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  • Patrick Cargill - Wikipedia

    Patrick Cargill (3 June 1918 – 23 May 1996) was a British actor remembered for his lead role in the British television sitcom Father, Dear Father.

  • Patrick Cargill - IMDb

    Patrick Cargill, Actor: Help!. Best known for his appearances on British television in the comedy series Father Dear Father (1968), Patrick Cargill was also a ...

  • Patrick Cargill - IMDb

    Actor: Help!. Best known for his appearances on British television in the comedy series... Visit IMDb for Photos, Filmography, Discussions, Bio, News, Awards, Agent ...

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    View the profiles of people named Patrick Cargill. Join Facebook to connect with Patrick Cargill and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power...

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  • R. Patrick Cargill, CPA

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  • Patrick Cargill, Desert Island Discs - BBC Radio 4

    Roy Plomley's castaway is actor Patrick Cargill. Favourite track: We'll Meet Again by The Inkspots Book: The Spotlight Casting Directory Luxury: His ...

  • Patrick Cargill, man of many parts, dies at 77 ...

    ACTOR Patrick Cargill, known to millions for his role in the hit television series Father, Dear Father died yesterday. He was 77.

  • The Avengers Forever: Patrick Cargill

    by Pete Stampede Sandhurst-educated Patrick Cargill has a place in comic immortality through his role in possibly the most famous British comedy …

  • Patrick Cargill: obituary | The Independent

    There are two kinds of farceur - the low and the high, writes Adam Benedick. Patrick Cargill aspired, sometimes brilliantly, sometimes lamentably, to both.

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