Graham Crackers: Fuzzy Memories, Silly Bits, and Outright Lies

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Career Press, 1997 - Humor - 167 pages
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Graham Crackers is the hilarious book from Monty Python's Graham Chapman, who has been dead for nearly 10 years. It contains never-before-published photos, never-before-produced comedy sketches, details on Graham's very unconventional life, thoughts on Monty Python, and tales of mad adventure with the Dangerous Sports Club and pals like The Who's Keith Moon, Ringo Starr, Mick Jagger, and much, much more.

You'll learn who really wrote the "Dead Parrot Sketch", where the Ministry of Silly Walks came from, and many other factoids that will do you absolutely no good whatsoever. Graham Crackers includes a foreword by John Cleese, a backward by Eric Idle, and a sideways by Terry Jones, living Pythons all.

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Graham Chapman was a lifelong (so far) member of Monty Python.

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