29 titles.

1. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
Not long after the warden deprived us of his company, I got a postcard in the mail. It was blank, but the postmark said Fort Hancock, Texas. Fort Hancock... right on the border. That's where Andy crossed. When I picture him heading south in his own car with the top down, it always makes me laugh. Andy Dufresne... who crawled through a river of shit and came out clean on the other side. Andy Dufresne... headed for the Pacific.
2. Forrest Gump (1994)
Well, we're all different, Mr. Hancock. There must be something that can be done?
3. The Deer Hunter (1978)
This seems to be the last chapter in the history of American involvement in Vietnam. Its also been the largest single movement of people in the history of America itself. Hilary Brown, ABC News, aboard the attack aircraft carrier, USS Hancock, in the South China Sea.
4. The Departed (2006)
The COPS... are saying he's a cop... so I won't look for the cop. Are you soft, Fitz? When I tell you... to dump a body in the marsh, you dump him *IN* the marsh. Not where some guy from John Hancock goes every Thursday, TO GET A FUCKING BLOWJOB!
5. Castle (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Need to Know (2013)
Police are currently investigating. Reynolds was an actor, best known as the star of the 90s comedy "2 Cool for School", where he played lovable nerd Dewey Hancock.
6. Hancock (2008)
People take you for granted, you know. We gotta make people miss you. People don't like you, Hancock.
It's 'cause he took your power. And you have to get your power back. And no one will give you your power back. You have to go out and take it. You understand me? We're gonna find Hancock... and get your power back.
No. Only thing I had in my pocket was bubble-gum, two movie tickets. Boris Karloff. Uh, Frankenstein. Uh... But no ID, nothing. I went to sign out. The, uh, nurse asked me for my John Hancock. And, uh... I actually thought that's who I was.
This city is run by gangs and drug dealers. Hancock is the only guy who makes them shake in their boots. He doesn't always tie a pretty ribbon around it, but he gets the job done. Besides, he's hot.
Upon us all, Hancock. You're no different. Time to shut her down, Hancock. It's been a nice run. Oh, we are all sincerely gonna miss you. But it is time for you to move on. And maybe to a happier place. You can thank me if you want to... superhero.
7. Disaster Movie (2008)
Hey, Hancock. Hancock? We need help. Wake up, you drunk motherfucker. Get your punk ass up, fly down there, and fix that shit.
8. All in the Family (1971 TV Series)
Episode: George and Archie Make a Deal (1974)
Hold it, hold it, Jefferson. I don't go around signin' political documentaries just like that, y'know. I mean, even Abe Lincoln, as smart as he was, he read the Declaration of Independence before he put his John Hancock on it.
9. The Facts of Life (1979 TV Series)
Episode: What Price Glory? (1983)
Come on Tootie, you have neater handwriting than John Hancock.
10. The Fairly OddParents (2001 TV Series)
Episode: Hail to the Chief/Twistory (2002)
Who am I, John Hancock?
11. Third Watch (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Firestarter (2002)
Hancock has me picking him up at his front door. Or somebody's front door.
12. A Bridge Too Far (1977)
Hancock. I've got lunatics laughing at me from the woods. My original plan has been scuppered now that the jeeps haven't arrived. My communications are completely broken down. Do you really believe any of that can be helped by a cup of tea?
13. Tommy Boy (1995)
I need your John Hancock.
It's HERBIE Hancock.
14. Fallout 4 (2015 Video Game)
Oh, Mayor Hancock, I'm so sorry. I didn't know you'd be coming in today. We're out of your usual.
15. Gettysburg (1993)
The last time I saw Winn he played that song. That very song. Back in California, we were all together for the last time. Before we broke up. Spring of '61. Almyra Hancock. You remember Almyra, Hancock's wife? Beautiful woman. Most perfect woman I ever saw. They were a beautiful couple. Beautiful. Garnett was with me that night. A lot of fellows from the old outfit. People standing around singing in the blue uniform. We were leaving the next day. Some going north, some going south. Splitting up. A soldier's farewell. "Goodbye." "Good luck." "I'll see you in hell." Do you remember that? Towards the end of the evening, we all sat around the piano. And Myra played that song there, that was the one she played. Maybe for years, maybe forever, I'll never forget that. You know how it was, Pete. Winn was like a brother to me. Remember? Towards the end of the evening, things got a little rough. We both began to... well, there were a lot of tears. I went over to Hancock. I took him by the shoulder. I said, "Winn, so help me, if I ever raise my hand against you, may God strike me dead." Ain't seen him since. He was at Malverne Hill, White Oak Swamp, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg. One of these days, I will see him, I'm afraid. Across that small, deadly space. I thought about sitting this one out. But I can't do that. That wouldn't be right either. I guess not. Thank you, Peter. I had to talk about that.
Would like... to see General Hancock. Can you tell me... where General Hancock may be found?
That's Hancock out there, and he ain't gonna run. So it's mathematical after all. If they get to that road, or beyond it, we'll suffer over fifty percent casualties. But, Harrison, I don't believe my boys will reach that wall.
Winn was like a brother to me. Remember? Towards the end of the evening, things got a little rough. We both began to... well, there were a lot of tears. I went over to Hancock. I took him by the shoulder. I said, "Winn, so help me, if I ever raise my hand against you, may God strike me dead." Ain't seen him since. He was at Malverne Hill, White Oak Swamp, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg. One of these days, I will see him, I'm afraid. Across that small, deadly space.
