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Henry, English surgeon, 1809-1880. See: Hancock amputation.
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But Tony, or course, went on to become a household name, most famously through Hancock's Half Hour, broadcast on radio and television.
The cast includes impressionist James Hurn (BBC2's Dead Ringers, Hancock's Half Hour) and Janice Connolly (Phoenix Nights, Coronation Street, Mrs Barbara Nice).
It was set in the fictional seaside town of Churdley Bay, where Hancock was cast as a pompous, bumbling auctioneer with aspirations to be on the local council.
Dave Freak, of Birmingham Comedy Festival, which is presenting the two scripts at the Light House, said: "As very little of his early work has survived, so much of what people know about Hancock is based almost solely on the later Hancock's Half Hour radio and TV series.
Eversheds LLP, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and Cavendish Corporate Finance LLP served as advisors to the Hancock brothers and the management team led by Mark Watson.
Recently, John Hancock Insurance also received six awards from the Insurance Marketing & Communications Association (IMCA), including four Best of Shows, the most of any company.
John Hancock Interactive Email Campaign a 4-week email campaign highlighting John Hancock Vitality through engaging activities, including trivia and recipe contests
Levyne most recently served as vice president, National Accounts and Vitality Sales and Distribution for John Hancock Insurance.
Bryson, head of investment consulting and college savings at John Hancock Investments, recent enhancements to the 529 plan itself have also had a positive impact.