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Benny Hill: The World's Favorite Clown (1991)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary  -  20 December 1991 (UK)
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I loved this special
31 May 2005 | by (Lubbock, TX) – See all my reviews

I had forgotten this was ever on until I was reading this on IMDb. I saw this one time, over a decade ago, and it was a heart felt tribute to a comedian, Mr Benny Hill, who had become a worldwide sensation. Benny had always been popular in England, but when his shows were rerun in the US in the 1980's, he led his own "British invasion" of comedy. His humor wasn't topical, political, or led by insults, but it was wonderful, warm, and witty. The writing was superb, and his timing (faces, lines, falls, etc...) was something to be seen. Benny Hill was a comic genius, and I wish he was still alive and making new shows. This special was a tribute to Benny and should be seen by those who loved Benny and his incredible sense of humor.


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