The Complete Monty Python's Flying Circus: All the Words, Volume 1

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Graham Chapman, Monty Python (Comedy troupe)
Pantheon Books, 1989 - Humor - 325 pages
24 Reviews

The complete scripts from the four Monty Python series, first shown on BBC television between 1969 and 1974, have been collected in two companion volumes.

Characters' names, often not spoken, are given as in the original scripts, along with the names of the actual performer added on their first appearance in each sketch.

This first volume contains twenty-three classic episodes, featuring some of the most entertaining writing to have gone into television anywhere. The minister of silly walks, the dead parrot, banter in a cheese shop - here is every silly, satirical skit, every snide insult, every saucy aside.

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Review: The Complete Monty Python's Flying Circus: All the Words: Volume 1

User Review  - Richard Thomas - Goodreads

Anyone who loves humour from slapstick through parody to satire should own both volumes. Read full review

Review: The Complete Monty Python's Flying Circus: All the Words, Vol. 2

User Review  - Richard Thomas - Goodreads

Just funny. The sketches can be visualised from the printed word. Read full review

Contents

Its Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Three How to recognize different types of tree from quite
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Song And did those feet
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