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Born on September 17, 1899 in Hastings, East Sussex (UK).
Died on September 15, 1981 in London, England from a heart attack.

TV Appearances

(2009)Mollie Sugden: A Tribute
(2000)The Unforgettable Arthur Lowe
(1980) "Oh Happy Band" (Vicar)
--Diplomatic Privilege
--Let Bygones Be Bygones
(1978) "Come Back Mrs. Noah" - Who Goes Home? (The Priest)

(1977)"Dad's Army"- Wake-Up Walmington (Mr. Bluett) 
Both images ©British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

(1977)Jesus of Nazareth" (Elder)
Both images © Incorporated Television Company (ITC)

(1976)"Thriller" - The Next Victim (Blind Man)
(1976)Clayhanger (Mr. Shushions)
(1975)This Is Your Life-Mollie Sugden
(1975)Beryl's Lot-Home Again (Old Man)

(1975)"Doctor on the Go" - Keep Your Nose Clean (Mr. Reeves)
All 3 images © London Weekend Television (LWT)

(1975)The Ups and Downs of a Handyman (Gasper)
(1975)"Dad's Army"- Is There Honey Still for Tea? (Mr. Bluett) 

(1974)"Dad's Army"- Turkey Dinner (Mr. Bluet) 
©British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

(1973) "Thriller"- A Place to Die (Old Man)
©Associated Television (ATV)

(1973)Six Days of Justice-The Complaint (Patrick Scott)
(1973)"Doctor in Charge" - The Merger (Lord Wagstaff)
(1973)New Scotland Yard-Property, Dogs and Women (Mr. Chapman)

(1972)"Sykes" - Marriage (Herbert)

Both images ©British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

(1972)The Strauss Family-Anna (Cleaner)

(1972)Au Pair Girls (Lord Tryke)
©Tigon Pictures

(1972)"Father Dear Father" - Brother Dear Brother (Old Man)

(1972)"Upstairs, Downstairs" - Magic Casements (The Book Shop Assistant)
Both images ©London Weekend Television (LWT)

(1971)The Stalls of Barchester (Archdeacon Pulteney)

(1971) "Doctor at Large" - It's the Rich Wot Gets the Pleasure (Mr. Reeves)
All 4 images © London Weekend Television (LWT)

(1971)"Doomwatch" - The Iron Doctor (George Mason)
(1970)"Menace" - The Elimination (Elderly Man)

(1970)"Doctor in the House" - If You Can Help Somebody - Don't! (Jack)
© London Weekend Television (LWT)

(1970)"Dad's Army"-The Test
hb© British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

(1970)Games That Lovers Play/Lady Chatterly Versus Fanny Hill (Old photographer)

(1969)"Dad's Army"
© British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

-The Day the Balloon Went Up

-The Armoured Might of Lance Corporal Jones
aBoth images © British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

-The Bullet is Not for Firing
©British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

(1969)Never Mind the Quality, Feel theWidth-Situations Vacant: Apply Saville Row (Peabody)
(1969)Fraud Squad-Turbot on Ice (Servant)
(1967)The Sky Bike
(1967)"Adam Adamant Lives!"
-- The Deadly Bullet (Pop Williams)
--Death Begins at Seventy (Old Man)
(1966)"King of the River" - What Shall We Do with a Drunken Sailor? (Old Cockney)
(1956 or 1971-1972)"Whack-O!" (Mr. Dinwiddie #2)

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http://movie-dude.co.uk/Harold%20Bennett.htm

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AYBS Stats

Management

AYBS timeframe : 1972-1981

(1977) Are You Being Served? The Movie (Young Mr. Grace)

Famous Quote: "You've all done very well."

Special:

(1992)The Best of 'Are You Being Served?'

 

Magazine/Newspaper/Articles

Audio/Video/Books/Official Websites


Facts/Trivia

AYBS based

 

Real Life Based

-Was an architect and became an actor when he retired.

-Toured America as a clown for a circus when he was young.
-Both Harold Bennett and Wendy Richard appeared in Dad's Army.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theater

The Rose and the Ring

TV Plays

(1975) Centre Play-The Flight Fund (Blades)
(1973)Armchair Theatre-Death of Glory (Hemsley)
(1971)ITV Saturday Night Theatre-Mr. Pargiter (Mr Gardner)
(1971)"Play for Today" - The Foxtrot (Gwen's Father)
(1965)"The Wednesday Play" - Vote, Vote, Vote for Nigel Barton (Old Man)