Appeared in "Husbands Don't Count" in London's West End.
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[in 1984, speaking about Carry on Sergeant
(1958) and his salary on the Carry On films] We worked for bread money. Nobody would take them, I was in the first one, Carry on Sergeant
(1958), it was an idea of Peter Rogers
, who is quite a clever fella. He didn't write it, but he had the idea. So he hawked it around and nobody would take it. He eventually went to two gentlemen at Anglo Amalgamated, ...
His name had, in fact been borrowed from the celebrated Edwardian actor-manager Sir Charles Hawtrey
, who died in 1923, a couple of years before the young Hawtrey (nee Hartree) began his career as a boy soprano.
Wire frame "National Health" glasses