Harry Tate
Tate, whose real name was Ronald Hutchison, was born in 1872. His first big success came with his 'Motoring' sketch, in which he, a chauffeur and his idiotic son completely failed to get the car started to take the son to college. The son sat in the back of the car making inane comments such as It's amazing, pa-pa, and Goodbye-eee (which became Tate's best-known catchphrase and was the inspiration for the popular World War I song)    
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