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Smiler (Character)
from "Last of the Summer Wine" (1973)

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At various times, Smiler has had the misfortune to... See more »

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  1. "Last of the Summer Wine"
        - Sinclair and the Wormley Witches (2007) TV episode, Played by Stephen Lewis
        - In Which Howard Remembers Where He Left His Bicycle Pump (2007) TV episode, Played by Stephen Lewis
        - Must Be Good Dancer (2007) TV episode, Played by Stephen Lewis
        - The Crowcroft Challenge (2007) TV episode, Played by Stephen Lewis
        - Elegy for Small Creature and Clandestine Trackbike (2007) TV episode, Played by Stephen Lewis
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Quotes:
From "Last of the Summer Wine: In Search of Childlike Joy and the Farthest Reaches of the Lotus Position (#23.6)" (2002)
[first lines]
Tom: Heh-hee-hee. That's what I call a trolley.
Wesley: Probably the finest trolley in captivity.
Smiler: Huh. That's because you made it.
Wesley: That's because I'm encouraging you to like it. Because I've decided that you ought to road-test it.
Smiler: Eh? If everybody's in love with this trolley, how comes I'm the one who's got to ride it?
Wesley: You've got the legs for it. I noticed instantly.
Tom: Come on, Smiler. It'll put some sparkle back into your life.
Smiler: What makes you think I haven't got sparkle?
Wesley: A wild guess.
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