Who did John Sullivan play in Only Fools and Horses?
Lennard Pearce appeared in the first three series as Del and Rodney’s elderly grandad. After Pearce’s death in 1984, the show replaced Grandad with Uncle Albert, the boys’ great uncle, played by Buster Merryfield….
|Only Fools and Horses|
|Created by||John Sullivan|
|Written by||John Sullivan|
Where is the original Only Fools and Horses van?
The main van used in Only Fools And Horses is a star exhibit at the Cars Of The Stars Museum in Keswick, Cumbria, but several others were used in filming the series.
How did Del Boy get his millions?
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.
How many Reliant Robins were used in Only Fools and Horses?
The instantly recognisable Reliant Regal Supervan III dates back to 1972 and was bought by the BBC when the classic comedy began in 1981. The yellow van was one of a fleet of six used during the 22 years the show ran for.
How much is the Trotters van worth?
Only Fools and Horses three-wheeled yellow van driven by Del Boy and Rodney fetches £36,000 at auction. A THREE-wheeled van driven by Del Boy and Rodney Trotter in Only Fools and Horses has fetched £36,000 at auction.
Who played the copper in Only Fools and Horses?
|Portrayed by||Jim Broadbent (1983–1991; OFAH) Calum MacNab (2010; Rock & Chips)|
|Duration||1983, 1985, 1991, 2010|
|First appearance||“May The Force Be With You”|
|Last appearance||“The Class of ’62”|
Who own the Only Fools and Horses van?
|Reliant Regal Van|
|Owner||Derek “Del Boy” Trotter|
|Driver||Mainly Del Boy; occasionally Rodney.|
|Passengers||Rodney Trotter, Grandad Trotter, Albert Trotter, Raquel Turner, Cassandra Trotter, Damien Trotter, “Nervous” Nerys, Joan Trotter Jr.|
Why did Jim Broadbent turn down Del Boy?
Jim said: “Originally I was the second choice for Del Boy. “The first choice was Enn Reitel, but he didn’t fancy it and I couldn’t do it because I was doing a show in the West End.” Enn, 71, is a Scottish actor who is best known for specialising in voice work.