When was the 1st Only Fools and Horses?
The first ever episode of Only Fools and Horses, ‘Big Brother’, aired on the 8 September 1981. The series was written by John Sullivan, who had already seen success with Citizen Smith.
Who sang hooky street?
Only Fools and Horses
|Only Fools and Horses….|
|Starring||David Jason Nicholas Lyndhurst Lennard Pearce Buster Merryfield|
|Theme music composer||Ronnie Hazlehurst (1981) John Sullivan (1982–2003)|
|Opening theme||“Only Fools and Horses Theme”|
|Ending theme||“Hooky Street”|
In what order do you watch Only Fools and Horses?
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Who was first choice for Del Boy?
First choice to play Del Boy was the actor Enn Reitel, but he was tied up with other work. Next to be approached was future Oscar-winner Jim Broadbent, who also turned down the role. With ‘Horses’ ready to roll and no Del in sight, it was all getting a little worrying.
Who has died out of Only Fools and Horses?
Ted Trotter aka Grandad was one of the original characters and starred in the first three series of Only Fools an Horses. At the age of just 69 wonderful actor Lennard Pearce died unexpectedly following a heart attack in 1984.
What is the best episode of Only Fools and Horses?
The BEST Episodes of Only Fools and Horses
- #1 – Who’s a Pretty Boy? Season 3 – Episode 7 – Aired Dec 22, 1983. …
- #2 – The Class of ’62. Season 7 – Episode 4 – Aired Jan 20, 1991. …
- #3 – Tea for Three. …
- #4 – A Touch of Glass. …
- #5 – Sleeping Dogs Lie. …
- #6 – Hole in One. …
- #7 – Yuppy Love. …
- #8 – Danger UXD.
Who sang the Friends theme tune?
Did John Sullivan ever appear in Only Fools and Horses?
Sullivan wrote (and in two cases sang) the theme tunes for Only Fools and Horses, Just Good Friends, Dear John and The Green Green Grass.
|The Two Ronnies||13 episodes (sketch contributor, 1977–1982)||BBC One|
|Only Fools and Horses||64 episodes (1981–2003)||BBC One|
Why is trigger called trigger?
Trigger went to school with Del, Boycie, Denzel Tulser, Roy Slater and Jumbo Mills. Due to his haircut he later gained the nickname “Trigger” as his haircut made him look like a horse.
What is the last episode of Only Fools and Horses?
Time on Our Hands
What was the last ever episode of Only Fools and Horses called?
“Sleepless in Peckham…!” is the final episode of BBC sitcom Only Fools and Horses. It was first screened on 25 December 2003 as the third and final part of the early 2000s Christmas trilogy, and as the eighteenth and final Christmas special.
Is Only Fools and Horses coming back?
The acting legend recently spoke to Digital Spy after ruling out a return to the series alongside Nicholas Lyndhurst in his new autobiography, A Del of a Life, following the death of Only Fools creator and write John Sullivan in 2011. “The answer there is no,” he said.
Who is Jasons wife?
Gill Hinchcliffem. 2005
What did Del Boy’s mum died of?
Joan Mavis Trotter (Nee Hollins) was an unseen character in Only Fools And Horses, having died in 1964, 17 years before the series began. She died of an alcohol related illness due to both her sham marriage to Reg Trotter and being hit hard by the death of her secret lover Freddie “The Frog” Robdal.
Why do only fools and horses work?
: Yes, the saying is simply “Only Fools and Horses Work”, an old cockney saying implying that if you’re smart you’ll find a way of making a living without resorting to hard graft. Only simpletons and dumb beasts would actually WORK for a living.