With a unique brand of muffed magic, mirth and music, Tommy Cooper was a constant presence on TV for four decades - instantly recognised by his imposing height, lame jokes, (deliberately) bad timing and trademark fez. He always produced critical and commercially successful shows and, out of his entire output, perhaps his finest moments were the nine editions of the Tommy Cooper Hour, produced by Thames in the 1970s. Join Tommy in these nine shows (including Christmas Species) and see: the incredible 'One Man Theatre', in which our hero plays four hundred different parts! See the only holder of black belt in defensive origami! How to cook a duck egg omelette, how to play snooker with a sand-wedge, the correct way to ride an ostrich, a visit to a tailor to have his suit destroyed and the exploding Scout Master! Watch Tommy drive a van over a steeplechase course, take on a heavyweight boxer, ruin a soul singer's performance, give a new dimension to the Frankenstein monster and drive a TV doctor to the point of tears. And that's not the half of it!