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Wich Pre-Python work do you like the most?
Do Not Adjust Your Set 23%  23%  [ 7 ]
How To Irritate People 32%  32%  [ 10 ]
At Last The 1948 Show 42%  42%  [ 13 ]
The Frost Report 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Doctor In The House 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
The Complete And Utter History Of Britain 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again (radio) 3%  3%  [ 1 ]
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Shauny wrote:
since I've watched these older python-series I'm totally interested in old B and W films, I want to see Chaplin's the Great Dictator :)

That's a masterpiece :D

I've seen most Chaplin's movies, and my favs are "The Great Dictator", "Modern Times" and "Limelights" :)

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Kiri_84 wrote:
That's a masterpiece :D

I've seen most Chaplin's movies, and my favs are "The Great Dictator", "Modern Times" and "Limelights" :)

I'm convinced :D

I love that quiz show sketch were Tim, Marty and Graham play the boys and the girls :D

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Go pilots, go! :lol: Imagine that happening now?. If that ever happened to me in a plane, I would probably die of a heart attack :shock: :lol:

And Black and White filiming has certainly a charming to it. It's like a nostalgia and the beauty of some mistery which lies on the absence of colours. I love Black and White, imagine "Casablanca" in colour?.

By the way, "the great dictator" I agree, is a masterpiece, and the marx brothers are awesome, they got me into filmed humour, longer before the Pythons. Pure genius.
I would recommend "A night at the opera" and "A day at the races". :D :wink:

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I've got a film from 1940 I don't know what it is I'm going to see it right now. I love iflms wich are not full of these high-tech fantasy animations, I love to see little mistakes in films :) It shows that even the producers are humans ;)

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I just saw The Great Dictator and it was so brilliant :D but it took me a half an hour to realize that fellow with the two squares as symbol is Mussolini :D :D

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no, it's Benzini Napaloni (Dictator of Bacteria) :lol:

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no, it's Benzini Napaloni (Dictator of Bacteria) :lol:

oh c'mon :D

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"Napaloni" is almost polish word - "napalony" :lol: later I'll translate it...

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"Napaloni" is almost polish word - "napalony" :lol: later I'll translate it...

well let's hear/read

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I was originally going to say Do Not Adjust Your Sets (c'mon, 'Just the Two Of Us" was cute!), but after seeing The Minister Who Falls Apart sketch on At Last The 1948 Show.. well, Graham decided it. :lol:

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Palintology wrote:
I was originally going to say Do Not Adjust Your Sets (c'mon, 'Just the Two Of Us" was cute!), but after seeing The Minister Who Falls Apart sketch on At Last The 1948 Show.. well, Graham decided it. :lol:

I love Just The Two Of Us... too cute to be true! hard to decide ;)

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I love Just The Two Of Us... too cute to be true! hard to decide ;)


Indeed! ^_^

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