Max Bygraves

Max Bygraves OBE (born 16 October 1922 in Rotherhithe, London as Walter William Bygraves) is an English comedian, singer, actor and variety performer. He appeared on his own television shows, sometimes performing comedy sketches between songs. Shows he presented included the gameshow Family Fortunes. ... more on Wikipedia

Max Bygraves Filmography

tv movie 2002 The Showbiz Set as Himself
tv movie 2000 Family Misfortunes as Himself
tv movie 1995 An Audience with Shirley Bassey as Himself - Audience Member
tv movie 1995 Call up the Stars as Bud Flanagan
video movie 1993 Max Bygraves: 50 Golden Years as Himself
tv movie 1990 Live from the London Palladium: Happy Birthday, Happy New Year! as Himself
tv movie 1984 A Century of Stars: The Story of the Grand Order of Water Rats
tv series 1980 Family Fortunes as Himself - Host
tv movie 1974 Fifty Bighearted Years: The Variety Club of Great Britain's Tribute to Arthur Askey as Himself
movie 1972 The Alf Garnett Saga as Himself
tv movie 1970 The Max Bygraves Hour as Himself
tv movie 1970 The Royal Variety Performance 1970 as Himself
tv movie 1965 The Royal Variety Performance 1965 as Himself
tv movie 1963 The Royal Variety Performance 1963 as Himself
movie 1961 Spare the Rod as John Saunders
tv movie 1961 The Royal Variety Performance 1961 as Himself
tv movie 1960 The Royal Variety Show as Himself
tv series 1960 Roamin' Holiday as Himself
movie 1959 Bobbikins as Benjamin 'Ben' Barnaby
movie 1958 A Cry from the Streets as Bill Lowther
movie 1956 Charley Moon as Charley Moon
tv movie 1955 This Is Music Hall as Himself
movie 1955 You Lucky People as Singer on Television
movie 1951 Tom Brown's Schooldays as Coach Guard
movie 1949 Bless 'Em All as Tommy Anderson
movie 1949 Skimpy in the Navy as Tommy Anderson
movie 1949 The Nitwits on Parade as Corporal

Max Bygraves on Youtube

Theatrical trailer for the tough british school film Spare The Rod. Starring Max Bygraves, Geoffrey Keen, Donald Pleasence, Richard O'Sullivan. Directed by L...

Max Bygraves with 'Out of Town'. The song was originally written for the 1956 film 'Charley Moon' starring Max and Shirley Eaton. It was released as a single...

Cheesy Max Bygraves single from 1970.