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 Post Posted: Tue Aug 15, 2006 9:41 am 
Cardinal Fang wrote:
They look better definately. I guess they had more time and money to do it just the way they wanted.

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i guess that they also managed to correct any mistakes, and get the timing better than they did in the original sketches...


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What I dislike about Parrot Sketch Not Included, and also the personal best things, is that little tiny bits are edited out of at least some of the sketches. I think it makes them less funny.

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I don't know if they had more time and money. They were still unknown then and shooting long days in an abandoned milk factory. Face it, basically there is no difference.

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 Post subject: Re: A question about Parrot Sketch not included
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Whizzo wrote:
Hello...

I have a question about the DVD "Parrot Sketch not included".
I didn't get it, because I thought it was a re-formulation similar to "and now something completely different", or maybe only a compilation of some sketchs from "Flying Circus".
Am I right...? is that a compilation or a re-formulation...? But now I have some doubts about...

And I have read there was a new sketch with Steve Martin, but that sketch wasn't published... is that true?

Greetings from Spain

Hey, I'm glad to find more Spanish Python fans here :D :D

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Parrot sketch is OK. If you notice, Graham Chapman is all pale and sickly-looking during his appearance in it.

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