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William George Peter Glaze (17 September 1917 - 20 February 1983)
was an English comedian born in London. He hosted Crackerjack with
Leslie Crowther in the 1960s and with Michael Aspel, Don Maclean,
and Bernie Clifton in the 1970s. In Crackerjack sketches, he
usually played a pompous or upper-class character, who would always
get exasperated with his comedy partner Don Maclean during the
course of the sketch. Maclean would then give an alliterative
reply, such as "Don't get your knickers in a knot" or "Don't get
your tights in a twist," the combination of which ("Don't get your
knickers in a twist") has passed into popular vernacular. He
regularly uttered the expression "D'oh ," long before it became
associated with cartoon character Homer Simpson.
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