Monty Python's Flying Circus

Season 4 Episode 6

Party Political Broadcast

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Aired Unknown Dec 05, 1974 on BBC
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A Party Political Broadcast on Behalf of the Liberal Party; a woman ironing appliances as her husband eats a laxative cereal, "I run out of beans!," yes, it's the Most Awful Family in Britain Contest for 1974; Icelandic Honey week; a man stabbed by a nurse has to fill out a form for the doctor to treat him as he bleeds to death; brigadier dictates a letter of protest; animation- opera singer and cannon; an appeal on behalf of rich people who have nothing wrong with them; a woman who can't finish sentences; a very sweaty explorer leads the quest for the Walking Tree of Dahomie; the legendary batsmen of the Kalahari; credits; the news.moreless

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    John Cleese

    John Cleese

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    Eric Idle

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    Graham Chapman

    Graham Chapman

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    Terry Jones

    Terry Jones

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    Terry Gilliam

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    Michael Palin

    Michael Palin

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      • Three elements of this program were never aired on PBS: one was a tease for a documentary on a U.S. Cavalry-Indians battle in 1863; another was an introduction to the career of Ursula Hitler ("who revolutionized British beekeeping"). And then there was that audio-only scene where a girl gives birth to her 12th and 13th children since lunch. All three scenes were reinstated on DVD and when the American cable channel IFC carried Python repeats in 2009-10.

      • Douglas Adams co-wrote with Graham Chapman the sketch in which Dr. Chapman refuses to treat a bleeding patient until he can fill out the forms correctly. Neil Innes co-wrote the "Most Awful Family" in Britain. These are the only two non-Python writing credits in the regular series.

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