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This unassuming case is packed with 16 tons of funny: 14 discs of MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS, packed with every episode from the programme's four year run, plus 2 MONTY PYTHON LIVE! discs featuring - well, you figure it out.
While to the uninitiated they may look like ordinary .65 oz. digital video discs, due to the unique physics of comedy (it's like quantum but with fewer dead cats), each disc actually weighs a full metaphoric ton! Please remember to lift with your knees.
Jump right to your favorite sketches in The Flying Circus with this index!
Disc 1: The Funniest Joke in the World, The Wrestling Episode, and Nudge Nudge
Disc 2: Art Critic, Silly Job Interview, and Crunchy Frog
Disc 3: Dead Parrot, Lumberjack Song, and Vocational Guidance Counselor
Disc 4: Undertaker's Film, Upperclass Twit of the Year, and Albatross
Disc 5: The Ministry of Silly Walks, The Spanish Inquisition, and Complaints
Disc 6: The Bishop, Blackmail, and Dung
Disc 7: Attila the Nun, Silly Vicar, and Exploding Penquin on the TV Set
Disc 8: Scott of the Antarctic, Dirty Hungarian Phrase-book, and Exploding Blue Danube
Disc 9: Icelandic Saga, Fish-Slapping Dance, and Argument Clinic
Disc 10: 'Blood, Devastation, War, and Horror', Mount Everest Climbed by Hairdressers, and Gumby Brain Specialists
Disc 11: Cheese Shop, A Naked Man, and The Olympic Hide and Seek Final
Disc 12: Elizabethan Pornography Smugglers, Kamikaze Scotsman, and Penguins
Disc 13: Montgolfier Brothers, Department Store, and RAF Banter
Disc 14: Hamlet and Ophelia, Mr. Neutron, and Most Awful Family in Britain
Disc 15: Live at the Hollywood Bowl, Monty Python Live at Aspen
Disc 16: Parrot Sketch Not Included, Monty Python's Fliegender Zirkus: German Episode #1
Monty Python TV shows, movies, records, and books are a time capsule of their anarchic lunacy. But more precious is an audience with Python, and as close as we can get is Live at the Hollywood Bowl, the long-sought-after 1982 concert film in which the Fab Six perform their greatest hits before a wildly enthusiastic crowd. Robert Klein moderates Live at Aspen, the irreverent 1998 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival tribute that reunited John Cleese, Eric Idle, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, and Terry Jones onstage for the first time in 18 years on the occasion of the troupe's 30th anniversary. Highlights include a shockingly funny moment involving Graham Chapman's ashes, and a joyous "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" sing-along. Less essential is 1989's clip show Parrot Sketch Not Included: 20 Years of Python, which also does not include "The Oscar Wilde Sketch," "Cheese Shop," "Nudge-Nudge," and many other signature sketches. --Donald Liebenson
Every episode from the TV series. I was hoping the 90s A&E special reunion stuff was on here but it's not. There are some cool extras though. The color seems weak...Published 1 month ago by M. Kellar
I was lucky enough to be able to get CBC back when I was growing up and was able to watch the Flying Circus and this collection packs everyone of those classic episodes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by BVJim
I'll tell you what's wrong with it, my lad. He's dead, that's what's wrong with it.
No no, he's uh... he's resting.
We interrupt the Internet Movie Database because it's gotten too silly! I've noticed a tendency for the IMDb to get rather silly. Read morePublished 3 months ago by classicalsteve
great gift for my husband he will love it i buy christmas ealy every year this one was on sale thank you for a great produtPublished 3 months ago by Michael B. Barron
An essential compendium of this great series.Published 5 months ago by Floccinaucinihilipilification
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A lot of new blu-ray releases, particularly old movies, do not have subtitles for deaf and hard of hearing. So I would like to see a law that requires all movies on DVD or blu-ray have SHD. In other words, it is not fair to deaf and hard of hearing.
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Dear Department of Redundancy Department,
I would like to complain that the title of this thread violates and tramples on the Big Great Redundancy Act Law of 2007, the Year After 2006. Inasmuch as the words, "childish" and "juvenile" have the same meaning, Mr. One has... Read More
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Yes! Hill is much greater.
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I've never seen Benny Hill, but I love Monty Python!!
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