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 Post Posted: Wed Aug 23, 2006 3:00 pm 
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Dennis wrote:
nope, i've never heard of them.

which doesn't say much...


Well if you like Python (and I suspect you do lol), then I think you'll like The Mighty Boosh. They are arty, musical, intellectual, surreal and downright uniquely entertaining.

The 2 main actors are Noel Feilding and Julian Barrat and have both been in a lots of original British comedy over the last 5+ years - Nathan Barely, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, Surrealissimo: The Trial of Salvador Dali (film), Unnatural Acts, etc.


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 Post subject: Re: Those hard to find shows!
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pythonorbit wrote:
Hey! I don't know if any of you guys might have heard of "Nearly Departed," a 1989 show starring Eric Idle. Well, I've tried like crazy to find at least one episode or clip from the television series and I can't find anything :( . Maybe some of you know where I can find a clip. I mean, the only solution I can think of is to vote for it to get out on DVD. So if any of you have been dying to see this show as much as I have, there is a site where you can register to vote. Here's the link: http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/showinfo.cfm?showID=2989
You can also register to see Rutland Weekend Television (another awesome show featuring Eric and Neil Innes):
http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/showinfo.cfm?showID=4924
I also put the first link up on my site if you'd like to access it there. While you're there you can also that a looksey at my python fan art :P. The address is: http://www.freewebs.com/pythonorbit
But if any of you know where I can still find a clip, please pleeeeeaaaaase let me know. Thankees :D



I'd love to be able to watch Rutland TV again. It's one thing I really regret not having in my collection. I watched some of them when they were originally broadcast when I was about 10 years old..

If anyone wants to trade DVD's I've just created a website and put up my first list of about 25 items - by coincidence only Monty Python for now but it will grow as recatlog my collection.

I have many shows recorded from UK TV and want to swap with other fans for other comedy shows (not just Python) and music shows too.

Take a look if you want to swap - http://dvd247.tripod.com

Dave128

Wow. I've taken a look at your site and maybe we can have great deals :D:D I've got a few stuff you may want and you've got some stuff I want...

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 Post subject: Re: Those hard to find shows!
 Post Posted: Sun Sep 10, 2006 7:08 am 
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Kiri_84 wrote:
Wow. I've taken a look at your site and maybe we can have great deals :D:D I've got a few stuff you may want and you've got some stuff I want...


Well just get in touch via my PM here or my email address on the DVD trading website and we can start swapping stuff. :D


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