Monty Python Deutsch Platz 9: John Cleese solo
Monty Python [ˌmɒnti ˈpaɪθən] (Audio-Datei / Hörbeispiel anhören) war eine britische Komikergruppe. Sie wurde gegründet und hatte ihre Blütezeit in. Dank Alfred Biolek gibt es eine ganz besondere Folge der Monty Pythons - eine ganz auf Deutsch. Wohlgemerkt: Cleese und Co. sprechen selbst! Ein Fest! Übersetzung im Kontext von „von Monty Python“ in Deutsch-Spanisch von Reverso Context: Stripes, Casablanca, und alles von Monty Python. Übersetzung im Kontext von „Monty Python's“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: German premiere for Monty Python's Spamalot. Many translated example sentences containing "Monty Python sketch" – German-English dictionary and search engine for German translations.
Übersetzung im Kontext von „Monty Python's“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: German premiere for Monty Python's Spamalot. Many translated example sentences containing "Monty Python sketch" – German-English dictionary and search engine for German translations. Übersetzung Deutsch-Englisch für monty Python im PONS Online-Wörterbuch nachschlagen! Gratis Vokabeltrainer, Verbtabellen, Aussprachefunktion.
Monty Python Deutsch - InhaltsverzeichnisBewusst wurden Sketche und ganze Folgen im Widerspruch zu den Sehgewohnheiten als Bewusstseinsstrom inszeniert. Armstrong den Mond, in Woodstock findet ein Musikfes- tival statt und die britische Komikertruppe Monty Python überzieht die westliche Welt mit schrillem Humor. US 87 11 Wo. You will find objects , which you would only have assumed otherwise with Monty Python.. Die norwegischen Blaupapageien haben eine seltene Gabe: Sie können sich hervorragend tot stellen. Galaxy Song The Meaning of Life. Übersetzung Deutsch-Englisch für monty Python im PONS Online-Wörterbuch nachschlagen! Gratis Vokabeltrainer, Verbtabellen, Aussprachefunktion.
Welsh coal miners dispute a fine point of history. Lifeboat survivors debate who they'd rather eat. And now, it's the Flying Circus, taking a cycling tour and featuring rarely seen restored sketches that were censored by the BBC.
Whicker Island is overpopulated by television interviewers. A couple embarks on an adventurous expedition. Classic theater performed in a slenderizing garment melts the pounds away.
The BBC runs low on funding. A film director is accused of impersonating Visconti. A husband requests meals with less rat. A client pays for a professional five-minute argument.
A merchant banker tries to grasp the concept of charity. Nature's brutal competition is documented. A pantomime horse becomes an action movie hero.
Competitors summarize Proust in evening wear. The fire brigade phone keeps ringing off the hook. Anne Elk has a new theory about the brontosaurus.
Ordinary mums battle strikers, the left wing and artistic indecency. A Gumby's brain hurts. The groovy new Royal Navy insists it is cannibal-free.
Fictional adventurer Biggles tries to dictate a letter. A cheese shop is oddly uncontaminated by cheese.
Sam Peckinpah's new film is true to form. On a cycling tour of Cornwall, clueless Mr. Pither ends up on a perilous journey accompanied by a traveling companion with multiple personalities.
Flats built by hypnosis are perfectly safe as long as the residents believe in them. Paraguay is getting warmer during the Hide-and-Seek finals.
The Tudor Jobs Agency hasn't placed anyone since Henry Thripshaw craves the glory and fame of having a disease named after him. Heavyweights fight to be named Oxford Professor of Fine Arts.
Highway bandit Dennis Moore struggles with the complexity of redistributing wealth. Scottish soldiers train to be kamikazes.
A man considers using the phrase "No time to lose. Oscar Wilde and other society gadflies accuse each other of witty remarks.
Neutron and party political broadcasts. The surprising history of "The Golden Age of Ballooning" includes Ferdinand von Zeppelin's murderous insistence that his airship is not a balloon.
It's hard to get good service at the ant counter. Her Majesty visits an ant poetry reading. A toupee-less gentleman wants to complain about his ant.
Heroes of World War II can't decipher fighter-pilot banter. TV programming executives decide the public are idiots. A gentleman enjoys "woody" words.
Hamlet consults a psychiatrist. A boxer wins the championship despite his lack of a head. Queen Victoria pulls ahead in the Queen Victoria Handicap.
