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Terry Gilliаm screenwriter and Monty python actor

Tеrrу Gilliam ѕсrееnwritеr аnd Monty руthоn асtоr is thе ѕоrt оf реrѕоn you аdmirе, fоr hiѕ artistic viѕiоn, hiѕ brilliаnt comedic оutрut, аnd hiѕ ѕееminglу sheer nuttiness. Flооdѕ, thе dеаthѕ оf lead асtоrѕ, inсluding the fоrmidаblе Hеаth Lеdgеr, injuriеѕ аnd budget wаrѕ hаvе аll lеd to drastic сhаngеѕ in Gilliam’s wоrkѕ. Sоmе mоviеѕ hаvе never […]

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‘Excalibur’ found at the bottom of a lake where the myth happened.

Image: SWNS.com This is 7-year-old Matilda Jones, and she’s just casually found “Excalibur”, the legendary sword, in the same lake where it was thrown according to the King Arthur myth:  Image: SWNS.com Matilda was paddling in Dozmary Pool, in Cornwall, with her dad Paul when she stumbled across the 4ft long metal sword.   Read […]

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Monty Python sketches four Yorkshiremen

How Monty Python affected my life? Well… How many of you have sat at home or in a pub with friends and someone mentions a Monty Python scene, Within seconds you’re recreating one of your favourite scenes from one of the films or shows. Right?  This is me all over, Monty Python sketches four Yorkshiremen […]

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Monty Pythons Female Actresses – Who, why and where are they now.

When I think of ‘Female actresses in Monty Python’ I instantly think of Carol Cleveland, she was the only significant female actress they used. Other female actresses appeared in Monty Python films, but only in very short and brief scenes. Like Connie Booth, who played The Witch ( It’s a fair cop ) and Joni […]

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Monty Python loves the Beatles – Read why!

Monty Python loves the beatles for a couple of reasons. Number one..It’s widely reported that Monty Python loved the Beatles music and the British public have compared their contribution to British Comedy in the same way the world have for the Beatles contrabution to music. The second reason, is for the financial contribution they made […]

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John Cleese – Career, Life and Achievements

JOHN CLEESE John Cleese is an English playwright, screen actor, voice actor and a comedian.  He was born on October 27th, 1939. It is very surprising to know that John was considered to be the serious one of his group. He has been a sincere a sober kid his entire life. He has spent most […]

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Monty Python deleted and Unused scenes

I have been a Monty Python fan for over 30 years now and thought I’d seen and watched every Monty Python clip that was ever filmed. I was wrong ! Only recently did I come across a couple of clips which I had never seen before. These Monty python deleted and unused scenes are very […]

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Monty Python’s Flying Circus

Monty Python’s Flying Circus (known during the final ѕеriеѕ аѕ just Monty Python) iѕ a Britiѕh sketch соmеdу ѕеriеѕ сrеаtеd by thе соmеdу grоuр Mоntу Pуthоn аnd broadcast bу the BBC from 1969 tо 1974. Thе shows wеrе соmроѕеd оf surreality, riѕqué  humоur, ѕight gags and оbѕеrvаtiоnаl ѕkеtсhеѕ withоut punchlines. It аlѕо featured animations by […]

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Michael Palin

Michael Edward Palin was born 5 May 1943 in Ranmoor, Sheffield. He started his education at Birkdale Preparatory School, Sheffield, and later attended Shrewsbury School. He’s an actor, Comedian and Tv presenter and famous for being one of the amazing Monty Python actors. He later went on to present many TV travel programs including the very popular […]

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John Cleese revels in old-age and the inevitability of death on Fallon

“Most of the best people are dead.”  That kind of goes for most of the worst people too, seeing as most of whoever’s existed has died, but it’s still catchy. It’s also typical John Cleese. Cleese went on Fallon last night and talked about old age and impending death. Surprise surprise, he does so using […]

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