Featuring: The 127th Upperclass Twit of the Year Competition from Hurlingham Park; Bicycle Repair Man; Vicious Gangs of Old Ladies - the Layabouts in Lace - Embarking on Random Acts of Violence Against Fit Young Men; The Man with three Buttocks; The Lumberjack Song; Vocational Guidance Councillor; The Men; The joke that Kills People (Used to great Military Effect Against the Enemy at Ardennes on 8th July 1944) and much, much more (including a sketch featuring an ex-parrot).
Always good stuff
- Monty Python's Flying Circus: The Best Of: Vol.1 review by A
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- Monty Python's Flying Circus: The Best Of: Vol.1 review by JD
If you are new to Python they were revolutionary satirical 45 years ago. Their mad, innovative style was ground breaking. Now, seen after so much comedy revolution, they are dated, the acting is poor and the direction worse but the material good fun and very silly. If however you are not new to Python you are probably hoping to watch this for the 3rd time and you don't need a review. The awesome silliness is rarely surpassed especially now the BBC have destroyed Spike Milligan's output. Some sketches have survived into contemporary humour like the parrot sketch and the lumbar-jack song, some gems have been forgotten and some is too silly for me.