Boycie laugh

Only Fools And Horses. Image shows from L to R: Uncle Albert (Buster Merryfield), Del (David Jason), Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst). Copyright: BBC.

Only Fools And Horses

Sitcom about two market traders, Del Boy and his brother Rodney

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peter gazzard

  • Tuesday 10th August 2010, 8:21pm
  • England
  • 839 posts

Always preferred Uncle Albert's 'like someone trying to jumpstart a Lada' as Del so eloquently put it :D

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SivoxII

  • Thursday 19th August 2010, 9:51am
  • The Okanagan Valley, BC, Canada
  • 253 posts

.. this clip is FAAAAAAAAAAAAAAR better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOPu7C91zBc&NR=1

Good idea for a topic though, some of British Telly's best laughs?

... Sid James (or Abbott) would be way up that list!! (Hyah, yah, Yah!)

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Stephen Ryder

  • Monday 21st November 2011, 2:59pm
  • Kent, England
  • 231 posts

Has to be Sid's for sure.

There was much talk as to whether he laughed like that in real life....would I be right in thinking it was?

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Oldrocker

  • Tuesday 22nd November 2011, 12:55am
  • Near my beloved Black Country in Wolverhampton, England
  • 13,416 posts
Quote: Stephen Ryder @ November 21 2011, 2:59 PM GMT

Has to be Sid's for sure.

There was much talk as to whether he laughed like that in real life....would I be right in thinking it was?


I can't quote chapter and verse but I'm sure I've seen/heard him interviewed when he did indeed laugh like that.

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Stephen Goodlad

  • Tuesday 22nd November 2011, 9:40am
  • Mirfield, England
  • 3,712 posts

Then there was Sybil's laugh - Which Basil described as sounding like someone machine gunning a seal.

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Stephen Ryder

  • Tuesday 22nd November 2011, 10:10am
  • Kent, England
  • 231 posts
Quote: Stephen Goodlad @ November 22 2011, 9:40 AM GMT

Then there was Sybil's laugh - Which Basil described as sounding like someone machine gunning a seal.


Which if I remember rightly from Cleese's commentary of Fawlty Towers pointed out that Connie had a very similar laugh.