Independent label: Ted Rogers (20 July 1933 or 1935 - 2 May 2001) was a fast-talking English comedian and light entertainer who started his career as a Redcoat entertainer and is best remembered as the host of the Yorkshire Television gameshow 3-2-1. On 2 May 2001 Ted Rogers died after open-heart surgery to replace a heart valve at St Thomas' Hospital in London of heart failure age 65. With his trusty sidekick Dusty Bin, he was one of TV's most recognised faces in the Eighties. Seventeen million viewers regularly tuned in to 3-2-1 to see contestants battle with convoluted riddles that were meant to provide clues to the big prize. Those who failed, and there were many, had to settle for a ceramic version of Dusty Bin, the booby prize. Distributed By.
Ted Rogers With The Young'Uns
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