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Product images of Eric Skyes, Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Product details Eric Skyes, Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Eric Skyes, Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
It was a day for the christening of 7 month old Kathleen Donohue at Shepperton Parish Church. Harry Corbett was the godfather and Julie Foster his co-star in the film 'The Bargee' was the godmother. Eric Sykes was there too as a friend of the family. When it came to handling the baby it was something of a showdown for Harry, who was a little out of his depth. The father is Steve Donohue the film stunt man and stand-in for Harry Corbett in the film, He also has been a stand-in for a number of stars, while in the meantime performing hair raising action shots for other films. Here they are at Steve's home in Bravington Close, Shepperton on Thames. 10th November 1963.
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