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The official online home for all things Monty Python. Pages of everything you'll ever need to know about Monty Python and their movies, TV shows, books, live. A MONTY Python nut has set up a completely different kind of dating Britain's biggest Python fan — launched the Facebook page after his. If you're a Monty Python fan and single, join my Monty Python the Pythonesque Dating Facebook So how is the dating site going so far?.
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The year-old is the first to find love in the group, which has more than members and aims to help fans "find each other, and so find love, intellectual fulfilment and everlasting happiness". John and Gemma Image: Bird lover teaches pet the best party trick EVER "I got two strangers to film and take still pictures and they got a really good shot where you can see the ring, Michael Palin and Terry Gilliam are behind and Gemma is just so excited - it just looks so magical.
But John decided to search for a partner who shared his passion for the comedy, which started infamous for the Dead Parrot sketch, Ministry of Silly Walks and the Lumberjack song, after his first wife disliked the series. So John set up the Pythonesque Dating Facebook page to try and find love.
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John Wood, meeting Eric Idle Image: If you love something it makes you more compatible. John Wood, meeting Michael Palin in Image: SWNS "So she joined the site and we got chatting and met and just went from there.
We had so much in common. The series soon gained acclaim outside the U.
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Performed by the cast in German, it was so well-received, it led to the Python team returning in to record a second special this time in English. They both mined their prodigious television output and created new material that was as subversive as their TV scripts. At the same time they also released a string of hugely-popular vinyl albums, masterfully seizing the full imaginative potential of the audio medium. It is impossible to overestimate the importance of these items.
In the days before home video, it was through their books and records that fans were able to relive and memorise their favourite Python moments. The movie, a remounted collection of sketches, received a surprisingly strong response in England, despite the familiarity of the material from the original TV broadcasts.
The Pythons received a similarly strong welcome when they performed live on stage, on tours of England and Canada, and finally at London's Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
Other PBS stations followed suit, providing an eager fan base for the group's second movies, released in early The group had wanted to further explore the creative opportunities of feature films. A hilarious skewering of the Arthurian legend, it was directed by Jones and Gilliam, its low budget funded by a roll call of rock stars.