Juliette Kaplan RIP


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Juliette Kaplan who gave us all many laughs as Pearl Sibshaw wife of Howard who was always trying to get off with Marina in that wonderful whimsical comedy Last of the Summer Wine has died after a battle with cancer aged 80

Thank you for all the laughs and the enjoyment that your great character acting brought to our TV screens

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Only Glenda and Marina left now among the ladies............so sad......love that programme...............

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RIP Pearl..............wonder if Marina will move in with Howard ?

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So sad. She was brilliant as Pearl, trying to keep track of Howard's antics. Always one step ahead ! 

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No,, Howard still with us...........saw him a bit back down Coronation street,,,he was the Lollipop man.......Saw Marina down Coronation street as well,,,dint ask what she was doing there,,,,just said ''Ey--up'''

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Remember seeing Marina in an episode of Pointless a few months ago. Facially, she looks exactly the same.

An amazingly funny lady. She used to live in Thorne, north Notts at one time.

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Oh Marina,,will miss you forever lass,,,...............what a brilliant character Jean made out of Marina,,,........very sad,,

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She will be sadly missed she opened a care home on the east coast had everyone in hysterics wonderful lady they will be showing summer wine in fifty years time she left everyone laughing you cant get better than that meeowed

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