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Regarded as the best radio and TV comic of his era, Tony Hancock was a man whose star burned brightly in the eyes and ears of millions before his untimely death in 1968. Now, forty years on, critically acclaimed biographer John Fisher brings the first fully authorised account of his life. Tony Hancock was one of post-war Britain's most popular comedians - his radio show 'Hancock's Half Hour. Regarded as the best radio and TV comic of his era, Tony Hancock was a man whose star burned brightly in the eyes and ears of millions before his untimely death in 1968. Now, forty years on, critically acclaimed biographer John Fisher brings the first fully authorised account of his life. Tony Hancock was one of post-war Britain's most popular comedians - his radio show 'Hancock's Half Hour' would clear the streets as whole families tuned in to listen. His peerless timing and subtle changes in intonation marked Hancock out as a comic genius. His character 'Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock' was an amplification of his own persona, a pompous prat whose dreams of success are constantly thwarted. The original British loser that we recognise in Victor Meldrew and Alan Partridge. Wonderfully supported by a cast including Sid James, Hattie Jacques and Kenneth Williams, and working with scripts from Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, Hancock became a huge star. The show was commisioned for TV, showcasing his talent for hilarious facial expression, and he became the first British comedian to earn a thousand pounds a week. Behind Tony Hancock's success however hid the self-destructive behaviour that plagued him all his life. Prone to self-doubt, and wanting to be the star of his own show, he got rid of James, and finally dismissed Galton and Simpson who had created the platform for his success. His private life was wracked by his ever increasing alcoholism and bouts of depression, and his relationships shattered by his capacity for violence. His ratings fell and, feeling washed up and alone after divorcing his second wife, he committed suicide in an Australian hotel room in 1968. Now, forty years after his death John Fisher explores the turbulent life of a man regarded by his peers as one of the greatest British comics to have ever lived. Books, Music, Stage and Screen~~Film, TV & Radio~~Individual Actors & Performers, Tony Hancock~~Book~~9780007266784~~John Fisher, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: William Collins; HarperCollins]

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Tony Hancock: Paperback: Harper: 9780007266784: 30 Apr 2009: Regarded as the best radio and TV comic of his era, Tony Hancock was a man whose star burned brightly in the eyes and ears of millions before his untimely death in 1968. Now, forty years on, critically acclaimed biographer John Fisher brings the first fully authorised account of his life. Regarded as the best radio and TV comic of his era, Tony Hancock was a man whose star burned brightly in the eyes and ears of millions before his untimely death in 1968. Now, 40 years later, critically acclaimed biographer John Fisher brings the first fully authorized account of his life. Tony Hancock was one of post-war Britain's most popular comedians?his radio show Hancock's Half Hour would clear the streets as whole families tuned in to listen. His peerless timing and subtle changes in intonation marked Hancock out as a comic genius. His character Anthony Aloysius St. John Hancock was an amplification of his own persona, a pompous prat whose dreams of success are constantly thwarted?the original British loser that we recognise in Victor Meldrew and Alan Partridge. Wonderfully supported by a cast including Sid James, Hattie Jacques, and Kenneth Williams, and working with scripts from Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, Hancock became a huge star. The show was commisioned for TV, showcasing his talent for hilarious facial expression, and he became the first British comedian to earn a thousand pounds a week. Behind Tony Hancock's success however hid the self-destructive behavior that plagued him all his life. Prone to self-doubt, and wanting to be the star of his own show, he got rid of James, and finally dismissed Galton and Simpson who had created the platform for his success. His private life was wracked by his ever increasing alcoholism and bouts of depression, and his relationships shattered by his capacity for violence. His ratings fell and, feeling washed up and alone after divorcing his second wife, he committed suicide in an Australian hotel room in 1968. Now, 40 years after his death John Fisher explores the turbulent life of a man regarded by his peers as one of the greatest British comics to have ever lived. Biography: Arts & Entertainment, , , , Tony Hancock, John Fisher, 9780007266784, HarperCollins Publishers, , , , ,, [PU: William Collins; HarperCollins]

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Regarded as the best radio and TV comic of his era, Tony Hancock was a man whose star burned brightly in the eyes and ears of millions before his untimely death in 1968. Now, 40 years later, critically acclaimed biographer John Fisher brings the first fully authorized account of his life. Tony Hancock was one of post-war Britain's most popular comedians?his radio show Hancock's Half Hour would clear the streets as whole families tuned in to listen. His peerless timing and subtle changes in intonation marked Hancock out as a comic genius. His character Anthony Aloysius St. John Hancock was an amplification of his own persona, a pompous prat whose dreams of success are constantly thwarted?the original British loser that we recognise in Victor Meldrew and Alan Partridge. Wonderfully supported by a cast including Sid James, Hattie Jacques, and Kenneth Williams, and working with scripts from Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, Hancock became a huge star. The show was commisioned for TV, showcasing his talent for hilarious facial expression, and he became the first British comedian to earn a thousand pounds a week. Behind Tony Hancock's success however hid the self-destructive behavior that plagued him all his life. Prone to self-doubt, and wanting to be the star of his own show, he got rid of James, and finally dismissed Galton and Simpson who had created the platform for his success. His private life was wracked by his ever increasing alcoholism and bouts of depression, and his relationships shattered by his capacity for violence. His ratings fell and, feeling washed up and alone after divorcing his second wife, he committed suicide in an Australian hotel room in 1968. Now, 40 years after his death John Fisher explores the turbulent life of a man regarded by his peers as one of the greatest British comics to have ever lived. Books, [PU: William Collins; HarperCollins]

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Tony Hancock: The Definitive Biography

The first fully authorised account of his life, charting his rise to one of Britain's most popular post-war comedians, and his downfall, descent into alcoholism and eventual suicide. 'There is no better example of the tragedy of comedy than Tony Hancock' "Mail On Sunday"

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780007266784
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0007266782
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2009
Editeur: HARPERCOLLINS UK
627 Pages
Poids: 0,658 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0007266782

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