To protect the world from the danger of Mr. Neutron, the supreme commander of F. Living in extreme luxury, the rich make an appeal.
A naturalist pursues an African tree. Call Netflix Netflix. The Monty Python players make their mark with a winning mix of wit, ingenuity and brilliant timing -- and a penchant for mockery and cross-dressing.
Watch all you want for free. Episodes Monty Python's Flying Circus. Series 1 Series 2 Series 3 Series 4. Release year: Whither Canada 31m.
Owl-Stretching Time 29m. It's the Arts 30m. You're No Fun Anymore 30m. Full Frontal Nudity 29m. The Ant, an Introduction 29m.
Untitled 31m. The Naked Ant 32m. Intermission 29m. Face the Press 30m. The Spanish Inquisition 30m. Deja Vu 30m.
The Buzz Aldrin Show 30m. Live from the Grill-O-Mat 30m. It's a Living 30m. The Attila the Hun Show 27m. Archaeology Today 29m. How to Recognize Different Parts of the Body 30m.
Scott of the Antarctic 30m. How Not to Be Seen 29m. Spam 30m. Royal Episode 13 30m. Whicker's World 31m. Brian Norris' Ford Popular 29m.
The Money Programme 29m. Blood, Devastation, Death, War and Horror 30m. The War Against Pornography 28m.
Salad Days 29m. The Cycling Tour 31m. The Nude Organist 31m. Henry Thripshaw's Disease 28m. Dennis Moore 31m.
A Book at Bedtime 27m. Grandstand 27m. The Golden Age of Ballooning 28m. The Pythons used the British tradition of cross-dressing comedy by donning frocks and makeup and playing female roles themselves while speaking in falsetto.
Generally speaking, female roles were played by women only when the scene specifically required that the character be sexually attractive although sometimes they used Idle for this.
The troupe later turned to Carol Cleveland , who co-starred in numerous episodes after In some episodes, and later in Monty Python's Life of Brian , they took the idea one step further by playing women who impersonated men in the stoning scene.
Many sketches are well-known and widely quoted. The show eventually returned, becoming a fixture on the network during the first half of the s.
Sketches from Monty Python's Flying Circus were introduced to American audiences in August , with the release of the Python film And Now for Something Completely Different , featuring sketches from series 1 and 2 of the television show.
This release met with limited box office success. The concept was to show clips from comedy shows produced in other countries, including tape of the Python sketches "Bicycle Repairman" and "The Dull Life of a Stockbroker".
There was also cross-promotion from FM radio stations across the US, whose airing of tracks from the Python LPs had already introduced American audiences to this bizarre brand of comedy.
Completely Different film, with much greater box office success. In ABC broadcast two minute Monty Python specials, each with three shows, but cut out a total of 24 minutes from each, in part to make time for commercials, and in part to avoid upsetting their audience.
As the judge observed in Gilliam v. American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. In Monty Python became the top rated show in Japan.
Believed to be a world first, the official sign asks pedestrians to cross the road in a comical manner. Having considered the possibility at the end of the second season, Cleese left the Flying Circus at the end of the third.
He later explained that he felt he no longer had anything fresh to offer the show, and claimed that only two Cleese- and Chapman-penned sketches in the third series "Dennis Moore" and the "Cheese Shop" were truly original, and that the others were bits and pieces from previous work cobbled together in slightly different contexts.
According to an interview with Idle, "It was on an Air Canada flight on the way to Toronto , when John Cleese turned to all of us and said 'I want out.
I don't know. He gets bored more easily than the rest of us. He's a difficult man, not easy to be friendly with. He's so funny because he never wanted to be liked.
That gives him a certain fascinating, arrogant freedom. The others all loved it, but he got more and more pissed off about having to come out and do filming, and the one that really swung it, in my view, was when we had to do the day on the Newhaven lifeboat.
The rest of the group carried on for one more "half" season before calling a halt to the programme in While the first three seasons contained 13 episodes each, the fourth ended after just six.
When a new direction for "Grail" was decided upon, the subplot of Arthur and his knights wandering around a strange department store in modern times was lifted out and recycled as the aforementioned TV episode.
The Pythons' first feature film was directed by Ian MacNaughton , reprising his role from the television series. It consisted of sketches from the first two seasons of the Flying Circus , reshot on a low budget and often slightly edited for cinema release.
