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Monty Python Scenes & Sketches

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Re: Monty Python Scenes & Sketches

Post Neon Knight on Wed 15 Nov - 0:46

@OsricPearl wrote:Nobody expects!  Is probably my favorite one, besides the one about Hilter and the song about the Lumberjack.

We've started showing the kids some of the more family friendly skits and shorts, and bits from movies. My daughter loves the scene in the Holy Grail where they go to the French castle and the French throw them a cow.

Good parenting Smile 1 I was ten when I got into MP. To begin with, it was the crazy animations that attracted me.


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Monty Python How Not To Be Seen

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Post Neon Knight on Sun 19 Nov - 11:28

^ One of the absolute classics Very Happy

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Post Neon Knight on Sun 19 Nov - 23:43

Michael Palin and Terry Jones from the Python team did their own series called Ripping Yarns which I recommend.





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Post Sary on Sat 9 Dec - 17:35

I crack up every time I see them riding their pretend horses ....so silly!
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Post Neon Knight on Sat 9 Dec - 21:54

^ The comedy gore in that was used similarly in one of their sketches which combined the style of film director Sam Peckinpah with an upper class English scenario:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Peckinpah
Peckinpah's use of violence was parodied by Monty Python in Sam Peckinpah's "Salad Days", one of the more controversial episodes of Monty Python's Flying Circus, in which a lovely day out for an upper-class English family turns into a blood-soaked orgy of severed limbs and gushing wounds. Peckinpah reportedly loved this sketch and enjoyed showing it to friends and family.


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Post Neon Knight on Sat 7 Jul - 18:41

Now there's a Monty Python beer:




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Post Sary on Sat 7 Jul - 23:52

I hope that they will come out with Life of Brian wine next, I would definitely buy some!
The label could say...Always look on the bright side of life or maybe blessed are the cheese makers.

It is too bad that we can no longer see some of the posted videos.

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I should watch Life of Brian again, it is almost as funny as Holy Grail.
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Post Neon Knight on Tue 24 Jul - 8:08

Yeah, I prefer Holy Grail, but Life of Brian is more sophisticated. This scene is characteristic of Python's intellectual side but still has the absurdity:


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Post Sary on Fri 27 Jul - 0:49

Lol sophisticated?
I was not going to post it...but it is the funniest part of the movie!
I laugh my head off every time!
It is good thing they added the subtitles because a British accent is hard enough to understand ,once they get going.
The lisp adds another layer of funny!


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Post Neon Knight on Mon 6 Aug - 21:44

Welease Wodewick!

Another joke about the army:


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