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[quote="escapee from Bengali] Eric Idle (for everything...i love him to bits [/quote]

oh meeeee too!

Eric Idle is my favourite, i absolutely love him..... he was quite handsome in his day. I know hes old now, but he was soooooo cute..... im in love with his eyes........ i want to go back in time and marry him!

1 eric idle (wink wink nudge nudge say no more!)
2 john cleese (one extremly funny guy)
3 Michael Palin (another extremly funny guy... only just beaten by cleese)
4 Grahame Chapman (one slightly less funny guy, but still great)
5 terry jones
6 terry gillam

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 Post subject: Who's Your Favorite Python?
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Palin's the most relaxed, natural and versatile actor - probably partly because he'd done some straight acting in rep before he went to uni - and his presence is just, in some inexplicable way, funny. Cleese is one of the funniest people ever, but he's not quite as versatile, is he? He's best playing psychos or authority figures (or both at the same time), which is mainly what he's done since Python (Clockwise, Fawlty Towers, Wanda). And Chapman's great because he just seems mad and unpredictable.


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 Post subject: Re: Who's Your Favorite Python?
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thats actually a different way of looking at it i guess.

I am considering moving michael Palin up to number 2 spot with john cleese.

I cant decide :?

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Number one would be more the go for the Mikester I reckon.

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i've been seeing john cleese everywhere lately.

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okay, ive re-done my list.

1. eric idle
2. michael palin AND john cleese (cant decide!)
3. graham chapman
4. terry jones
5. terry gillam

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Close enough - you can't squeeze Mikey up a tiny bit (ie-one more spot!) can you fogchicken?? Hehe :lol:

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we'll see pythongirl. we'll see.

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Hard for me to say, but Graham Chapman I suppose.

And, Micheal Palin, one of the two.


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graham chapman had the same, or at least very simialer, hair colour as me. lol random.

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One thing in Chapman's favour is that apparently he was as much a loony offscreen as on - and not always just because he was sozzled. Whereas the other Pythons, excepting Gilliam, seem nowadays like perfectly respectable, sensible middle-class Englishmen, it's hard to imagine that Chapman would ever have been 'tamed'. His friendship with The Who's Keith Moon and his shocking behaviour at Auschwitz are cases in point.


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