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 1960s/1970s sitcoms The Rag Trade and On The Buses.

Ronald 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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