Remembering John Gregson (2019)

John Gregson's widow, son and daughters reminisce about John's film and TV career, with excerpts from the films and TV programmes that he appeared in. Shown on the 100th anniversary of his birth.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
John Gregson ... Himself (archive footage)
Mary Thompson Mary Thompson ... Herself - Daughter of John and Thea Gregson
Cathy Barclay-White Cathy Barclay-White ... Herself - Daughter of John and Thea Gregson
Sally Gregson Sally Gregson ... Herself - Daughter of John and Thea Gregson
John Gregson John Gregson ... Himself - Son of John and Thea Gregson
Thea Gregory Thea Gregory ... Herself - Wife of John Gregson (as Thea Gregson)
Veronica Hurst Veronica Hurst ... Herself - Co-Star in 'Angels One Five'
Eamonn Andrews Eamonn Andrews ... Himself - This is Your Life Compere (voice) (archive footage)
Dinah Sheridan ... Herself - This is Your Life Guest (voice) (archive footage)
Graham Osborne Graham Osborne ... Himself - Family Friend
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John Gregson's widow, son and daughters reminisce about John's film and TV career, with excerpts from the films and TV programmes that he appeared in. Shown on the 100th anniversary of his birth.

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 March 2019 (UK) See more »

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Talking Pictures TV See more »
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Shown on the 100th anniversary of his birth. See more »

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[after John's death, Thea did not want a memorial service, but knew that it was expected of her. At the end of the service, she stayed behind in the church, hoping to slip away without having to speak to anyone]
Thea Gregson: I waited, because I didn't want to talk about Johnny at all. I started tiptoeing out, and there at the back was
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Thea Gregson: , and he knew why I'd waited. He was a great friend of ours, so I went up to him and said "I can't talk". And he said "There is no need".
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