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Hey I have started collecting python and python related books once again.
I have been looking on ebay and have bought a John Cleese script book and Michael Palin the missionary I also have the LOB scriptbook and Python's autobiography by the pythons. I'm looking for a list of all books everyone knows of???

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Graham Chapman's autobiography: A Liar's Autobiography Volume VI
The Brand New Monty Python Bok
There's the Holy Grail scripts book too, but i can't remember what its called..

OO and then there's the book Eric Idle wrote: Road to Mars...?

i have it, but haven't read it yet. can't think of anymore off the top of my head..


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Sir Michael the Naughty (from this board) has a wonderful list-site

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Gambolputty wrote:
Sir Michael the Naughty (from this board) has a wonderful list-site


Thank you Johann. I've added over 100 Python items to the site this year,
and am nowhere near finished... the project will take a decade.


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I never imagined there was so much Python literature.

God, I see you bought the missionary(I didn't know there was a book of it). Tell me how you like it.

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I'll have to read it then watch the movie!

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On eBay I was lucky enough to get a copy of Eric Idle's book called Hello Sailor, it was 99p. It's out of print and may be worth something. :D


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You would sell it!!!!!!! :shock:

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99p? OMG you are a lucky bastard!

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Ray Ray wrote:
Graham Chapman's autobiography: A Liar's Autobiography Volume VI
The Brand New Monty Python Bok
There's the Holy Grail scripts book too, but i can't remember what its called..

OO and then there's the book Eric Idle wrote: Road to Mars...?

i have it, but haven't read it yet. can't think of anymore off the top of my head..


I read Road to Mars over Christmas break. It's actually pretty cute, reminds me a lot of the Guide, and it has some interesting insight on the nature of comedy.

I also bought Terry Jones' Starship Titanic, but I havent gotten around to reading it yet. I'll let you know how it goes maybe?

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You should get Muriel Volestrangler's book.


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I got it a while ago off ebay only cost me a couple of dollars. (Aussie dollars that is not even loose change to some)

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