The interview itself doesn't really address Bartitsu or even much judo history - it's more of an informal autobiography via anecdotes - but the accompanyinglone_wolf_92001
That’s splendid :) My old Judo instructor, and the old boys at his club used to speak very highly of him. I wish I had given more time over to collectingjmarwood1
Hi James, I'm not sure about the narration, but it's definitely Leggett as uke in most of the clips. My favourite Trevor Leggett-related story is that thelone_wolf_92001
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