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Terry Thomas Overview:

Character actor, Terry-Thomas, was born Thomas Terry Hoar Stevens on Jul 14, 1911 in London, England. Thomas died at the age of 78 on Jan 8, 1990 in Godalming, England .

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Terry Thomas Quotes:

Charles Firbank: This is Mr. Ford's shower - thermostatically controlled at Mr. Ford's body temperature: ninety-eight point *seven*!


Raymond Delauney: [translating the French menu in the Camelia Room restaurant for Palfrey] The brains of the calf, the liver of the chicken, the legs of the frog... the hoof of the mountain goat in jelly. Tomatoes...


Major Hitchcock: We've got chaps here who could break out in a muck sweat merely by standing still.


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Terry-Thomas Facts
The gap in his upper teeth is so famous that in British medicine there is a Terry-Thomas sign - the gap between the scaphoid and lunate bones (scapho-lunate disassociation) on x-rays. These two bones are in the human wrist.

Although mentioned in some German Edgar Wallace books, Terry-Thomas did not appear in The Trygon Factor (1966) as "Thompson", neither in the original English nor in the German version of the film. The role was played by Allan Cuthbertson.

In 1965 he brought a successful court action against "Private Eye" magazine after a cartoon image in the August 23 edition depicted him as a "drunken dissolute character standing under a stage door" (The Times, February 9, 1965).

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