The group did not consider the film a success. In , between production on the third and fourth seasons, the group decided to embark on their first "proper" feature film, containing entirely new material.
Again, the latter also contributed linking animations and put together the opening credits. Along with the rest of the Pythons, Jones and Gilliam performed several roles in the film, but Chapman took the lead as King Arthur.
Cleese returned to the group for the film, feeling that they were once again breaking new ground. The backers of the film wanted to cut the famous Black Knight scene a Sam Peckinpah send-up in which the Black Knight loses his limbs in a duel , but it was eventually kept in the movie.
Following the success of Holy Grail , reporters asked for the title of the next Python film, though the team had not even begun to consider a third one.
Eventually, Idle flippantly replied "Jesus Christ — Lust for Glory", which became the group's stock answer to such questions.
Despite sharing a distrust of organised religion, they agreed not to mock Jesus or his teachings directly.
They also mentioned that they could not think of anything legitimate to make fun of about him. The focus therefore shifted to a separate individual, Brian Cohen, born at the same time, and in a neighbouring stable, to Jesus.
When Jesus appears in the film first, as a baby in the stable, and then later on the Mount , speaking the Beatitudes , he is played straight by actor Kenneth Colley and portrayed with respect.
The comedy begins when members of the crowd mishear his statements of peace, love, and tolerance "I think he said, 'Blessed are the cheesemakers ' ".
Directing duties were handled solely by Jones, having amicably agreed with Gilliam that Jones' approach to film-making was better suited for Python's general performing style.
Holy Grail's production had often been stilted by their differences behind the camera. Gilliam again contributed two animated sequences one being the opening credits and took charge of set design.
The film was shot on location in Tunisia , the finances being provided this time by The Beatles ' George Harrison , who together with Denis O'Brien formed the production company Hand-Made Films for the movie.
Despite its subject matter attracting controversy, particularly upon its initial release, it has together with its predecessor been ranked among the greatest comedy films.
They did a great satire on closed minds and people who follow blindly. Then you have them splitting into factions They were satirising fundamentalism and persecution of others and at the same time saying the one person who rises above all this was Jesus".
Filmed at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles during preparations for The Meaning of Life , this was a concert film directed by Terry Hughes in which the Pythons performed sketches from the television series in front of an audience.
The Pythons' final film returned to something structurally closer to the style of Flying Circus. A series of sketches loosely follows the ages of man from birth to death.
Directed again by Jones solo, The Meaning of Life is embellished with some of the group's most bizarre and disturbing moments, as well as various elaborate musical numbers, which include " Galaxy Song " performed by Idle and " Every Sperm Is Sacred " performed by Palin and Jones.
The Liver Donor scene which sees someone come to a man's door to take his liver, to which he says: "No, no, I'm not dead", before being told: "Oooh, it doesn't say that on the form" , is a satire on bureaucracy, a common Python trope.
Under his helm, though, the segment grew so ambitious and tangential that it was cut from the movie and used as a supporting feature in its own right.
Television screenings also use it as a prologue. This was the last project on which all six Pythons collaborated, except for the compilation Parrot Sketch Not Included , where they are all seen sitting in a closet for four seconds.
This was the last time Chapman appeared on screen with the Pythons. Members of Python contributed their services to charitable endeavours and causes—sometimes as an ensemble, at other times as individuals.
The cause that has been the most frequent and consistent beneficiary has been the human rights work of Amnesty International. Between and , the troupe or its members appeared in four major fund-raisers for Amnesty—known collectively as the Secret Policeman's Ball shows—which were turned into multiple films, TV shows, videos, record albums, and books.
The brainchild of John Cleese, these benefit shows in London and their many spin-offs raised considerable sums of money for Amnesty, raised public and media awareness of the human rights cause, and influenced many other members of the entertainment community especially rock musicians to become involved in political and social issues.
It sowed a seed Ball co-founder Cleese and Jones had an involvement as performer, writer or director in all four Amnesty benefit shows, Palin in three, Chapman in two, and Gilliam in one.
Idle did not participate in the Amnesty shows. In this first show, they were collectively billed as Monty Python. Peter Cook deputised for the absent Idle in a courtroom sketch.
Since the Balls featured newer generations of British comedic performers, such as Stephen Fry , Hugh Laurie , and puppets from the satirical TV show Spitting Image , with many attributing their participation in the show to their desire to emulate the Python's pioneering work for Amnesty.
