Plaque   

(lost) Teddington Studios - Tony Hancock

Teddington Studios - demolished Teddington Studios - Tony Hancock
Inscription

Tony Hancock, 1924 - 1968, comedian.
Comic Heritage 

Site: Teddington Studios - demolished (13 memorials)

TW11, Broom Road, Teddington Studios

July 2015 The Mirror reported that 4 of these plaques (Benny Hill, Tommy Cooper, Sid James and Irene Handl) were stolen just prior to the demolition of the building. "Police say they are investigating the thefts and the other commemorative plaques have been removed for safety."

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Teddington Studios - Tony Hancock

Subjects commemorated Information

Tony Hancock

Comedy actor.  Otherwise known as Anthony Aloysius St. John Hancock, of 23 Ra...

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Teddington Studios - Tony Hancock

Created by Information

Comic Heritage

Merged with the Heritage Foundation.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Teddington Studios - Tony Hancock

Also at this site Information

Teddington Studios - Benny Hill

Benny Hill, 1925 - 1992, comedian. Comic Heritage 

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Teddington Studios - Bernie Winters

Bernie Winters, 1932 - 1991, comedian and Water Rat. Comic Heritage 

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Teddington Studios - David Nixon

David Nixon, 1919 - 1978, magician and past King Rat. Comic Heritage 

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Teddington Studios - Eric Morecambe

In 2013 this plaque was replaced with the one for Eric and Ernie.

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Teddington Studios - Harry Worth

Harry Worth, 1917 - 1989, comedian. Comic Heritage 

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