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Summary

Here are a further four original television soundtracks from the BBC's Hancock series. Once again, Tony Hancock stars as the loveable curmudgeon in four installments written by the character's creators, Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. The episodes featured here are "The Missing Page" (11.3.60), "Poison Pen Letters" (6.5.60), "Lord Byron Lived Here" (9.10.59), and "The Succession: Son and Heir" (30.6.61).
(P)2004 BBC Audiobooks LTD

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  • Benjamin
  • Abingdon, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
  • 24-09-09

Not one of the best

These episodes, which are based on the TV rather than the radio series, are generally speaking not that funny. Maybe something is lost by not being able to see what is actually goign on, but on the whole I woudl give this one a miss and go for some of the more clasic Hancock episodes (radio ham, blood donor etc), or at least the ones that include Hattie Jakes and Bill Kurr (I know the spelling is wrong for those two).

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  • yan
  • WINCHESTER, United Kingdom
  • 23-12-12

one of the funniest ones around

i remember listening to this as a kid and i decided to try and find it i found it on here easily and put on missing page- one of the funniest episodes in history!