Cleese and Palin made a brief cameo appearance in the Amnesty show; apart from that, the Pythons have not appeared in shows after the first four.
Each member has pursued various film, television, and stage projects since the break-up of the group, but often continued to work with one another.
Many of these collaborations were very successful, most notably A Fish Called Wanda , written by Cleese, in which he starred along with Palin. The pair also appeared in Time Bandits , a film directed by Gilliam, who wrote it together with Palin.
Gilliam directed Jabberwocky , and also directed and co-wrote Brazil , which featured Palin, and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen , which featured Idle.
Jones also appeared in the pilot episode and Cleese appeared in a nonspeaking part in the episode "Golden Gordon". Jones' film Erik the Viking also has Cleese playing a small part.
It featured four members of Monty Python: Jones as Mr. Toad, Idle as Ratty, Cleese as Mr. Toad's lawyer, and Palin as the Sun.
Gilliam was considered for the voice of the river. The film included Steve Coogan who played Mole. The theatrical phenomenon of the Python musical Spamalot has made Idle the most financially successful of the troupe after Python.
For the work's premiere at the Luminato festival in Toronto which commissioned the work , Idle himself sang the "baritone-ish" part.
Since The Meaning of Life , their last project as a team, the Pythons have often been the subject of reunion rumours. Several occasions since have occurred when the surviving five members have gathered together for appearances—albeit not formal reunions.
Toad's Wild Ride. Monty Python were the inaugural recipients of the Empire Inspiration Award in On 9 October , to commemorate 30 years since the first Flying Circus television broadcast, BBC2 devoted an evening to Python programmes, including a documentary charting the history of the team, interspersed with new sketches by the Monty Python team filmed especially for the event.
The surviving Pythons had agreed in principle to perform a live tour of America in Although all had said yes, Palin later changed his mind, much to the annoyance of Idle, who had begun work organising the tour.
This led to Idle refusing to take part in the new material shot for the BBC anniversary evening. The reunion also included regular supporting contributors Neil Innes and Carol Cleveland, with a special appearance from Tom Hanks.
He said that the problem was one of busyness rather than one of bad feelings. Idle responded to queries about a Python reunion by adapting a line used by George Harrison in response to queries about a possible Beatles reunion.
When asked in November about such a possibility, Harrison responded: "As far as I'm concerned, there won't be a Beatles reunion as long as John Lennon remains dead.
The Pythons Autobiography by The Pythons , compiled from interviews with the surviving members, reveals that a series of disputes in , over a possible sequel to Holy Grail that had been conceived by Idle, may have resulted in the group's split.
Cleese's feeling was that The Meaning of Life had been personally difficult and ultimately mediocre, and did not wish to be involved in another Python project for a variety of reasons not least amongst them was the absence of Chapman, whose straight man-like central roles in the Grail and Brian films had been considered to be an essential anchoring performance.
If Graham thought something was funny, then it almost certainly was funny. You cannot believe how invaluable that is. A full, if nonperforming, reunion of the surviving Python members appeared at the March premiere of Idle's musical Spamalot , based on Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
It opened in Chicago and has since played in New York on Broadway, London, and numerous other major cities across the world. Owing in part to the success of Spamalot , PBS announced on 13 July that it would begin to re-air the entire run of Monty Python's Flying Circus and new one-hour specials focusing on each member of the group, called Monty Python's Personal Best.
In , to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the first episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus , a six-part documentary entitled Monty Python: Almost the Truth Lawyers Cut was released, featuring interviews with the surviving members of the team, as well as archive interviews with Graham Chapman and numerous excerpts from the television series and films.
The European premiere was held on 23 October The memoir A Liar's Autobiography was published in and details Chapman's journey through medical school, alcoholism, acknowledgement of his gay identity, and the tolls of surreal comedy.
Asked what was true in a deliberately fanciful account by Chapman of his life, Terry Jones joked: "Nothing Produced and directed by London-based Bill Jones, Ben Timlett, and Jeff Simpson, the new film has 15 animation companies working on chapters that will range from three to 12 minutes in length, each in a different style.
John Cleese recorded dialogue which was matched with Chapman's voice. Michael Palin voiced Chapman's father and Terry Jones voiced his mother.
Terry Gilliam voiced Graham's psychiatrist. They all play various other roles. Among the original Python group, only Eric Idle was not involved.
