Hancock's Half Hour

Season 6 Episode 5

Sid in Love

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Aired Friday 9:30 PM Apr 01, 1960 on BBC
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Sid in Love
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Sid falls in love with a clippie on the local bus route but can't bring himself to ask her out So he asks Hancock to help on his behalf but it turns out that she is married to the driver.

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    Joan Heal

    Joan Heal

    Renee

    Guest Star

    Vi Stevens

    Vi Stevens

    Dolly

    Guest Star

    Hugh Lloyd

    Hugh Lloyd

    Bert

    Guest Star

    Peggy Ann Clifford

    Peggy Ann Clifford

    Large Lady Bus Passenger

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • Hancock: Don't like these girls in black stockings. Makes them look like Minnie Mouse.

      • Woman: If you two were gentlemen, you'd get up and offer us your seats.


        Hancock: I should think so. You wanted emancipation, you've got it. You stand there and enjoy it.

      • Hancock: (Talking about fish and chips): Good for the brains, this stuff is. It's no wonder I'm an intellectual. Three times a week in here, it's enough to make your head burst. I believe Bertram Russell used to come here at one time.

      • Hancock: (Pointing to Sid) How'd you like to step out with Cary Grant here?
        Conductress: Cary Who?
        Hancock: Cary Grant!
        Conductress: Are you kidding? I'd want a government grant to go out with him.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • At the start of the episode Hancock and James have just left the cinema where they saw On The Beach. The 1959 drama shows the effects of a nuclear war. It starred Fred Astaire in his first non-musical, dramatic role, a fact Hancock refers to.

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