What dialect(s) pronounce humor voiced initially and non-rhotic finally (i.e., with both those features in the same dialect: the word would be pronounced something like
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Non-rhotic dialect? Yes. Dropping /h/ from /hju/-initial words? Yes. It's not just "something like" /ˈjumə/; that is the stereotypical New York City pronunciation of humor.