An Anglo-American comedy troupe that became widely known in the late 1960s and 1970s for its irreverent, fast-paced television series. The show featured skits, such as the “Ministry of Silly Walks,” and highly original graphics. The members of the group included Graham Chapin, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin.
I've had several variations on the following conversation: Me: Do you know monty python at all?
To see what they were truly capable of, the film you need to see is their second effort: monty python's Life of Brian.
His description of how the legitimate arms of Madoff Securities were run sounds like a skit out of monty python.
In every other respect, though, Life of Brian is the pinnacle of monty python's achievement.
But most of all he loved monty python and would regularly repeat their hilarious sketches verbatim.
I loved Danny Kaye, on the one hand, and monty python on the other, and the few films of Andrew Bergman.
He is shouted down in tones that recall the crowd in monty python and the Holy Grail yelling, “Burn the witch!”
This being monty python, the answer should have been obvious—their memories are no more; their line retention has ceased to be.
His surreal anarchic wit inspired the subsequent scribblings of the monty python Crew.
When Spiny Norman, the giant hedgehog, goes looking for the Dimsdale brothers in monty python.