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"Naughty boy:" Monty Python star Terry Jones dies at 77
I just saw John Cleese live....funny guy.
Saw Graham Chapman years ago.
Fun, silly British humor.
It's so sad when anyone has dementia, but especially so with someone as smart and funny as him. I saw the whole crew in the '70s at City Center in Manhattan. They did some of their most famous bits, including the dead parrot, and silly walk. Johnny Cash was sitting a few rows in front of us sipping a cocktail. I was a Flying Circus fan, and still think the skits are very funny.
Monty Python never gets old. The (mostly) live from O2 (one down, five to go), proves it.
And Terry also screenwrote Labyrinth, something us Bowie fans cherish.
Thanks, Terry, may you RIP.
He also wrote "Monty Python and The Meaning of Life". No matter how many times I see it, "Life" cracks me up. Thank you Terry Jones.]
[QUOTE="John Celardo, post: 497462, member: 94] and still think the skits are very funny.[/QUOTE]
You still think the skits are funny because the skits ARE and always will be funny!
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