As Time Goes By
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Are You Being Served?
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Last of the Summer Wine
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Are You Being Served?
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Are there any new episodes of this hilarious comedy? The ending with Harvey and Jane getting married was great, but I wondered if any more of this series was done?
No further programs were made after that episode. The last series was produced in 1994.
What happened to Compo? On the show they suddenly had a funeral episode. Did the actor playing the part die?
Bill Owen (Compo) died of cancer three years ago at age 85 . He had been with the series for over 25 years from the beginning. The character Compo was written out of the series, and the writers devoted three episodes to his death and funeral. Bill Owen's son Tom then joined the series as Compo's long-lost son. At his request, Bill Owen was buried in the Yorkshire village where the series is filmed.
How many of the cast are still living and what are their ages?
Arthur Brough/Mr. Grainger (1978), James Hayter/Mr. Tebbs (1983), Alfie Bass/Mr. Goldberg (1987), Arthur English/Mr. Harman (1995), Larry Martyn/Mr. Mash (1994), Harold Bennett/Young Mr. Grace (1981), Milo Sperber/Mr. Grossman (1992), Benny Lee (1995), Kenneth Waller/Old Mr. Grace (2000), Debbie Linden/Secretary to Both Young and Old Mr. Grace (1997), John Inman (2007).