Chesney and Wolfe

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Ronald Chesney (birth name René Cadier; born 1922) and Ronald Wolfe (birth name Harvey Ronald Wolf-Lubbroff; 8 August 1922 – 18 December 2011)[1] were British TV comedy screenwriters, best known for their popular (and most successful) 1960s and 1970s sitcoms, The Rag Trade (1961–63, 1977–78), Meet the Wife (1963–66), On the Buses (1969–73) and Romany Jones (1972–75).

Wolfe died from head injuries, sustained during a fall at a care home in London on Sunday 18 December 2011.[1] He was a cousin of Warren Mitchell.[2]

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