The Blood Donor - Tony Hancock - The Best Of Tony Hancock (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Label: Marble Arch Records - MAL • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Canada • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Comedy Tony Hancock - The Blood Donor (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore5/5(1).
  2. This brings back wonderful happy memories for me. I bought this as an LP in the mid 70's and it made me laugh out loud. Some years later I saw The Blood Donor on television and didn't enjoy it as much. I first heard Tony Hancock on the radio and on LP and it's still how I like to enjoy him. I would recomend this to anyone with a sense of humour/5(45).
  3. Translucent pressing, appears dark red when held to a light source. Tony Hancock - The Best Of Tony Hancock: The Blood Donor / The Radio Ham - credits Orlake (side A), Pye Studios and Gordon Vicary (side B). Tony Hancock - The Best Of Tony Hancock: The Blood Donor / The Radio Ham - credits Orlake on both sides. Sleeve and labels:4/5(6).
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  5. TONY HANCOCK The Blood Donor - The Radio Ham (Early 60s UK mono vinyl LP, written by Alan Simpson & Ray Galton & recorded before an invited audience on the 1st of October , starring June Whitfield, Clive Dunn, Frank Thornton & more, front laminated flipback picture sleeve with a Golden Guinea's' die-cut inner.
  6. "The Blood Donor" is an episode from the comedy series Hancock, the final BBC series featuring British comedian Tony Hancock. First transmitted on 23 June , the show was written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, and was produced by Duncan Wood. Supporting Hancock were Patrick Cargill, Hugh Lloyd, Frank Thornton, James Ottaway and June Whitfield. It remains one of the best known situation .
  7. Directed by Duncan Wood. With Tony Hancock, Patrick Cargill, Peggy Ann Clifford, Kenneth Cowan. Tony goes to donate blood,but typically, he turns it into an issue of status and class when he discovers he has a rare type. He bothers the hospital staff by insisting on updates as to who receives his elite blood.
  8. Tony Hancock is at his masterful best in these two episodes, scripted by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, who also wrote Steptoe and Son. Hancock represents the origin of contemporary reality based situation comedy. His understated, acerbic and self deprecating wit remains as /5(47).