Hancock: The Lost TV Episodes - Ray Galton & Alan Simpson (Audio CD) Reviews
Description:ISBN 140842682X / Genre: Comedy / Authors: Ray Galton & Alan Simpson / Audiobook published 2009-07-13 by BBC Audiobooks Ltd
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by - written on 20/12/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
There are certain old comedy actors/performers/comedians that I re-discovered and there are those I was practically weaned on. I won't bore you with my reasons for loving the guy and finding his work something of a comfort - that's better reserved for a more biographical writing entry - suffice to say that he came from a golden age of British radio comedy. He also made a very successful switch to television, which demonstrated he and many of his colleagues - Kenneth Williams, Sydney James and Hattie Jacques for example - were not just vocal talents. All had a background in live theatrical work and grew up in the Music Hall tradition, a tradition that is sometimes a close Read the complete review
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