Monty Python's Flying Circus

Season 4 Episode 11

Parrot Sketch Not Included: Twenty Years of Monty Python

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Aired Unknown Nov 18, 1989 on BBC
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Parrot Sketch Not Included: Twenty Years of Monty Python
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Steve Martin introduces this 75-minute retrospective honoring the group's 20th anniversary.

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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

    Steve Martin (I)

    Steve Martin (I)

    Host

    Guest Star

    Marjorie Wilde

    Marjorie Wilde

    Old Lady with Spanish Inquisition

    Guest Star

    Carol Cleveland

    Carol Cleveland

    Woman in Coach, Lady M, Iris

    Recurring Role

    Connie Booth

    Connie Booth

    Lumberjack's Girl, "No! Don't Touch It!" Cartoon voice

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      • This special was intended to feature an original sketch, in which all the Pythons portrayed schoolchildren, with Steve Martin as their lecturer. Legend has it that the Pythons did not want the sketch to be used because none of them had been involved in writing it. Kim "Howard" Johnson, though, wrote in The First 280 Years of Monty Python (St. Martin's Press, 1999) that some of the Pythons wanted the piece in the show and were displeased that it was cut.
        Regardless, one more human factor probably played a part in axing the piece: Graham Chapman was too ill to participate.

      • When this program was televised on A&E Network in 1993, America got its first glimpse of the "Wacky Queen" sketch. Neither the American Public Television airings nor the first Python video release, featured that film insert. America had to wait until A&E's Monty Python DVD release in 1999 to see the complete "Wacky Queen."

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