Day196 yr2 My name is Harry Worth
Worth is now best remembered for his 1960s series "Here's Harry", later re-titled "Harry Worth", of which he produced over 100 episodes. The famous opening credits of "Harry Worth" featured Harry stopping in the street to perform an optical trick involving a shop window (raising one arm and one leg which were reflected in the window, thus giving the impression of levitation). Reproducing this effect was popularly known as "doing a Harry Worth". He also starred in "Thirty Minutes Worth" and "My Name is Harry Worth".
The shop window sequence was filmed at St. Annes Square, Manchester.
This is my tribute to this funny man
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