Anthony Hancock gives up his office job to become an abstract artist. He has a lot of enthusiasm, but little talent, and critics scorn his work. Nevertheless, he impresses an emerging very talented artist.
From London's "Bowler-Hatted" Conformity to Paris' Left Bank Madness! (US release: Call Me Genius)
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Did You Know?
Writers Galton and Simpson suggested a cameo role for Tony's (until-recently) costar in BBCTV's Hancock's Half Hour
(1956), Sidney James
, possibly as the Customs Official. They recall their lead actor vetoing this idea, though James did attend the film's Plaza premiere in London's Haymarket. See more
Ladies and gentlemen, I shall now bid you all good day. I'm off! I know what I was cut out to do and I should have done it long ago. YOU'RE ALL RAVING MAD! None of you know what you're looking at. You wait 'til I'm dead you'll see I was right!
The producers wish to acknowledge the fullest co-operation accorded - somewhat apprehensively - by BRITISH RAILWAYS. See more
At Last! At Last!
Written by Charles Trenet See more