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Harry Relph (1867–1928)

Harry Relph born in Kent in 1867. He was better known as 'Little Tich' a highly well-known comedian, dancer and singer, making his stage debut in 1880, starred on the London Music Hall theatre's and Pantomime theatre's from 1884. A wonderful chirpy Englishman who stood only 4 feet 6 inches tall, known as the big boot dancer, because of the length ... See full bio »



(age 61)

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 1900 Little Tich and His Funny Feet (Short) (as Little Tich)
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 1905 Paris to Monte Carlo (Short)
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 2012 100 Years of the Royal Variety Performance (TV Movie documentary)
Himself (as Little Tich)
 2011 The Story of the Music Hall with Michael Grade (TV Movie documentary)
Little Tich
 2006 The Story of Light Entertainment (TV Mini-Series documentary)
Little Tich
- The Comics (2006) ... Little Tich
 2003 Heroes of Comedy (TV Series documentary)
- Max Wall (2003) ... Himself (as Little Tich)
 1997 American Masters (TV Series documentary)
- Vaudeville (1997) ... Himself (as Little Tich)
 1996 Chaplin's Goliath (Documentary)
Himself (as Little Titch)
 1986 Chasing Rainbows - A Nation and Its Music (TV Series documentary)
- Running Riot: Music and Humour (1986) ... Himself (as Little Tich)
 1984 A Century of Stars: The Story of the Grand Order of Water Rats (TV Movie documentary) (as Little Tich)
 1977 All You Need Is Love (TV Series documentary)
- Rude Songs: Vaudeville & Music Hall (1977) ... Himself (as Little Tich)

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Alternate Names:

Little Tich | Little Titch

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British Vaudeville comedian.

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