Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1982

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Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl

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Director:
Terry Hughes , Ian MacNaughton
Released:
1982
Rating:
R
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl is a live recording of the world-famous Monty Python comedy troupe's performance at the Hollywood Bowl. Much like the TV show, "Monty Python and the Flying Circus," this act is comprised of short comedic sketches. The first sketch is called "Sit on my Face." It is a parody the Grace Fields song, "Sing as We Go." This sketch is followed by a series called "Silly Olympics," a set of sketches that depict strange sports and normal sports practiced in a strange manner. Sports include "100 Meter Dash for People with no Sense of Direction," "1,000 Meter for the Deaf," "The Marathon for those with Extremely Weak Bladders" and many others. Other noteworthy sketches include "The Ministry of Silly Walks," a sketch that made the troupe famous all over the world, and "The Argument Sketch," where one man pays the other to disagree with everything he says. This show features some of the greatest comedic talent in Britain: John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle and many others.moreless
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    Barber 3 / Mao Zedong / Constable Parrot / I've got two legs singer / Demonstrator 3 / Man with beans / Mountie

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    Michelangelo / Bruce 1 / Judge 1 / 'World Forum' Host / Arthur Nudge / Yorkshireman 1 / Mr. Smoketoomuch / Husband / Lumberjack

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