Benny Hill


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Noun1.Benny Hill - risque English comedian (1925-1992)
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But in 1970 almost 99 per cent of milk was still delivered to the door - with comedian Benny Hill even making the charts with his hit Ernie (The Fastest Milkman in THEWEST), one of former Prime Minister David Cameron's Desert Island Discs picks.
PUNK rock queen Hazel O'Connor claims TV comic Benny Hill asked her for sexual favours in return for a job.
EIGHTIES punk queen Hazel O'Connor today claims she was sexually assaulted by Benny Hill.
THEATRE Benny Hill, the comedian, writer, actor and singer, passed away on April 20, 1992, at the age of 68.
AN arts centre has been blasted for organising a Benny Hill fun run, urging people to wear nurses' outfits and race around a park to the tune of Yakety Sax.
I don't think I will ever forget careering around uncontrollably with a fellow fifty-something friend, laughing hysterically as we literally bounced off the walls, listening to the song my son thought would be the most appropriate one to play in these ridiculous circumstances - the Benny Hill Theme Tune.
AMBULANCE staff are channelling Benny Hill in the latest amazing Running Man Challenge dance video.
There we were imagining life at the sharp end of global politics was like The West Wing when it's more like an episode of Benny Hill from 1973.
OBJECTIONABLE': Alice Copper, and, left from top, A Clockwork Orange, Benny Hill and Dave Allen.
Then there's the curious case of Nicklas Bendtner, who spent the summer insisting that a gaggle of Europe's biggest clubs have been chasing him in the style of Benny Hill running amok at a Miss World contest.
She said that her love for all things British started when her grandfather watched repeats of 'The Benny Hill Show' on television.
A DOCTOR previously suspended for behaving like a Benny Hill character with nurses could be struck off for possessing child porn.