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Monty Python's Flying Circus: The Complete Series £5.40 [Using Code] @ Zoom

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Use Code: SIGNUP10 The Flying Circus is where Monty Python started - 4 series of TV shows aired between 1969 and 1974 in the UK. Dubbed 'The Fathers of Modern British Comedy', it was seen as the st… Read More
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The Flying Circus is where Monty Python started - 4 series of TV shows aired between 1969 and 1974 in the UK. Dubbed 'The Fathers of Modern British Comedy', it was seen as the start of a new generation of TV comedy when it hit the mainstream, and was certainly seen as controversial in its day. Topical issues were included but silliness was the main theme, and seeing everyday stuff at a tangent was the order of the day. The guys classical education also is reflected in some of the more esoteric pieces. Now with a huge cult following, the Flying Circus appeals to both young and not-so-young.

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Alternatively, There's the Almost Everything boxset for £13.50, which includes: Monty Python's Meaning of Life, Monty Python's Life of Brian, and Monty Python and the Holy Grail, as well as 'And Now for Something Completely Different, along with The Flying Circus.

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Shame, i was looking for something completely different.
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i constantly quote life of brian and i'm the funniest guy in the greater thames valleys region

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[mod] 3 Likes #1
Awesome, truly awesome, deal
#2
Could we have the direct link and the code please as I am only getting £19.05.
Thanks
#4
sarkymark1
Could we have the direct link and the code please as I am only getting £19.05.
Thanks
The direct link is through the title and the discount code is 'SIGNUP10'.
#5
sarkymark1
Could we have the direct link and the code please as I am only getting £19.05.
Thanks
Code Signup10 only takes total to £17.14
#6
Great spot, what a deal - thanks OP!
#7
sarkymark1
sarkymark1
Could we have the direct link and the code please as I am only getting £19.05.
Thanks
Code Signup10 only takes total to £17.14
Got it thanks!
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sarkymark1
sarkymark1
Could we have the direct link and the code please as I am only getting £19.05.
Thanks
Code Signup10 only takes total to £17.14


Just click 'Get Deal' in the corner, should take you to the £6 box set.
#9
Oh wow. Is there a Blu-Ray version before I buy this?
#10
Nice OP
#11
Great find Fantasydeals.
1 Like #12
SAY NO MORE!
(nudge, nudge, wink, wink)
1 Like #13
The only thing that ruins Monty Python is people quoting it.
6 Likes #14
i constantly quote life of brian and i'm the funniest guy in the greater thames valleys region
8 Likes #15
Shame, i was looking for something completely different.
1 Like #16
majestic2012
Oh wow. Is there a Blu-Ray version before I buy this?
All of the studio footage was shot on SD video with the exteriors shot on 16mm film. It is unlikely to appear on Blu-ray.
2 Likes #17
Duelling.Duck
The only thing that ruins Monty Python is people quoting it.
Your highness, there is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about
1 Like #18
The "not the nine o'clock news" sketch about Monty Python

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asUyK6JWt9U


Edited By: Shard on Apr 10, 2017 07:34
#19
Deal4Me91
majestic2012
Oh wow. Is there a Blu-Ray version before I buy this?
All of the studio footage was shot on SD video with the exteriors shot on 16mm film. It is unlikely to appear on Blu-ray.
Thanks for the info :)
#20
A new, sealed set yeah?

Scorching OP! If only I still bought physical media... (_;)
suspended#21
Some of the less known sketches are better than the well known ones.
Like The Llama sketch. The Hungarian translation book. The Cheese shop and dozens of others
Hungarian Sketch

Edited By: PhilK on Apr 10, 2017 08:36
#22
Caution to all, just tried to order but got a 'couldn't be processed at this time' message on final step. Pay pal doesn't think so however, and have processed the payment. Item still in my basket!
#23
nice
#24
My hovercraft is full of eels. Heat added and ordered, thanks.
#25
Bobstains
Caution to all, just tried to order but got a 'couldn't be processed at this time' message on final step. Pay pal doesn't think so however, and have processed the payment. Item still in my basket!
I just bought using Paypal and have an order confirmation from Zoom.
This record is scratched.
#26
spannerzone
Bobstains
Caution to all, just tried to order but got a 'couldn't be processed at this time' message on final step. Pay pal doesn't think so however, and have processed the payment. Item still in my basket!
I just bought using Paypal and have an order confirmation from Zoom.
This record is scratched.
Ahh, just a case of 'lucky me' then, although i'm not getting far trying to get a response from Zoom.
#27
Why so cheap? Has John Cleese had another divorce, At this rate he will be working to pay the 18 marriages he has had.
#28
Great spot and with the 10% code only £1:35 each series. One of the best value recommendations on Hukdeals thank you
#29
Georgedeals
Why so cheap? Has John Cleese had another divorce, At this rate he will be working to pay the 18 marriages he has had.

Hyperbole and a half.
#30
sold out
1 Like #31
You should brace yourselves for disappointment. Monty Python was ground breaking but looking back on it now after seeing many subsequent shows influenced by it that is no longer true. Python sketches fall flat as often as they work. As Michael Palin put it:
"People forgive you the things that don't work," he said. "A lot of Python was crap, it really was. We put stuff in there that was not really that good, but fortunately there were a couple of gleaming things that everyone remembers while they've forgotten the dross."
I love the Python team at their best. Their films are epic and if you want the best sketches I recommend the ones put together into the 1971 release "And Now for Something Completely Different".
But don't try revisting the old shows again, you will be disappointed.
#32
The_Third_Man
You should brace yourselves for disappointment. Monty Python was ground breaking but looking back on it now after seeing many subsequent shows influenced by it that is no longer true. Python sketches fall flat as often as they work. As Michael Palin put it:
"People forgive you the things that don't work," he said. "A lot of Python was crap, it really was. We put stuff in there that was not really that good, but fortunately there were a couple of gleaming things that everyone remembers while they've forgotten the dross."
I love the Python team at their best. Their films are epic and if you want the best sketches I recommend the ones put together into the 1971 release "And Now for Something Completely Different".
But don't try revisting the old shows again, you will be disappointed.

Even the not so good sketches are way better than anything now. And that's not hyperbole - its fact.
1 Like #33
This deal has expired. It is no more. It has ceased to be.
#34
PhilK
Some of the less known sketches are better than the well known ones.
Like The Llama sketch. The Hungarian translation book. The Cheese shop and dozens of othersHungarian Sketch

The cheese shop is one of the famous ones, and let's not forget the 'argument' sketch
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Listed as 'Sold Out'!
#36
Deal4Me91
majestic2012
Oh wow. Is there a Blu-Ray version before I buy this?
All of the studio footage was shot on SD video with the exteriors shot on 16mm film. It is unlikely to appear on Blu-ray.

Not to be pedantic but I think it was just 'video' back then.




Edited By: markweatherill on Apr 10, 2017 15:46
#37
Duelling.Duck
The only thing that ruins Monty Python is people quoting it.

http://i.imgur.com/2yR6oUK.gif
#38
We drunkenly stumbled upon the "you're no fun anymore" sketches years ago, and we used that phrase to death afterwards, so might have to get this to check it out again! Already have a special edition Holy Grail with loads of extra and commentary but am still tempted by films box set...
#39
Darn. I was too slow. Missed it :(
#40
DennisG
i constantly quote life of brian and i'm the funniest guy in the greater thames valleys region


crucifixion? this way!

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