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Ronnie Barker: A BAFTA Tribute (2004)

A BAFTA tribute to arguably Britain's most popular television comedy actor.

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John L. Spencer
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Ronnie Corbett ... Himself - Host
Ronnie Barker ... Himself
Lynda Baron Lynda Baron ... Herself
Richard Briers ... Himself
Rob Brydon ... Himself
John Cleese ... Himself
Dick Clement Dick Clement ... Himself
Bill Cotton Bill Cotton ... Himself
Ben Elton Ben Elton ... Himself
Ian La Frenais Ian La Frenais ... Himself
Peter Hall ... Himself
David Jason ... Himself
Peter Kay ... Himself
Warren Mitchell ... Himself
Michael Palin ... Himself
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A BAFTA tribute to arguably Britain's most popular television comedy actor.

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7 February 2004 (UK) See more »

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Affectionate tribute to a comedy great
19 December 2004 | by matthew-58See all my reviews

Presented by his old friend and Two Ronnies co-star Ronnie Corbett, this was a great tribute to a man who was Britain's favourite television comedy actor throughout the 1970s and 1980s. Many other comedy greats, including John Cleese, Michael Palin, David Jason, Ben Elton and Patricia Routledge pay tribute to him, along with modern comics such as Peter Kay, Rob Brydon and Johnny Vegas. Although this programme features clips from his many comedy incarnations, the true revelation of this show for the viewer was the true extent of the popularity of Barker as a person and the number of his colleagues over the years who have a genuine affection for him. David Jason, in particular, is clearly emotional during much of the proceedings. Barker appears in person towards the end and gives a short and modest speech of thanks.


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