Monty Python

BY Tony Goldmark

 

When Monty Python’s Flying Circus premiered on BBC1 on October 5th, 1969, it was the end product of five British writer/performers – Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Jones and Michael Palin – who had spent most of the sixties living in London, writing funny yet formulaic sketches for BBC personalities like David Frost and Marty Feldman, and for the children’s show Do Not Adjust Your Set (where they discovered the sixth Python, gonzo American animator Terry Gilliam). They were all tremendous fans of the landmark 1950s comedy series The... Read More

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