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Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
the best bits from the show re-shot in higher quality. A fantastic way to get into Python
Guy Meltzer almost 4 years ago
anything python is liquid gold
Lachie Munro almost 5 years ago
A showcase of the comedy greats. I was in tears - very unique and completely different!
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Josh Perkins over 6 years ago
And Now for Something Completely Different is a film spin-off from the television comedy series Monty Python's Flying Circus featuring favorite sketches from the first two seasons. The title was used as a catchphrase in the television show. The film, released in 1971, consists of 90 minutes of the best sketches seen in the first two series of the television show. The sketches were remade on film without an audience, and were intended for an American audience which had not yet seen the series. The announcer (John Cleese) uses the phrase "and now for something completely different" several times during the film, in situations such as being roasted on a spit and lying on top of the desk in a small, pink bikini. This was the Pythons' first feature film, composed of some of the best sketches from the first two series of the Flying Circus, re-shot on an extremely low budget (and often slightly edited) for cinema release. Some famous sketches included are: the "Dead Parrot" sketch, "The...
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