Harry "Aitch" Fielder

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Don Satchley
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Harry "Aitch" Fielder

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Just read over on Roobarbs that Harry has died. Very sad news. A lovely guy who used to be a regular on this and many other forums. Always a delight to spot him in one of his myriad appearances in the shows of our youth. A tweet with more from Morris Bright https://twitter.com/Morris__Bright/stat ... 1192433664
RIP Harry

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I remember his contributions to the old forum (did he make it over to this one?). Probably the most famous "extra" ever - he even published a book about it. RIP.

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I don't think he did re-join us on the new forum sadly.

A lovely man with an amazing CV, as already said, it's still great fun spotting him in repeated shows.

He'll be missed.

R.I.P. Aitch.
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I also remember his discussions on the old forum including about being in The Protectors. Harry's website. What a lot of great shows to be in. RIP.
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How did he become so well known? I'd heard of him well before I joined the old forum, and before his book came out. I didn't even know about his website (thanks for that). Was there some "cult" of spotting his appearances?

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I remember even Tom Baker spotting him on a commentary to an old story and saying “that’s H! He was always with Pat Gorman!”

He couldn’t act for toffee but he certainly looked the part in some of the more streetwise dramas of the day, and his reminiscences were always enjoyable. RIP.

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