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25 B.C.: The Best of 25 Years of Billy Connolly (1992)

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A retrospective on Billy Connolly's 25 years as one of Britain's top comedians, featuring clips from many of his TV appearances mixed with new footage.

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A retrospective on Billy Connolly's 25 years as one of Britain's top comedians, featuring clips from many of his TV appearances mixed with new footage.

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Billy at his best...
9 September 2000 | by (Maryville, TN) – See all my reviews

If you've never heard or seen Billy Connolly's comedy routine, THIS is just the thing to start you off on the right track. Here in all their glory are some very memorable sketches and stand-up scenes and monologues spanning his first 25 years in show biz. In the early skits, you have to get used to the man's broad Scot accent but you'll notice that he eventually irons this out and he tries hard to 'modify' the way he talks, especially in the later scenes which are taken from 'live' US TV appearances. The skit which hits the mark on this particular point is taken from the popular Brit comedy show 'Not The 9 o'clock News' where his future wife Pamela Stephenson asks him, in a quite ridiculously incoherent accent, "...Billy, I understand that when you first came to England, people had trouble understanding your accent... is that true?" to which Billy, trying hard not to laugh, says "Sorry?" The jokes and skits come thick and fast and there's never a dull moment. Get and see!


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