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    In the 1950s, Bill Kerr was one of Tony Hancock's regular sidekicks in the popular radio series 'Hancock's Half Hour'. Search Results - Entertainment - MSN.

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    In the 1950s, Bill Kerr was one of Tony Hancock's regular sidekicks in the popular radio series 'Hancock's Half Hour'. Search Results - Entertainment - MSN.

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  • The Top 70 Musicians Over 70 - msn.com

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    PrettyFamous ranked the top 70 musicians over 70 years old. Many of these iconic stars are still producing music and going on tour today.

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  • Tony Hancock - Wikipedia

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    Anthony John "Tony" Hancock (12 May 1924 – 25 June 1968) was an English comedian and actor. High-profile during the 1950s and early 1960s, he had a major ...

  • Tony Hancock - IMDb

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    Tony Hancock was born in Birmingham, England, the son of John and Lillian Hancock. He was educated at Durlston Court, Swanage, and Bradfield College, Reading.

  • Tony Hancock: 20 great quotes - Comedy - The Telegraph

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    Comedian Tony Hancock died on June 24 1968 aged 44. Martin Chilton picks some of his finest lines.

  • Hancock's Half Hour - Wikipedia

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    Hancock's Half Hour was a BBC radio comedy, and later television comedy series, broadcast from 1954 to 1961 and written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

  • Tony Hancock Appreciation Society - Home

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    Welcome Welcome to the website of the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society, which is dedicated to preserving and promoting the works of Tony Hancock.

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