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|Iconic Comedy Spotlight Collection (The Big Lebowski / American Pie / Monty Python's The Meaning of Life)
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The Big Lebowski: The Coen brothers’ hilariously quirky comedy about bowling, a severed toe, White Russians and a guy named…The Dude, stars Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi, Philip Seymour Hoffman and John Turturro. Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life: The Monty Python crew, including John Cleese and Eric Idle, offer sketches involving favorite body parts and bodily functions, the wonders of war, the miracle of birth and a special preview of what's waiting for us in Heaven. American Pie: An ensemble cast led by Jason Biggs delivers a hilarious look at the raging hormones of four “unlucky in love” high school friends who make the ultimate pact: lose their virginity by prom night.
|Monty Python Live!
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More madcap shenanigans from the chaps whose "Flying Circus" still goes full tilt. Spontaneity rules when their anything-can-happen antics are captured live during appearances at the Hollywood Bowl and the Aspen Comedy Festival. A highlight is the infamou
|Monty Python and Now For Something Completely Different / Life of Brian / Holy Grail / Meaning of Life | 4 Discs | NON-USA Format | PAL | Region 4 Import - Australia
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AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT: Get ready for Monty Python very first feature film based on the best skits and bits of their legendary BBC comedy series Monty Python's Flying Circus. Join John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Gra ...
|Monty Python - Live (mostly) one down five to go
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UK Released DVD/Blu-Ray item. It MAY NOT play on regular US DVD/Blu-Ray player. You may need a multi-region US DVD/Blu-Ray player to play this item. De reÃ¼nie van het Monty Python-team voor een serie live optredens in de O2 in Londen was de meest langverwachte comedy evenement van het jaar.. Nadat de eerste datum bekend werd gemaakt raakten alle 20.000 tickets uitverkocht in een verbazingwekkende 43 seconden. Meer data werden gestaag toegevoegd uiteindelijk culminerend in 10 uitverkochte shows. Monty Python is de meest invloedrijke comedy act aller tijden en de shows zijn een en al zingen. dansen. spectaculaire klassieke sketches en liedjes. sommige van hen krijgt een nieuwe. eigentijdse draai.
|Monty Python's Flying Circus: Set 1, Episodes 1-6
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Six episodes: Whither Canada," Sex & Violence," How to Recognize Different Types of Trees from Quite a Long Way Away," Owl-Stretching Time," Man's Crisis of Identity in the Latter Half of the Twentieth Century" and It's the Arts." 6 episodes on 2 DVDs. 1969/color/3 hrs., 30 min/NR/fullscreen.
- Contains episodes 1-6 from Season 1 of Monty Python s Flying CircusVery possiby the most tragic waste of Oxbridge educations ever broadcast. The programme that made all of America sit up and say: what? That put Spam back in the national pantry, launched crossdressing as a national craze, and made Rene Descartes a household name. Now it s back in its original order--the first six episodes of the pr
|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.
|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 The Meaning of Life - 30th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UltraViolet) by Universal Studios
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|Monty Python and Holy Grail (English audio)
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NOTICE: Polish Release, cover may contain Polish text/markings. The disk has English audio.
- Polish Release, cover may contain Polish text/markings. The disk has English audio.
|Monty Python's Flying Circus, Disc 2
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MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS SET.1-VOL.2
Once upon a time, six unruly schoolboys found that the BBC was giving money to people with rather ridiculous ideas for shows. Thus was born Monty Python's Flying Circus, easily the most ridiculous show in the history of television. In episode 4, "Owl-Stretching Time," no owls are actually stretched or harmed in any way, but Terry Jones tries to undress on the beach ("It's a Man's Life Taking Off Your Clothes in Public"), Arthur Lemming of the BDA foils a dastardly plot ("It's a Man's Life in the British Dental Association"), and John Cleese barks instructions to a class learning to defend themselves against assailants armed with fresh fruit. The transitions and flow are still a little choppy and their writing not quite up to the levels of future seasons, but the essential mix of anarchy, inanity, and outrageousness is all there in classic sketches, running gags, and Python's ever-popular penchant for deflating figures of authority. As Monty Python got into the groove of absurdity on a weekly schedule, they began creating some of their most memorable characters. Gumby is one such figure, a screaming idiot in knickers and a handkerchief on his head. It seems so fitting that he would make his first appearance in "Man's Identity Crisis at the Latter Half of the Twentieth Century" (a.k.a. episode 5), albeit in a primitive form (if that's not an oxymoron). But no, that's not enough for the Pythons, who pack this episode with the extremely silly Confuse a Cat, the not-quite-as-silly Erotic Film highlights, and the slightly-more-silly John Cleese interviewing not-quite-so-silly Graham Chapman for a management training course with questions a public-school education never prepared him for. Episode 6, "It's the Arts," features the ever-popular Dull Life of a City Stockbroker, Graham Chapman as an insane (and very loud) American film producer, and a lovely assortment of treats from the Whizzo Chocolate Company (their specialty is Crunchy Frog, but I hear the Anthrax Ripple is also quite good). These episodes are light on favorite skits but exhibit a confidence in the free-association logic that became the hallmark of the show. --Sean Axmaker
- This volume contains ample duck, Cat and Lizard, Clocks Smuggled Directly From Switzerland, erotic film, the finest crunchy raw unboned real dead frog, Excerpts From The Dull Life Of A City Stockbroker, a very silly job interview, Scotsman On A Horse, The Flemish Masters Of The Renaissance, a man undressing in public, self-defense against fresh fruit and Secret Service Denistry. Format: DVD MOV
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