Hancock is a down-and-out superhero who's forced to employ a PR expert to help repair his image when the public grows weary of all the damage he's inflicted during his lifesaving heroics. The agent's idea of imprisoning the antihero to make the world miss him proves successful, but will Hancock stick to his new sense of purpose or slip back into old habits?
Screen One biopic on the life of comedian Tony Hancock
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Drama which tells the story of comedian Tony Hancock's love affair with his friend's wife, and her fight to save the man and his career.
Imagine the possibilities….. "Possibilities" is the musical event of the year. The album is a series of inspired encounters between Herbie Hancock and world-renowned musicians – including John Mayer, Sting, Trey Anastasio, Annie Lennox, Damien Rice and Lisa Hannigan, Santana and Angelique Kidjo, Paul Simon, Christina Aguilera, Jonny Lang, Joss Stone, and Raul Midon. Herbie Hancock describes "Poss
Three masters explore their roots and capture the full spectrum of the art of Jazz...a display of lyrical sensuality and sizzling pyrotechnics. Features Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Billy Cobham performing 7 tracks plus 2 bonus concert performances: "Speak Like a Child" and "Little Waltz." Three masters explore their roots and capture the full spectrum of the art of jazz in this display of lyri
Legendary jazz pianist, composer and innovator Herbie Hancock performs live on "Jazz Central." This concert was recorded live at Black Entertainment Television's Studio II in Washington, D.C. It features Hancock playing his Grammy Award-winning style of jazz with his complex and earthy rhythmic signature. Tracks: Fascinating Rhythm, St. Louis Blues, Cotton Tail, Blueberry Rhyme, The Man I Love, Here Come De Honey Man, Cantaloupe Island, One Finger Snap, Maiden Voyage.
Three giants of jazz - Herbie Hancock, Bobby McFerrin and Michael Brecker - join forces in a memorable concert, recorded live at the Munich Philharmonie in 1988.
Football 'doctor' Nick Hancock attempts to diagnose the various malaises from which the footballing world seemingly suffers on a regular basis, and goes in search of a cure. Nick attempts to find which illness it is that repeatedly prevents England from winning the World Cup, and also asks which bug it is that prevents young English talent from developing into healthy international stars.
Empyrean Isles' & 'Maiden Voyage' in 192kHz/24-bit audio - 'Empyrean Isles' features the alternate takes from the RVG version as well as unreleased alts of 'One Finger Snap,' 'Oliloquy Valley' and 'Cantaloupe Island.' 'Empyrean Isles' was mastered by Bernie Grundman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, with the alternate takes mastered by Robert Vosgien at Capitol Mastering. 'Maiden Voyage' was mastered by Alan Yoshida.
Jack DeJohnette - Drums, Herbie Hancock - Keyboards, Dave Holland - Bass, Pat Metheney - Guitars. For the first time, these four masterful musicians come together to form a jazz group most people would never expect to see happen. Taking their collaborations around the world, they toured Canada, Europe, Japan, and the United States, performing concerts and festivals to sold out audiences and rave reviews. On June 23, 1990, this extraordinary group performed two concerts at the Mellon Jazz Festival at the Philadelphia Academy of music. Both shows were filmed and have been carefully edited to create a technically flawless video of a truly "once in a lifetime" event. All of the songs were selected with great care, as might be expected from a band of this caliber.
Four of the world's top jazz musicians join to create an unexpected ensemble in this concert featuring highlights from two gigs at the 1990 Mellon Jazz Festival in Philadelphia. Drummer Jack DeJohnette, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Dave Holland and guitarist Pat Metheny move seamlessly through songs such as "Cantaloupe Island," "Indigo Dreamscapes," "Nine Over Reggae," "Hurricane" and "The Bat."
Hancock's Half Hour is a BBC radio comedy, and later television comedy, series of the 1950s and 60s written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. The series starred Tony Hancock, with Sid James; the radio version also co-starred, at various times, Moira Lister, Andrée Melly, Hattie Jacques, Bill Kerr and Kenneth Williams. The final television series, renamed simply Hancock, starred Hancock alone. Comedian Tony Hancock starred in the show, playing an exaggerated and much poorer version of his own character and lifestyle, Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock, a down-at-heel comedian living at the dilapidated 23 Railway Cuttings in East Cheam. The series was influential in the development of the situation comedy, with its move away from radio variety towards a focus on character development. The radio version was produced by Dennis Main Wilson for most of its run. After Main Wilson departed for his television career, his role was taken by Tom Ronald. The television series was produced by Duncan Wood. The distinctive tuba-based theme tune was composed by Wally Stott.
The Tony Hancock Show was a black-and-white British sketch show starring Tony Hancock that was broadcast for two series from 1956 to 1957. It was written by Eric Sykes, Larry Stephens, John Jose and Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. All the episodes were shown live.
House of Hancock tells the epic true story of the Hancock dynasty and the bizarre love triangle that emerged between Lang, his daughter Gina, and his beautiful Filipina housekeeper Rose.
A tribute to the Legendary Tony Hancock, star of "Hancocks Half Hour". Includes an exclusive interview with the shows writers, Ray Galton and Alan Simpson