Played by Ian Carmichael / Hugh Laurie

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Quotes:
From "Jeeves and Wooster: The Con (or, Pearls Mean Tears) (#2.3)" (1991)
Lady Glossop: One of my most treasured memories is of Irving playing Hamlet at the Lyceum.
Bertie: Really? Who won?
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