Flying Sheep, French Lecture on Sheep-Aircraft, A Man With Three Buttocks, A Man With Two Noses, Musical Mice, Marriage Guidance Counselor, The Wacky Queen, Working-Class Playwright, A ... See full summary »

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Voice Over #1 / First Frenchman / Pepperpot #4 / Interviewer / Southerner / A Scottsman on a horse / Mr. A / Stockbroker / Vicar
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It's Man / Jean-Brian Zatapathique / Pepperpot #3 / Compére / Arthur Pewtey / Alfred Lord Tennyson / Charlie Gardener / Man banging on the ceiling with a broom / Voice over #2 / Linkman
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Rustic / Pepperpot #1 / a man with two noses / Gladstone / Dad / Kargol / Accountant / Unnamed vox pop man #2
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City Gent / Pepperpot #2 / Arthur Frampton / Arthur Ewing / Queen Victoria / Mum / Harold Voice / Unnamed vox pop man #1 / Porter (voice)
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Announcer / Marriage Counsellor / Ken / Arthur Waring / Viking / Window Cleaner
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Deirdre Pewtey / Janet
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Flying Sheep, French Lecture on Sheep-Aircraft, A Man With Three Buttocks, A Man With Two Noses, Musical Mice, Marriage Guidance Counselor, The Wacky Queen, Working-Class Playwright, A Scotsman on a Horse, The Wrestling Epilogue, and The Mouse Problem. Written by William Tuttle

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12 October 1969 (UK)  »

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Trivia

In a sketch where an Anglican minister and a college professor decide the existence of God via wrestling, the characters were played by real pro wrestlers. See more »

Goofs

Monsignor Edward Gay (the Catholic wrestler Bishop) wears scarlet insignia, as if he were a Cardinal: a Monsignor should wear purple insignia. See more »

Quotes

Announcer: And now for something completely different: a man with three buttocks!
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Soundtracks

Liberty Bell March
Composed by John Philip Sousa (uncredited)
Performed by the Band of Grrenadier Guard (uncredited)
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