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Wich Pre-Python work do you like the most?
Do Not Adjust Your Set 23%  23%  [ 7 ]
How To Irritate People 32%  32%  [ 10 ]
At Last The 1948 Show 42%  42%  [ 13 ]
The Frost Report 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Doctor In The House 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
The Complete And Utter History Of Britain 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again (radio) 3%  3%  [ 1 ]
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I jsut recieved them, I'm so happy! :D
but it's so annoying that the BBC destroyed so many episodes

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i voted for Donotadjustyourseteyt!
it's the only i manage to get to watch
but i'd love to see the others 2 :P
bytheway who has Christmas today? :roll:


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mura wrote:
bytheway who has Christmas today? :roll:


:O not me

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Shauny wrote:
mura wrote:
bytheway who has Christmas today? :roll:


:O not me


what about christmas in july?
I suppose that's a southern hemisphere thing.

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I've only seen clips of 'Complete and Utter History...' is there anyway of seeing anymore??

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I myself have never seen complete and utter history of britain, but I have at last the 1948 show and do not adjust your set, aswell how to irritate people
all 3 of them are classic

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DNAYS and ALT1948S will be on hungarian telly yessss! :D

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I enjoyed watchin How to irritate people (yes, Pilot sketch is my favourite, it`s just brilliant!) and a few days ago I have recieved Complete and Utter History of Britain. Going to watch it soon.
Have seen some sketches from DNAYS and from ALT1948S, love both shows! But I can`t vote I think cause I`ve never seen Frost Report and Doctor in the House and of course never heard I`m sorry I`ll read it again.

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Kiri_84 wrote:
Shauny wrote:
since I've watched these older python-series I'm totally interested in old B and W films, I want to see Chaplin's the Great Dictator :)

That's a masterpiece :D

I've seen most Chaplin's movies, and my favs are "The Great Dictator", "Modern Times" and "Limelights" :)


i haven't seen the Great Dictator or Modern Times in years, and haven't seen Limelights at all, but i saw City Lights recently and laughed and cried- it is a terrific movie. have you seen it?


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