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A scotsman with a flute? :lol:


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liberty bell march was used in an episode of trinny and susannah the other night

Is that the music used in the opening theme?



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I knew the music, but the name wasn't as familiar

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liberty bell march was used in an episode of trinny and susannah the other night

Is that the music used in the opening theme?



:shock:

I knew the music, but the name wasn't as familiar


I'm sure you can be forgiven.

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The other day I bought 7 records for $2, one of which was John Phillip Sousa marches, the last track of which is our beloved Liberty Bell.

By the way, $32,000 for that 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?' question?! Haha, if they worded the question differently they might have been able to put in the option of answering "1", for those decrepid souls who think Monty Python is some bloke :)

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In Top Ten Classic Stories a TV announcer says "And now for something completely different."

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Yeah, apparently that phrase was pretty common on the BBC prior to Python for some reason

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Now, this book was written in 2000.

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The other day I bought 7 records for $2, one of which was John Phillip Sousa marches, the last track of which is our beloved Liberty Bell.

By the way, $32,000 for that 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?' question?! Haha, if they worded the question differently they might have been able to put in the option of answering "1", for those decrepid souls who think Monty Python is some bloke :)


I thought the same thing!

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Coincidence? I think not. More likely to be due to both coming from god's own earth!

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Now, this book was written in 2000.

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