Monty Python's Flying Circus

Season 4 Episode 9

Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl

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Aired Unknown Jun 25, 1982 on BBC
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Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl
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The Pythons perform some of their most memorable sketches live at the Hollywood Bowl in September 1980.

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    John Cleese

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    Eric Idle

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    Terry Jones

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    Michael Palin

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Storyteller: Once upon a time, there was a little house in a dark forest. In this house lived a humble woodcutter and his wife and their pretty daughter, Little Red Riding Hood. And in the middle of this deep, dark forest, there lived a vicious wolf! One day Little Red Riding Hood sent off to take some things to her old grandmother who lived deep in the forest. The vicious wolf saw Little Red Riding Hood and thought: "She looks very good to eat!" "Where are you going my, pretty one?" "Oh, kind sir, to my grandmother's." "Ha, ha, ha, ha!" snirked the wicked wolf and dashed off through the forest to grandmother's house. Knock, knock, knock went the wicked wolf. The door opened wide, but it wasn't grandmother who opened it. It was Buzz Aldrin, America's #2 spaceman! But this was not Granny's little house at all, but the headquarter of NASA, the American space research agency. The wicked wolf was shot by security guards. So all was quiet in the forest again. The humble woodcutter and his wife sold the their story to Der Speigel for 40 000 DM. NASA agreed to limit the number of nuclear tests in Granny's little house to two on Thursdays and one on Saturdays after tea.

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      • During the Whizzo Chocolates sketch, when Mr. Praline is taken away by the police he is told to "stop talking to the audience"; this was changed only slightly from the original, where he was told to "stop talking to the camera".

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