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Monty Python's Fliegender Zirkus (1971)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  6 October 1973 (UK)
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Woman with Umbrella / First Frenchman / Famous Berlin Specialist / Vampire / Nurse in The Merchant of Venice / A Humble Woodcutter / Rapist / Martin Anthill / Lunais / Mrs.Mund / Undertaker / Mountie Chorus / Golden Post Customer / Attendant
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Professor / Fourth Frenchman / Little Red Riding Hood / Pirelli / Stake Your Claim Presenter / Mountie Chorus / Golden Post Head Waiter / Attendant
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Torch Runner / Farmer with dog / Shakespearean Expert / Woodcutter's Wife / Rapist / Abe Seagull / Sven Bordlander / Lunais' Mother / Albrecht Dürer / Golden Post Waiter
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Albrecht Dürer Singer / First Frenchman / Hitchhiker / Heinz the Stuttgart Rapist / Man with Fez / Kwame M'Boko / Pirelli's Mother / Mr.Hase / Undertaker / Mountie Chorus / Ceremonial Menu Waiter / Nobleman
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Third Bruce / Second Frenchman / Rapist / Ian McKellan / Herr Schultz / Undertaker / Lumberjack / Golden Post Waiter / Chairman
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The first special (which the Pythons performed in German) has also been called "Monty Python in Deutschland". The second special (which they performed in English) was referred to in contemporary guides, at the time of its original British airing, with the subtitle "Schnapps with Everything". See more »

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A Feeling of happiness
8 August 2002 | by (Elmhurst, Illinois) – See all my reviews

Can you get any funnier this really shows people they we'rent just known in England but Germany as well. Imagine that they not only took time to look through the German landscape but also learned the language. Saturday night Live certinley would not go that far to do something like that. Real classic gems. I wish they would have made more of them.


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