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Sir Arthur Sullivan (Character)
from Gilbert and Sullivan (1953)

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Alternate Names:
Arthur Sullivan / Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan


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  1. Mike Leigh in Conversation (2008) (V) Played by Allan Corduner

  2. Topsy-Turvy (1999) Played by Allan Corduner (as Arthur Sullivan)

  3. The Best of Gilbert and Sullivan (1983) (V) Played by John Rapley (as Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan)

  4. "Gilbert and Sullivan: The Immortal Jesters"
        - Shadows and Sunshine (1961) TV episode, Played by Lyndon Brook (as Arthur Sullivan)
        - The Golden Years (1961) TV episode, Played by Lyndon Brook (as Arthur Sullivan)
        - Overture (1961) TV episode, Played by Lyndon Brook (as Arthur Sullivan)

  5. Gilbert and Sullivan (1953) Played by Maurice Evans (as Arthur Sullivan)
    ... aka "The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan" - UK (original title)
    ... aka "The Great Gilbert and Sullivan" - USA
  6. The Return of Gilbert & Sullivan (1952) Played by Tudor Owen (as Arthur Sullivan)
  7. The Magic Box (1951) Played by Muir Mathieson

  8. Lillian Russell (1940) Played by Claud Allister (as Arthur Sullivan)

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From Topsy-Turvy (1999)
[Frederick Bovill who has the part of Pish-Tush has just sung his part in the trio in a dotted rhythm, when it is in 12 8]
Sullivan: Yes, but you see, I have gone to considerable trouble, Mr Bovill, to provide you with triplets. So, if you would care, to triple?
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