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Herbert 'Truly' Truelove (Character)
from "Last of the Summer Wine" (1973)

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Herbert Truelove, aka Truly of the Yard, has returned to his former Yorkshire roots... See more »
Alternate Names:
Herbert ' Truly' Truelove / Truly


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  1. "Last of the Summer Wine"
        - How Not to Cry at Weddings (2010) TV episode, Played by Frank Thornton (as Truly)
        - Look Whose Wheel's Come Off (2010) TV episode, Played by Frank Thornton (as Truly)
        - Howard and the Great Outdoors (2010) TV episode, Played by Frank Thornton (as Truly)
        - The Rights of Man (Except for Howard) (2010) TV episode, Played by Frank Thornton (as Truly)
        - Happy Camping (2010) TV episode, Played by Frank Thornton (as Truly)
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From "Last of the Summer Wine: How to Remove a Cousin (#27.2)" (2006)
[first lines]
Billy: Hey, do you think Alexander the Great used to have a pack lunch?
Clegg: Oh, you can't go conquering without a pack lunch. They couldn't drop in to a Jumbo Burger.
Truly: History never gets down to these revealing details, like, uh... did the man have a painful corn, so he had to wear sandals?
Alvin: He'd have a corn specialist amongst his retinue, and an ear, nose and throat guy.
Billy: He died young, though, didn't he?
Truly: Well, maybe his corn went septic.
Clegg: Well, I expect if they were riding all day they probably got their corns somewhere else.
Billy: Stands to reason he'd have a pack lunch. I'll bet his mother said, "You can't go conquering the known world on an empty stomach."
Truly: Aye. "Keep off those oily foreign foods," she said. "Eat your greens."
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