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Although, they still perform regularly in pantomimes, as well as at festivals, events and holiday parks.Many of the tracks were based on their catchphrases, such as "To me, to you" and "Silly You, Silly Me"."The little people think they're hilarious, and if you add up all the little people across the country who think they're hilarious, you'd think it's Chuckle Vision that should have the 28 comedy gongs, not Little Britain or The Office." In April 2007 whilst on holiday on the Greek island of Cephalonia, Paul broke his nose and suffered cuts and bruises when he lost control of his motorcycle after suddenly braking to avoid a goatherd and flock.Instead of helping him, tourists who stopped at the accident shouted the Chuckle Brothers' catchphrase, "To me, to you." An urban legend surrounding Barry Chuckle's supposed death from a heart attack has circulated since at least 2008.Live recordings of Pirates of the River Rother and Spooky Goings On 2 were released on home video in 2007, the latter under the title The Chuckle Brothers – Spooky Goings On Live!From November to December 2006, they completed a nationwide tour of their Aladdin pantomime; Barry starred as Aladdin and Paul as brother Wishie Washee.The pantomime also starred dancing group The Chucklettes and illusionists Safire.The brothers' 2008 tour, Indiana Chuckles and The Kingdom of the Mythical Sulk, set in Ancient Egypt, was a parody of the Indiana Jones films.
They did not have further success until the launch of the BBC television show, Chuckle Hounds, in 1985.
The comedy of the Chuckle Brothers usually derives from slapstick and other visual gags, and their catchphrases include "To me, to you" and "Oh dear, oh dear".
The brothers were born in Rotherham to Amy and James Patton Elliott, in 19.
Pirates of River Rother was revived in 2012 as Pirates of River Rother 2: In Stranger Tights. The Chuckle Brothers", adopted the format of a variety show with classic sketches, audience questions, musical performances, puppetry, film clips, magic and an audience participation version of To Me...
To You..., in commemoration of 21 years of the Chuckle Vision The brothers continued to tour theatres annually with their shows until 2015.