And the same for your adversaries: Meade, Hooker, Hancock, and - shall I say - Lincoln! The same God, same language, same culture and history, same songs, stories, legends, myths - different dreams. Different dreams. So very sad.
Sir with your permission... Sir, I've been a soldier all my life. I've fought from the ranks on up, you know my service. But sir, I must tell you now, I believe this attack will fail. No 15,000 men ever made could take that ridge. It's a distance of more than a mile, over open ground. When the men come out of the trees, they will be under fire from Yankee artillery from all over the field. And those are Hancock's boys! And now, they have the stone wall like we did at Fredericksburg.
I would like to speak to General Hancock. Do you know where General Hancock may be found?
Will you tell General Hancock, that General Armistead sends his regrets. Will you tell him how very sorry I am.
16. Life (1999)
My goodness, my old friend, Winston Hancock. I thought we agreed that you was gonna leave town.
17. Big Stan (2007)
Good Choice! Just sign your Jane Hancock on the dotted line.
18. Stagecoach (1939)
How 'bout you, Mr. Hancock?
19. 1776 (1972)
Mr. Hancock, you're a man of property, one of us. Why don't you join us in our minuet? Why do you persist on dancing with John Adams? Good Lord, sir, you don't even like him!
No. No, you're the president of Congress. You're a fair man, Hancock. Stay that way.
20. Have I Got News for You (1990 TV Series)
Sheila Hancock's a respected actress! You drag her along here and go "How do you spell 'it'?"! She's a respected actress!
21. Have I Got News for You (1990 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #19.5 (2000)
Sheila Hancock's a respected actress! You drag here along here...
22. Repossessed (1990)
So what did John Hancock do?
23. Liberty's Kids: Est. 1776 (2002 TV Series)
Washington is one of the richest men in Virginia. Hancock is the richest in New England. If we lose this war, they lose everything! What's more important to them? Treasure, or freedom?
24. Breaker Morant (1980)
Tell me, Mr. Robertson what was Lt Hancock's reason for putting Boer prisoners on open cattle cars on the trains.
I suggest that you instructed Leftenant Hancock to follow the Reverend Hess and to shoot him!
25. The 82nd Annual Academy Awards (2010 TV Special)
Did I really earn this or did I just wear you all down? I would like to thank the Academy for allowing me in the last month to have the most incredible ride, with rooms full of artists that I see tonight and that I've worked with before and I hope to work with in the future, who inspire me and blaze trails for us. Four of them, that I've fallen deeply in love with, I share this night with and I share this award with. Gabby, I love you so much. You are exquisite. You are beyond words to me. Carey, your grace and your elegance and your beauty and your talent makes me sick. Helen, I feel like we are family, through family, and I don't have the words to express just what I think of you. And Meryl, you know what I think of you, and you are such a good kisser. I have so many people to thank for my good fortune in this lifetime, and this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, I know. To the family that allowed me to play them, the Tuohy family. I know they're in here and you'll probably hear her in a minute... Maybe not. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to the family that made this film, that gave me the opportunity to do something different: John Lee Hancock, Gil Netter, Alcon, Warner Bros., the actors. Everyone who's shown me kindness when it wasn't fashionable, I thank you. To everyone who was mean to me when it wasn't... like George Clooney threw me in a pool years ago. I'm still holding a grudge. But there's so many people to thank; not enough time. So I would like to thank what this film was about for me, which are the moms that take care of the babies and the children no matter where they come from. Those moms and parents never get thanked. I, in particular, failed to thank one. So... if I can take this moment to thank Helga B. for not letting me ride in cars with boys till I was eighteen, 'cause she was right; I would've done what she said I was gonna do. For making me practice every day when I got home, piano, ballet, whatever it is I wanted to be. She said to be an artist you had to practice every day. And for reminding her daughters that there's no race, no religion, no class system, no color, nothing, no sexual orientation, that makes us better than anyone else. We are all deserving of love. So, to that trailblazer who allowed me to have that, and this, and this, I thank you so much for this opportunity that I share with these extraordinary women, and my lover Meryl Streep. Thank you.
26. Siskel & Ebert (1986 TV Series)
Now, I said you couldn't sit through this movie if you had any common sense. Why not? Well, because the following things take place inside the Hancock building: Whole apartments become filled with snow and ice, corridors are filled with steam, the parking garage and the swimming pool freeze over, several cars explode and turn the garage into a roaring inferno, you saw the bottomless pit, the sprinkler system floods the place, the elevators raise up and down like yo-yo's, windows are broken and yet at no point do any policemen or any firemen ever turn up, nor does any of this ever make the papers. Amazing. In fact, nobody seems to notice this.
27. Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This (2014 TV Movie)
You've got the funnies. You exhaust yourself being funny off-stage. I mean, you should be boring, like all the others. I mean, look at Tony Hancock. Without an audience he was as funny as cancer.
28. The Very Best of 'Have I Got News for You' (2002 Video)
Sheila Hancock's a respected actress! You drag her along here and go "How do you spell 'it'?"! She's a respected actress!
29. Seffy D (2008 Short Film)
What if Seffy D was alive in the 1700s? Would he have been one of America's founding fathers? I think so. You know, just imagine how different America would have been today. Instead of giving your "John Hancock" you'd be giving your "Seffy D".
29 titles.