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Who Sold You This, Then? (1975)

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John Cleese ... Narrator
Hugh Laurie ... Charlie Jenkins
Jonathan Lynn
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English

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6 October 1975 (UK) See more »

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The Selling Line: Who Sold You This, Then? See more »

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Extremely humorous Customer Service Training Film
24 November 2008 | by MGCrooksSee all my reviews

John Cleese at his absolute best! Possibly better than Monty Python for those who do not understand Python humour (Personally, I never had a problem).

John Cleese is able to inject so much comedy yet still get his well-learned messages across in a way that nobody else seems to be able to do; it really is an Extremely humorous Customer Service Training Film.

I highly recommend this short movie for any business that has a Customer Service element. Though it is a selection of short stories within a select number of service industries, the lessons learned are EQUALLY applicable to ALL service industries.

I used it to help Computer Technicians prepare for Field Service, it was always the highlight of my Training Class.


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