Monty Python's Flying Circus

Season 2 Episode 14

Monty Python in Deutschland

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Monty Python in Deutschland
Made in Germany for WDR, the Pythons phonetically perform new sketches entirely in Deutsch. A complete list of the sketches can be found in Part Two of The First 280 Years of Monty Python by Kim "Howard" Johnson, published by St. Martin's Press, New York.

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    John Cleese

    John Cleese

    Various Characters [ series 1 - 3, Deutsche shows & features ]

    Eric Idle

    Eric Idle

    Various Characters

    Graham Chapman

    Graham Chapman

    Various Characters

    Terry Jones

    Terry Jones

    Various Characters

    Terry Gilliam

    Terry Gilliam

    Various Characters

    Michael Palin

    Michael Palin

    Various Characters

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In the Bavarian Restaurant, the head waiter recommends that the woman be strapped to a table and beaten with a chicken. This scene was extracted for Volume 12 of A&E's Monty Python DVDs, and on it, you can see the woman is not strapped to the table.

    • QUOTES (1)

    • NOTES (4)

      • The first and second German episodes are part of the total package of Python episodes as seen on PBS since the show's return to the public TV network in 2006.

      • Though not shown in Britain in its entirety (unlike the second German-made edition), this special was aired in West Germany on September 8, 1971.

      • The Pythons used the "Little Red Riding Hood" and "Silly Olympics" sketches in their stage shows (with all the audio remade in English, of course). A&E releases of Monty Python on DVD include the "Silly Olympics" and "Bavarian Restaurant" sketches in their original Deutsch.

      • This special was made in 1971, but remains unaired.

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