A man with double vision organizes a mountain-climbing expedition; llamas are celebrated in a rousing Spanish song; a barber is afraid to cut hair; a couple's romantic evening is ruined by uncouth visitors.

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Spanish Señorita / Jimmy Blenkinshop / The Man with a Tape Recorder Up His Nose's Brother / Member of the Mounties Choir / Pepperpot / Professor R.J. Gumby / Victor
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Voiceover / Spanish Lecturer / The Announcer / Sir George Head / Member of the Mounties Choir / Brigadier Sir Charles Arthur Strong (Mrs.) / Brian Equator (voice)
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Spanish Dancer / Animated Encyclopedia Salesman's Wife / Customer / Ken Buddha / Audrey Equator
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It's Man / A Man with a Tape Recorder Up His Nose / Person on Tape Recorder / Bevis / Mr. Cook / Sweeney Todd / Lumberjack (voice)
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Encyclopedia Salesman / Carnival Barker / Kewpie Doll / Knight with Chicken / Mr. Freight (voice)
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Iris
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The Fred Tomlinson Singers ...
Mounties Choir / Singing Miners
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A man with double vision organizes a mountain-climbing expedition; llamas are celebrated in a rousing Spanish song; a barber is afraid to cut hair; a couple's romantic evening is ruined by uncouth visitors.

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14 December 1969 (UK)  »

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Trivia

"The Visitors" sketch is the very first showing all six Pythons playing together. See more »

Quotes

Hairdresser: Look... I never wanted to be a hairdresser in the first place. I wanted to be a lumberjack. Yes! A lumberjack! Leaping from tree to tree! The crash of the mighty oak! The elm! The larch! With my best girlie by my side! We'd sing, sing, sing!
[the Lumberjack Song starts]
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Referenced in The A-Team: Timber! (1984) See more »

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The Washington Post
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Music by John Philip Sousa
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