On 26 January , Terry Jones announced that the five surviving Pythons would reunite in a sci-fi comedy film called Absolutely Anything. It would be directed by Jones based on a script by Jones and Gavin Scott , and in addition to the Python members it would also star Simon Pegg , Kate Beckinsale and Robin Williams in his final film role.
In the Pythons lost a legal case to Mark Forstater , the film producer of Monty Python and the Holy Grail , over royalties for the derivative work Spamalot.
They proposed a reunion show to pay their legal bill. On 19 November , a new reunion was reported, following months of "secret talks". It's a bunch of wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth and make a load of money—the best one died years ago!
It was screened to 2, cinemas around the world. Nobody ever has the chance to do that. Graham Chapman was originally a medical student, joining the Footlights at Cambridge.
He completed his medical training and was legally entitled to practise as a doctor. He died of metastatic throat cancer on 4 October At Chapman's memorial service, Cleese delivered an irreverent eulogy that included all the euphemisms for being dead from the "Dead Parrot" sketch, which they had written.
Chapman's comedic fictional memoir, A Liar's Autobiography , was adapted into an animated 3D movie in John Cleese is the oldest Python.
He met his future Python writing partner, Chapman, in Cambridge. Outside of Python, he is best known for setting up the Video Arts group and for the sitcom Fawlty Towers co-written with Connie Booth, whom Cleese met during work on Python and to whom he was married for a decade.
Cleese has also co-authored several books on psychology and wrote the screenplay for the award-winning A Fish Called Wanda , in which he starred with Michael Palin.
Terry Gilliam , an American by birth, is the only member of the troupe of non-British origin. When Monty Python was first formed, two writing partnerships were already in place: Cleese and Chapman, Jones and Palin.
That left two in their own corners: Gilliam, operating solo due to the nature of his work, and Eric Idle. Regular themes in Idle's contributions were elaborate wordplay and musical numbers.
Idle's initially successful solo career faltered in the s with the failures of his film Splitting Heirs written, produced by, and starring him and 's An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn in which he starred.
He revived his career by returning to the source of his worldwide fame, adapting Monty Python material for other media. Following the success of the musical he wrote Not the Messiah , an oratorio derived from the Life of Brian.
Terry Jones has been described by other members of the team as the "heart" of the operation. Jones had a lead role in maintaining the group's unity and creative independence.
Python biographer George Perry has commented that should "[you] speak to him on subjects as diverse as fossil fuels , or Rupert Bear , or mercenaries in the Middle Ages or Modern China However, Jones' passion often led to prolonged arguments with other group members—in particular Cleese—with Jones often unwilling to back down.
Since his major contributions were largely behind the scenes direction, writing , and he often deferred to the other members of the group as an actor, Jones' importance to Python was often under-rated.
However, he does have the legacy of delivering possibly the most famous line in all of Python, as Brian's mother Mandy in Life of Brian , "He's not the Messiah, he's a very naughty boy!
The two also wrote the series Ripping Yarns together. Palin and Jones originally wrote face-to-face, but soon found it was more productive to write apart and then come together to review what the other had written.
Therefore, Jones and Palin's sketches tended to be more focused than that of the others, taking one bizarre situation, sticking to it, and building on it.
His comedy output began to decrease in amount following the increasing success of his travel documentaries for the BBC. Palin released a book of diaries from the Python years entitled Michael Palin Diaries — , published in Palin was awarded a knighthood in the New Year Honours , which was announced by Buckingham Palace in December Several people have been accorded unofficial "associate Python" status over the years.
Occasionally such people have been referred to as the 'seventh Python', in a style reminiscent of George Martin or other associates of the Beatles being dubbed "the Fifth Beatle ".
The two collaborators with the most meaningful and plentiful contributions have been Neil Innes and Carol Cleveland.
Both were present and presented as Associate Pythons at the official Monty Python 25th-anniversary celebrations held in Los Angeles in July He appeared in sketches and the Python films, as well as performing some of his songs in Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl.
He was also a regular stand-in for absent team members on the rare occasions when they recreated sketches. For example, he took the place of Cleese at the Concert for George.
He was one of the creative talents in the off-beat Bonzo Dog Band. According to an interview with Idle in the Chicago Tribune in May , his attitude is that Innes and he go back "too far.
And no further. Carol Cleveland was the most important female performer in the Monty Python ensemble, commonly referred to as "the female Python".
