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Roger McGough

Roger McGough was born on November 9, 1937 in Liverpool, England as Roger Joseph McGough. He is an actor and writer, known for But Seriously, It's Sheila Hancock (1972), Plays for Britain (1976) and At Lunchtime: A Story of Love (2011). See full bio »

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 1995 Words from Jerusalem (TV Series)
 1993 The World of Eric Carle (TV Series short)
- The Very Hungry Caterpillar (1993) ... Narrator (voice, as Roger Mc Gough)
 1978 The Rutles - All You Need Is Cash (TV Movie)
Roger McGough - Liverpool Poet
 1972 Plod (Short)
 1967 Sat'day While Sunday (TV Series)
- Two Smilin' Faces: Part 2 (1967) ... Narrator (voice)
- Two Smilin' Faces: Part 1 (1967) ... Narrator (voice)
- Seminar on Communications: Part 2 (1967) ... Narrator (voice)
- Seminar on Communications: Part 1 (1967) ... Narrator (voice)
- I Love Me, Who Do You Love?: Part 2 (1967) ... Narrator (voice)
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Show Show Self (39 credits)
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Roger Mc Gough | Grimms | The Scaffold

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Since he had grown up in Liverpool and attended school with John Lennon, McGough was brought in to do some uncredited script doctoring on Yellow Submarine (1968), to make the dialogue more 'scouse' (Liverpudlian), after complaints that most of it was too 'American' because most of the writers up to that point were in fact from the U.S. and Canada. See more »

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