His television program, The Benny Hill Show, featured him in innumerable short sketches (along with Henry McGee, Carol Cleveland, and others) portraying a leering, lecherous, never-quite-succeeding, yet charming protagonist. Slapstick and double entendre were his hallmark. He used speeded up film and sight gags to create what he called "live animation". He was also a skilled composer and singer of patter songs. His shows were seen in over 100 countries across the World.
The Benny Hill Show (1969-1989) is in syndication and is available on videotape in the US. (There is far less material currently available in the UK.) The syndicated version consists of 111 half-hour episodes, re-edited from the original hour-long specials made by Thames Television and screened on Britain's ITV network three or four times a year. Half-hour edits also appeared on ITV, although the contents may be different from the syndicated versions. In 1989 Thames dropped Hill because his material was no longer considered politically correct. He later recorded some shows for US television.
His audio recordings include Gather In The Mushrooms (1961), Transistor Radio (1961), Harvest Of Love (1963), Ernie (The Fastest Milkman In The West) (1971), among many others.
Here is an example of his doggerel: