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Town Hall, New York City, 26 June 2000. An evening with Eddie Izzard in which he moves back and forth in time, with religion as the loose but constant theme. He begins with Pope John Paul... See more »

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Anastasia Pappas

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Eddie Izzard ... (written by)

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Michele Bessey ... line producer (as Michelle Bessey)
Caroline Chignell ... executive producer
Carol Donovan ... co-producer
Frank Garritano ... producer
Eddie Izzard ... executive producer
Helen Parker ... executive producer

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Sarah Townsend ... (as Sarah McGuinness)

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Ultan Byrne

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Bradley Thordarson

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Christopher Tunney ... unit manager

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Bob Aldridge ... sound engineer
Steve Lamphere ... sound assistant
Bryan Leskowicz ... sound assistant (as Bryan Leskowitz)
Sean McAuliffe ... sound post-production (as Sean McAullife)
David Sanders ... sound engineer

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Rob Balton ... jib operator
Jim Covello ... camera operator
Bob DelRusso ... camera operator (as Bobby Delrusso)
Michale Gallahan ... consultant: tv lighting
Steven Joyce ... videotape operator
Josh Monroe ... lighting designer
Jeff Muhlstock ... steadicam operator
Kevin Murphy ... focus puller
David Oakes ... lighting director
Billy Steinberg ... video engineer
Tom Ucciferri ... camera operator
Ron Washburn ... camera operator

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Marc Bauman ... technical manager
Roger Bellknap ... title sequence
Bob Benedetti ... utilities
Tom Carroll ... utilities
Keith Conod ... utilities
Eileen Doherty ... production assistant
Steve Doran ... production coordinator
Lilly Evod ... associate director
Mitch Geller ... technical director
Peter Kassnove ... production assistant (as Pete Kassnove)
Brian Lally ... production assistant
Marina Parker ... production assistant
Jenny Rask ... title sequence
Jennifer Reinstein ... production assistant
Michael Sipourene ... production assistant
Miguel Vargas ... production assistant

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Town Hall, New York City, 26 June 2000. An evening with Eddie Izzard in which he moves back and forth in time, with religion as the loose but constant theme. He begins with Pope John Paul II, and then criss-crosses to Pius XII, the Spanish Inquisition, the Crusades and Jerusalem, the world's five major religions, the Dark Ages, Jesus, and the future. Along the way, Izzard makes observations about guns and monkeys, the World Series, the NRA and the IRA, mad cows, Socrates, the Stoned Olympics, the Roman Empire, the Renaissance, and the Mona Lisa. Izzard wears black nylons, black leather pants, a black jacket and a diamond necklace. Written by

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  • Эдди Иззард: Круг (Russia)
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  • 82 min
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Trivia During the taping, there was a failure in the sound system at the theater, resulting in a 25-minute delay while it was repaired. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Episode #4.103 (2009). See more »
Quotes Eddie: [as Jesus, talking about the last supper] Well, what would you have done?
Eddie: [as God] I would have done cheese and wine, cheese and wine goes together much better than bread and wine. "Eat this cheese for it is my body."
Eddie: [as Jesus] But it's Judea, Dad. Cheese melts.
Eddie: [as God] Alright then, "Eat this cheese for it is my central nervous system." Hmmmm. Alright, alright, "Now eat these chicken drumsticks, for they are my legs, eat these carrots, they are my arms, eat this tomato, it is my head, and eat these oysters, they are my kneecaps."
Eddie: [as Jesus] If you do that Dad, your holy community is going to have priests with big trays yelling, "Who ordered the Body of Christ?"
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