In this mock-documentary, John Cleese narrates a series of sketches on irritation -- types and techniques. Included are parents irritating their children, old ladies irritating movie-goers ... See full summary »
Surreal, sketch based TV comedy series. Two series were produced in 1967 by the commercial company Associated Rediffusion. In style and content, a forerunner of 'Monty Python's Flying ... See full summary »
Terry Gilliam's animation contributions for this series were the opening and closing credits. The opening was a production line making identical looking mannequins/men, one eventually gets Marty's head, and is ejected into a rubbish bin. (This sequence appears in Gilliam's "Animations of Mortality" book.). The closing credits were various people saying "Good Bye!" and having horrible things happen to them. (i.e. A train conductor pulls a level and gets run over by a train, Mickey Mouse-type thingy gets smashed in a rat trap, etc... ) See more »
I think Marty Felman was a Genious ,he needed no props not really anyone else on the stage with him, He didn't need the movies, with other people around him, He shined his brightest when alone on a stage. I don't think he ever got the recognition that he deserved, He was the one man I would have dearly to have loved to meet, The world is a lot less bright without him, I quote the words so aptly put on his grave site, YOU MADE US LAUGH YOU TOOK AWAY OUR PAIN WE LOVE YOU
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