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News: Meet A Python! Terry Jones to Make Book Signing Appearance This Saturday

Terry Jones, Monty Python’s Flying Circus alumni and children’s author, is the inventive genius behind 5* “…maelstrom of colour, activity, and wonder” Nicobobinus, currently playing at the LOST Theatre, London. 88 more words

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Review of Michael Palin Diaries Volume 1: The Python Years 1969-1979

What can be better than reading the memoirs of someone you admire to get a glimpse of what happened during one of the most important eras of their life? 529 more words

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Is Khristmas in Your Dictionary?

In Monty Python’s Bookshop Sketch, a customer comes in looking for various books, including “A Khristman Karol” and “Knickerless Knickleby.” Alas, the peeved Proprietor has never heard of them, at least not with those spellings. 474 more words

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Monty Python's Flying Circus - Series One, Episode Thirteen - Intermission

First up is a Restaurant sketch with Cleese and Idle as husband and wife.  Idle is good value as the complaining wife (“Ooh I don’t like this, Ooh I don’t like that. 664 more words

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Monty Python's Flying Circus - Series One, Episode Twelve - The Naked Ant

The Naked Ant opens with Idle and Cleese as two office workers who watch as their colleagues jump to their deaths.

Idle: Did you see somebody go past the window?

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Monty Python's Flying Circus - Series One, Episode Eleven - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Goes To The Bathroom

So far, we’ve seen a variety of linking devices used throughout the series – this one features a group of undertakers (with Terry Jones as a suitably ghoulish one – “Are you nervy, irritable, depressed, tired of life?  695 more words

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Monty Python's Flying Circus - Series One, Episode Ten

There’s more playing with the conventions of television at the start of this one – the first sketch can’t begin until a plumber (Palin), who’s relaxing at home, has traveled to television centre to take part in the sketch.  567 more words

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