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However, I think sketches like "nudge nudge", "the marriage guidance counsellor" and "the dead parrot sketch" are actually better in the film than the show. Does anyone agree? It's probably because they knew the sketch better the second time around.




i agree with you on that one.
i think the reason ANFSCD is my 2nd fav MP film is because i hadnt seen any of flying circus when i watched it, therefore the sketches were new to me.

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Actually, this movie came out before the second season, but contained several skits from the second season. I think they were basically trying them out before putting them in the show.

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Ray Ray wrote:
However, I think sketches like "nudge nudge", "the marriage guidance counsellor" and "the dead parrot sketch" are actually better in the film than the show.


personally, i like them best in live versions. i think they've got a bit more spirit in them as compaired to the taped versions.


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like in hollywood bowl.
I love the bit when terry's wig falls off.....

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which part was that?

i've only seen hollywood bowl once...

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Have never seen Live @ The Hollywood Bowl. Is it worth watching?


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yes it is most certainly worth watching.

dennis, its from the sketch with the rat tart. they call the church police, then the church police suddenly appear behind them and they all jump in surprise... terry jumped just a little too high, his wig falls off, and then we see some nice quick thinking on graham's part, he kind of side-steps over to the wig and terry falls in behind him. lol. its funny.

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oh yeah, i think i remember that now...

the dead bishop skit has always been one of my favorites.

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I don't believe I have ever seen that. Shock. Horror. I have seen the Bishop sketch though. In association with the Sunday School Board. And so on...


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i have 'And now for something completly different' on dvd. i think it is funny as!!
i love Graham Chapman as the military guy! "Stop there. This film has a slight tendancy to become silly!"
it's great!! Also upper class twit of the year is good. so very true. lol.
And one of my favourite is the one with Terry Jones and John Cleese with the Hungarian phrase book. always makes me laugh!!

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And then Graham runs in, after milking a horse and knocking an old "lady" off a bike, saying "Woss all this then?" I love him as that policeman. He's a bit awesome.

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Prof. T.F. Gumby wrote:
Monty Python's first film is definitely not given enough credit. I was wondering what your favorite scene from that movie was. Mine is the Deadly Joke or the Lumberjack Song or any of the animations.
Oh, and that scene with "Precision Camping it Up" with the silly drills, was that in an episode, or was that the only original non-animated sketch in the movie? Just wondering. So, your favorite scene from And Now For Something Completely Different.

omg my favourite one is the dead ly joke to!the guy also laughs like me!
lol, one man saw two words at the same time and waws in the hospital for two weeks, but we finalymaneged to turn it into german....lol on the battled feild...ahuhhhahalickersnichks(or somethieng like that) they all are deadWOOT! ofh the poor mice...I'm a lumberjack and thats ok I wish I were a girly like my dear papa!

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