Sketches include: a German composer with an extraordinarily long name; crooks plan an elaborate scheme to buy a watch; a chocolate-company owner markets "Crunchy Frog."
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The "Dull Life of a City Stockbroker" film was edited prior to being shown on American television and the topless news agent scene removed in some locations. The topless news agent scene was shown on PBS and KET (Kentucky Educational Television ) in the mid 70's usually after 9PM. Much to the delight of a 13 year old viewer. See more
In the sketch Crunchy Frog, the proprietor of the Whizzo Quality Assortment proudly claims that his product contains no artificial ingredients. Later, when pressed on the ingredient Lark's Vomit, he states that monosodium glutamate is one of the other ingredients listed on the label on the bottom of the box. See more
It's the uniform that puts 'em off. That and my bad breath.
In the end credits, almost everything pertaining to the production of this episode was credited to "Irving C. Saltzberg", the megalomaniacal film producer character played by Graham Chapman. See more
The A&E video release of the series added some footage that was originally edited for television, including a nude clerk selling a newspaper to Michael Palin in the "Dull Life of a City Stockbroker." See more
James Bond is Back
Music by John Barry See more