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Monty Python's Flying Circus - Set 7 (Epi. 40-45)

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Six episodes: The Golden Age of Ballooning," Michael Ellis," The Light Entertainment," Hamlet," Mr. Neytron" and Party Political Broadcast." 2 DVDs. 1974/color/3 hrs/NR/fullscreen.

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Monty Python: Holy Trinity (Monty Python and the Holy Grail / Life of Brian / The Meaning of Life) (with T-Shirt and "Monty Python Speaks" Book)

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The Holy Grail of the Holy Grail. Monty Python's Holy Trinity Box Set, which includes Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Monty Python's Life of Brian, Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, this set also includes the bonus Evolution T-Shirt, and the Monty Python Speaks Book....this is the ultimate collector edition for the Monty Python Fan.

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Monty Python's Flying Circus, Disc 8

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Brand: Axis Communications
Model: 0613-001

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Still loony after all these years. This volume contains episodes 23 through 26 from the second groundbreaking season of Monty Python's Flying Circus. For discriminating collectors and recent initiates, episode 23 may not show the legendary troupe to its best advantage. But even average Monty Python is funnier and more inventive than, say, a new episode of Saturday Night Live. It does include some cherished bits of Pythonia, including the animated Conrad Poohs and His Dancing Teeth and the Fish License sketch. But the foreign film parody and the epic Scott of the Antarctic are for aficionados only.

The final episodes of the second season, however, were fit for the Queen. These three episodes "give new meaning to the word 'vomit.'" No, wait: That's the ill-advised ad campaign devised by Eric Idle's S. Frog for Conquistador Coffee, a very silly sketch that begins this volume with a jolt of comedic caffeine. Among the "humorous vignettes and spoofs" that appear here include classic and cherished bits from the Python pantheon, including an ad for American Defense; the training film How Not to Be Seen; the alleged Hungarian-English phrasebook; Crackpot Religions, Ltd; World Forum, in which questions about Cup finals stump Marx, Lenin, Chairman Mao, and Che; the Hospital for Over-Acting; the exploding Blue Danube; and the immortal ode to Spam.

The season-ending royal episode, which concludes this DVD, is a particular favorite. John Cleese soberly informs viewers that Her Royal Majesty will tune in during the course of the show (she is presently watching The Virginian). One wonders how she would stomach the Lifeboat and Undertaker cannibalism sketches that inspire the outraged studio audience to rush the stage in mock revolt. --Donald Liebenson

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Monty Python's Flying Circus, Season 1 [VHS]

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In 1969, five overeducated British comics and an American illustrator invaded the homes of unsuspecting BBC viewers with a brand of comedy that was, at the very least, odd. "Absurd," "bizarre," and "incomprehensible" are other descriptions that jump to mind. Nonetheless, this wacky sextet inaugurated an absurd tradition that continued through three-and-a-half seasons of half-hour TV episodes, a series of live performances, a handful of movies, and a legacy of dead parrots and upper-class twits. Monty Python's Flying Circus, Season 1 features the first series of episodes foisted on a still-reeling public, introducing running gags ("And now for something completely different") and recurring characters (an armor-clad Terry Gilliam wielding a rubber chicken, Graham Chapman's pompous Colonel intruding on sketches he deems simply too silly, and of course Michael Palin's "It's a Man" wandered through the entire season). Among the sketch highlights are Nudge Nudge, the Funniest Joke in the World, How to Defend Yourself from a Man Attacking You with Fresh Fruit, Confuse a Cat, and The Dull Life of a City Stockbroker, all interspersed with various and sundry cut-out-animation sequences by Terry Gilliam. Also here are the Lumberjack Song, the Dead Parrot sketch, and the epic Science Fiction sketch (featuring the tennis-mad Blancmanges from outer space), and John Cleese announcing, "And now for something completely different" with all the authority of a BBC announcer who suddenly finds his news desk hijacked by mobsters. Some of these early episodes may lack the consistency and stream-of-consciousness flow of their later, more assured work, but they're packed with some of the most memorable moments of the group's brief but brilliant history. The Pythons hit their first-season stride in the middle episodes, in which clever sketches and strange and wonderful linking gags come together in a wierd logic, but if the final episodes of the series flag compared to their comic peak, their brand of comic madness infects every episode with moments of pure lunatic magic. --Sean Axmaker


Monty Python's Flying Circus, Disc 6

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Disc 6 of the Monty Python's Flying Circus series comprises three episodes from the second season. Beginning with one of Monty Python's best, episode 17, "The Buzz Aldrin Show," is a must-own for fans of the Gumbys. Those thick-headed, handkerchief-bedecked and suspender-clad characters introduce a trio of classic sketches, including The Architect Sketch, in which slaughterhouse-designer John Cleese unveils his design for a residential block of flats ("The tenants are carried along on the corridor on a conveyor belt in extreme comfort past murals depicting Mediterranean scenes toward the rotating knives...."). Jones, yet again, shines in a brilliant bit of Bondian nonsense, The Bishop. Episode 18 is also a knockout, with John Cleese as Ken Clear-Air System, a boxer with a "brain problem." (His opponent, Petulia Wilcox, who is "keen on knitting and likes Cliff Richard records," is portrayed by Connie Booth, the former Mrs. Cleese and coauthor of Fawlty Towers.) Other highlights include the last meeting of the Society for Putting Things on Top of Other Things. Eric Idle has a brief but memorable bit as a butcher who is alternately rude and polite to confused customer Michael Palin. Episode 19 is vintage Python, with characters that have entered the fan lexicon, including Graham Chapman's Raymond Luxury Yacht (it's pronounced "Throatwarbler Mangrove") and Terry Jones's Mr. Dibley, an unfortunate filmmaker who is the victim of "petty critical nibbling" over his films Midnight Cowboy, Rear Window, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Finigan's Rainbow (starring the Man from the Off-Licence), which even Dibley admits is "10 seconds of solid boredom." Eric Idle appears as one of his signature characters, smarmy, self-absorbed talk show host Timmy Williams, whom desperate friend Terry Jones makes the mistake of seeking out for counsel. --Donald Liebenson

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  • Live from the Grill-O-Mat Snack Bar, we present The Architect Sketch, How to Give Up Being A Mason, Motor Insurance Sketch with Nude Lady, The Society for Putting Things On Top of Other Things, An Interview with Raymond Luxury Yacht, The Man Who is Alternately Rude and Polite, "Blackmail" and Dung. Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: TELEVISION Rating: NR Age: 733961700497 UPC: 

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Monty Python Meaning Of Life Special Edition [DVD]

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Life of Brian / Monty Python and the Holy Grail - Set [Import anglais]

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