|Only Fools and Horses….|
|Running time||Regular episodes Series 1–5: 30 minutes Series 6–7: 50 minutes Christmas specials 35–95 minutes|
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What finally made the Trotters millionaires?
In this episode the Trotter brothers Del Boy and Rodney finally become millionaires after finding a rare pocket watch. They discover that the watch in their lock-up garage is in fact a John Harrison marine chronometer – the ‘Harrison Lesser Watch’ – which then goes on to sell at a Sotheby’s auction for £6.2m.
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.
What was the very last episode of Only Fools and Horses?
“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.
How old is delboy?
In “Go West Young Man” (series 1, 1981), it is implied that he is 35, giving him a birth year of 1945/46. In “A Losing Streak” (series 2, 1982) and “Thicker than Water” (series 3, 1983), he claims that their father left in 1965, on his 16th birthday, making his birth year 1949.
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.
How did Del boy lose his millions?
The episode opens with Del Boy and Rodney explaining their latest holiday to a barrister. … Later, Del learns that the Central American stock market has crashed, meaning the Trotters have lost all their money. The Trotter family escapes from the hotel without paying.
How much did David Jason make from Only Fools and Horses?
Only Fools and Horses legend Sir David Jason, 80, still earns a cushty £1 Million a year.
Did John Sullivan appear in only fools?
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.
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|Only Fools and Horses||64 episodes (1981–2003)||BBC One|
Who is Jasons wife?
Gill Hinchcliffem. 2005
Why is Only Fools and Horses called that?
For the actual title he intended to use, as a reference to the protagonist’s tax and work-evading lifestyle, Only Fools and Horses. That name was based on a genuine, though very obscure, saying, “only fools and horses work for a living”, which had its origins in 19th-century American vaudeville.
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.
Is Freddie the Frog Rodney’s dad?
Robdal is the biological father of Rodney Trotter, and the biological grandfather of Rodney’s daughter, Joan Trotter Jr. A professional thief by trade, Freddie was considered a gentleman by the people of Peckham.
|Freddie the Frog|
|Occupation||World War II soldier, criminal, frogman, unemployed|
Did Uncle Albert died in Only Fools and Horses?
The actor Buster Merryfield, known to millions as Uncle Albert in the BBC1 series Only Fools and Horses, died yesterday morning, aged 78. The actor was admitted to hospital 11 days ago with a brain tumour.
What is the order of Only Fools and Horses episodes?
- 2.1 Series 1 (1981)
- 2.2 Series 2 (1982)
- 2.3 Series 3 (1983)
- 2.4 Series 4 (1985)
- 2.5 Series 5 (1986)
- 2.6 Series 6 (1989)
- 2.7 Series 7 (1990–91)
- 2.8 Christmas Trilogy and Specials (1996–2003)