FILM : And Now for Something Completely Different
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And Now for Something Completely Different 1971 John Cleese, Michael Palin, Graham Chapman, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Carol Cleveland, Connie Booth, Winston Churchill, Adolf Hitler, Richard Nixon, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, King George VI London
Director : Ian MacNaughton   Production Company : Python (Monty) Pictures, Kettledrum Films  Region : LONDON A-B

A collection of some of the best sketches from the first two series of Monty Python's Flying Circus, re-filmed for the cinema screen.

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Monty Python's And Now For Something Completely Different [1971] [DVD] [2003]

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And Now for Something Completely Different - A grubby Terry Jones is flashing along Mayfield Avenue N12.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno021. A grubby Terry Jones is flashing along Mayfield Avenue N12.

And Now for Something Completely Different - Not appreciating his 3 Blind Mice act, the crowd chase 'musician' Mouse Organist Ken Ewing (Terry Jones) out of the club and along Park Lane, Mayfair.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno022. Not appreciating his 3 Blind Mice act, the crowd chase 'musician' Mouse Organist Ken Ewing (Terry Jones) out of the club and along Park Lane, Mayfair.

And Now for Something Completely Different - Just after the Edward 'Eddie Baby' Ross interview, the chase for Mouse Organist Ken Ewing continues through the unidentified studio doors...
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno023. Just after the Edward 'Eddie Baby' Ross interview, the chase for Mouse Organist Ken Ewing continues through the unidentified studio doors...

And Now for Something Completely Different - ...and then along Mayfield Avenue N12 (look out for the Ernest Scribbler cameo as the camera pans!)
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno024. ...and then along Mayfield Avenue N12 (look out for the Ernest Scribbler cameo as the camera pans!)

And Now for Something Completely Different - The funniest joke in the world is delivered to the war department, probably somewhere in Finchley.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno025. The funniest joke in the world is delivered to the war department, probably somewhere in Finchley.

And Now for Something Completely Different - The 'Blackmail' TV crew pursue their latest victim in Grove Rd, London N12. Presenter Herbert Anchovy (Michael Palin) claims the location is in Stansted!
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno026. The 'Blackmail' TV crew pursue their latest victim in Grove Rd, London N12. Presenter Herbert Anchovy (Michael Palin) claims the location is in Stansted!

And Now for Something Completely Different - The Blackmail footage continues to unfold on Grove Road, with some houses of Woodhouse Road N12 in the background.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno027. The Blackmail footage continues to unfold on Grove Road, with some houses of Woodhouse Road N12 in the background.

And Now for Something Completely Different - The 127th Upper Class Twit of the Year contestants take to the field. For this new version of the sketch it was re-made at what was Stirling Corner Sports Ground near Borehamwood. The site is currently derelict and heavily overgrown. It is situated next to the Stirling Corner roundabout with the A1 and A411.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno028. The 127th Upper Class Twit of the Year contestants take to the field. For this new version of the sketch it was re-made at what was Stirling Corner Sports Ground near Borehamwood. The site is currently derelict and heavily overgrown. It is situated next to the Stirling Corner roundabout with the A1 and A411.

And Now for Something Completely Different - The Twits are as follows: Oliver St. John-Mollusc (Graham Chapman), Gervaise Brook-Hampster (Michael Palin), Nigel Incubator-Jones (Terry Jones), Simon Zinc-Trumpet-Harris (Eric Idle) and Vivian Smith-Smythe-Smith (John Cleese). All under starters orders in the former sports ground next to the Barnet By-Pass, Barnet, Borehamwood WD6.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno029. The Twits are as follows: Oliver St. John-Mollusc (Graham Chapman), Gervaise Brook-Hampster (Michael Palin), Nigel Incubator-Jones (Terry Jones), Simon Zinc-Trumpet-Harris (Eric Idle) and Vivian Smith-Smythe-Smith (John Cleese). All under starters orders in the former sports ground next to the Barnet By-Pass, Barnet, Borehamwood WD6.

And Now for Something Completely Different - After mostly managing to walk along the straight line, the next challenge on the former sports ground next to the Barnet By-Pass, is the Matchbox Jump. Several of the Pythons played differently named Twits from the TV show to the film version.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno030. After mostly managing to walk along the straight line, the next challenge on the former sports ground next to the Barnet By-Pass, is the Matchbox Jump. Several of the Pythons played differently named Twits from the TV show to the film version.

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