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Baron Müchausen was great! :D

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there is going to be a TV show with Cleese about wines in Hungarian tv :shock: sounds interesting :O
and I watched a BBC documentary and Johns face just popped up in the middle! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Ive seen the wines dvd on ebay.

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John Cleese: Wine for the Confused (2004)

Legendary comic actor John Cleese walks a fine line in this Food Network special, trying to actually teach people about wine but also trying to be funny from time to time. It doesn't always work. If you're a Cleese fan, you'll have seen better, and if you're a wine nut, this guide won't offer anything new to you. Otherwise, it's an enjoyable time waster. Cleese guides viewers through three kinds of white wine and three kinds of red wine, how to order, how much to pay, and some winemaking facts. The main program as aired on television runs about 45 minutes, but Koch Vision's new DVD comes with roughly another 45 minutes of outtakes. Brendan Fraser appears as himself at Cleese's wine-tasting party, and he gets more laughs than the legend does (he describes one wine as "chewy").

Starring: John Cleese, Brendan Fraser
Written by: John Cleese, David Kennard
Directed by: David Kennard
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 92 minutes
Date: August 19, 2005


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must be interesting :) well no other python-films on hungarian tv
but on ard tomorrow a fih called wanda (for germans, and half germans like me)

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Thanks, Shauny, I didn´t know that! :D

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Oh and sometime on RTL2 (german tv) a Fish Called Wanda will be shown too... dunno when

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Yeah, they showed it in one of their commercials.

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Yeah, they showed it in one of their commercials.

sometime in this year :D

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polo_tottie wrote:
watching Labyrinth as i type this - I love Jim Henderson!!!! he is great!! i vaguely remember watching this when i was about 6 or 7 and loving it - didn't know my fave python did the screenplay though! bonus!

i stumbled upon a site where you can watch/download it (700MB/.divx-file). the site doesn't look illegal but the video might disappear soon coz of copyright infringement. if someone want's the link, PM me.
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talking bout Jim Henson: just bought this and loving it:
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youtube.com/watch?v=EQTXFiuVx6A found this very funny skit with john and mr bean

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another sketch ending with john shooting someone :D
could have been written by the pythons.
i like rowan atkinson most when he talks and not the mr.-beam stuff

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