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Wesley Pegden (Character)
from "Last of the Summer Wine" (1973)

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Only really happy in his shed with an engine in pieces... See more »
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  1. "Last of the Summer Wine"
        - It All Began with an Old Volvo Headlamp (2002) TV episode, Played by Gordon Wharmby (as Wesley)
        - Sadly, Madly, Bradley (2002) TV episode, Played by Gordon Wharmby (as Wesley)
        - Exercising Father's Bicycle (2002) TV episode, Played by Gordon Wharmby (as Wesley)
        - A Chaise Longue Too Far (2002) TV episode, Played by Gordon Wharmby (as Wesley)
        - In Search of Childlike Joy and the Farthest Reaches of the Lotus Position (2002) TV episode, Played by Gordon Wharmby (as Wesley)
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From "Last of the Summer Wine: Sadly, Madly, Bradley (#23.9)" (2002)
Wesley: I'm not buying. Our Edie does all that.
Auntie: I'm not selling; calm yourself, man. Can't stand grown men going to pieces.
Wesley: Not selling! Is this some kind of trick?
Auntie: I want to hire you for a few hours, you and your Land Rover. I'm negotiating with this farmer. Ooh, terrible, mean, hard old person.
Wesley: Well, that'll be duel worth seeing.
Auntie: All right, if it's going to be classed as entertainment, you'll not be wanting a fee.
Wesley: Just pay me for the diesel.
Auntie: Terrible dear stuff, that diesel.
Wesley: Forget it!
Auntie: All right. I know when I'm beaten.
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