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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:
Truly / Truly of the Yard


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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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  1. 30 Years of 'Last of the Summer Wine' (2003) (TV) Played by Frank Thornton (as Truly)

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From "Last of the Summer Wine: All of a Florrie (#24.11)" (2003)
[first lines]
Clegg: You're looking very thoughtful, Truly. You look like a man who's thinking about life and death and what it's all about.
Truly: Well, actually, I was thinking about how much I used to like a kipper for my breakfast. But they tend to repeat.
Clegg: There you are, you see. Ha-ha. Why do kippers repeat? It's one of your fundamental philosophical problems.
Truly: What did Bertrand Russell say about it?
Clegg: Well, he mixed with the left, as you know, so naturally he blamed the Americans.
Truly: Did you ever have kipper for breakfast?
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