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Beat the Clock tv game show with Tommy Trinder.

13th November 1943: British Cockney music hall comedian Tommy Trinder. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1577 - Jazz Jamboree In Full Swing - pub. 1943 (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Getty Images)

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Frances Day, Tommy Trinder and Sonnie Hale in the British comedy "Fiddlers Three" (1944).

9th October 1944: English comedian and actor, Tommy Trinder (Thomas Edward Trinder, 1909 -1989) in a scene from 'Happy and Glorious' a George Black stage production at the London Palladium. (Photo by Tunbridge/Tunbridge-Sedgwick Pictorial Press/Getty Images)

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Tommy Trinder Comedian Thomas Edward Trinder CBE known as Tommy Trinder, was an English stage, screen and radio comedian of the pre and post war years whose catchphrase was 'You lucky people'

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Sailors Three (1940)

Sailors Three (1940) Michael Wilding-Tommy Trinder-Claude Hulbert Wacky British WWII comedy about three sailors who take over a German battleship. Posted on January 26, 2012 by vintage45 Michael Wilding-Tommy Trinder-Claude Hulbert Wacky British WWII comedy about three sailors who take over a German battleship.

29th May 1942: English comedian Tommy Trinder ( 1909 - 1989) holding a Stepney mother's baby during a tour to obtain 500 war Savings street groups in London's East End. (Photo by Fred Morley/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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21st April 1943: Uniformed comedian Tommy Trinder (1909 - 1989) giving his autograph at a Home Guard celebration. (Photo by M. McNeill/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Wartime Entertainers: Comedian Tommy Trinder pictured with actress Jean Colin during a scene from 'Communal Kitchen', a Ministry of Information film release. In addition to its public information and propaganda films, the Ministry also produced humorous films designed to boost morale.

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