Cleese's first wife, Connie Booth , appeared as various characters in all four series of Flying Circus. Her most significant role was the "best girl" of the eponymous Lumberjack in "The Lumberjack Song", though this role was sometimes played by Carol Cleveland.
In Cleese's absence from the final TV series, the two formed a brief writing partnership, with Adams earning a writing credit in one episode for a sketch called " Patient Abuse ".
In the sketch—a satire on mind-boggling bureaucracy—a man who had been stabbed by a nurse arrives at his doctor's office bleeding profusely from the stomach, when the doctor makes him fill in numerous senseless forms before he can administer treatment.
Emile Koning, according to the on-screen captions , pulling on gloves, while Palin narrates a sketch that introduces one person after another, and never actually gets started.
Secondly, at the beginning of "Mr. Neutron", Adams is dressed in a "pepperpot" outfit and loads a missile onto a cart being driven by Terry Jones, who is calling out for scrap metal "Any old iron Adams and Chapman also subsequently attempted a few non-Python projects, including Out of the Trees.
Other than Carol Cleveland, the only other non-Python to make a significant number of appearances in the Flying Circus was Ian Davidson.
He appeared in the first two series of the show, and played over 10 roles. While Davidson is primarily known as a scriptwriter, it is not known if he had any contribution toward the writing of the sketches, as he is only credited as a performer.
In total, Davidson is credited as appearing in eight episodes of the show, which is more than any other male actor who was not a Python.
Despite this, Davidson did not appear in any Python-related media subsequent to series 2, though footage of him was shown on the documentary Python Night — 30 Years of Monty Python.
Stand-up comedian Eddie Izzard , a devoted fan of the group, has occasionally stood in for absent members.
When the BBC held a "Python Night" in to celebrate 30 years of the first broadcast of Flying Circus , the Pythons recorded some new material with Izzard standing in for Idle, who had declined to partake in person he taped a solo contribution from the US.
Izzard has said that Monty Python was a significant influence on his style of comedy and Cleese has referred to him as "the lost Python". Series director of Flying Circus , Ian MacNaughton, is also regularly associated with the group and made a few on-screen appearances in the show and in the film And Now for Something Completely Different.
By the time of Monty Python's 25th anniversary, in , the point was already being made that "the five surviving members had with the passing years begun to occupy an institutional position in the edifice of British social culture that they had once had so much fun trying to demolish".
A self-contained comedy unit responsible for both writing and performing their work, Monty Python's influence on comedy has been compared to the Beatles ' influence on music.
And you needed those people, just in the same way that with the Beatles you had four talented people, but together you had the Beatles. And I think that's so incredibly true when it comes to Python.
Citing them as an influence is almost redundant. It's assumed. This strange group of wildly talented, appropriately disrespectful, hugely imaginative and massively inspirational idiots changed what comedy could be for their generation and for those that followed.
Their key was to do something as long as it was funny and then just stop and do something else. Among the more visible cultural influences of Monty Python is the inclusion of terms either directly from, or derived from, Monty Python, into the lexicon of the English language.
Beyond a dictionary definition, Python terms have entered the lexicon in other ways. On St George's Day , 23 April , the cast and creators of Spamalot gathered in Trafalgar Square under the tutelage of the two Terrys Jones and Gilliam to set a new record for the world's largest coconut orchestra.
On 5 October , to mark the 50th anniversary of Monty Python's first show, the "first official Monty Python Guinness world record attempt" tried to break the record for "the largest gathering of people dressed as Gumbys.
The shirt sleeves and trouser legs are always rolled up, exposing their socks and knees. Dimwitted, their most famous catchphrases are "My brain hurts!
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Monty Python Group. For the play by Roy Smiles, see Pythonesque play. This article is about the comedy group.
British surreal comedy group. Television film theatre audio recordings literature. Satire surreal humour black comedy blue comedy. Main article: Monty Python's Flying Circus.
Main article: Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Main article: Monty Python's Life of Brian. That doesn't sound very wise to me.
Main article: Monty Python Live Mostly. If comedy had a periodic element table, Python would have more than one atom on it. Main article: Monty Python mediagraphy.
Comedy portal. In protest at George W. Bush , he renounced his American citizenship in January and is now only a British citizen. The Pythons.
Retrieved 30 March Python has been called 'the Beatles of comedy'. The Atlantic. Retrieved 23 January Retrieved 31 March