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Tuesday August 21st 2018

And Now for Something Completely Different | 1971

This assembly of the most famous sketches from the first two series of Monty Python's Flying Circus was made on the tiniest of budgets, using a disused dairy in Totteridge, North London as its make-do studio. The locations were thus nearby in Totteridge and Whetstone, with most of the shopping street sequences (Hell's Grannies, etc) using High Road, Finchley.