Posts tagged monty python
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Every has there own choice of classic comedy movies. The list below and in the posts to follow is my personal preference of British and American humor. Feel free to add your own lists. If I get enough feedback I’ll add them in a follow up post.
Warning: What you are about to experience may very well get you rolling on the floor. If you must watch at work please do so at your own risk.
1. Duck Soup – One of several masterpieces by the Marx Brothers. Who can keep a straight face in front of their mirror skit.
I’m More >
First there was the TV show Monty Python’s Flying Circus, the most revolutionary TV event to hit the BBC since Jesus. Then there were the books – The Big Red Book was actually blue. The record albums – you know those black round things with the hole in the middle that aren’t donuts – were equally as original. The first album, aptly called Another Monty Python Record,, boasted the cover of Beethoven’s #2 Symphony in D Minor with the real title scribbled in the corner. The original album had a third groove so that when you played the More >
British Humor Spectacular: The Two Ronnies, Monty Python, French and Saunders, Mr. Bean, Goodness Gracious Me, Morecambe and Wise, Little Britain, Reeves and Mortimer, The Frost Report, Smack the Pony. Coupling and Fawlty TowersHere are twelve of the best British TV comedy sketches ever broadcastThe Two Ronnies: Four Candles
Goodness Gracious Me: Going out for an English
Morecambe and Wise: Breakfast
French and Saunders: Silence of the Lambs
Coupling: How to Chat Up a Girl
Fawlty Towers: Fa-fa-fa-fire!
Little Britain: The Only Gay in the Village
Reeves and Mortimer: Masterchef
The Frost Report: An Understanding of Class
Smack the Pony: Saying More >
Finally you get a chance at controlling the silly walk all by yourself in the privacy of your computer. If you are over 40 and still live at home with your mother who has yet to learn how to properly iron your shirts or make Shepherd’s Pie without first removing the shepherd, please use with caution.
My name is Angus Pruneand I always listen to I’m Sorry I’ll Read That AgainMy name is Angus Pruneand I never miss I’m Sorry I’ll Read That AgainI sit in my bathAnd I have a good laughCause the theme tune is named after meMy name is Angus PruneAnd this is my tuneIt goes I-S-I-R-T-AI’m Sorry I’ll Read That AGAIN!
This was the idiotic theme song that kept me awake listening to weekly BBC radio broadcast during my youth. The show starred Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Cleese, Graeme Garden, David Hatch, Jo Kendall and Bill Oddie and provided the stepping stone for the More >