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The Outdoor Exhibition Reminds of Monty Python in London

Perhaps this is one of the quite different exhibitions for the Londoners. There is a Norwegian blue parrot in a hard dead posture (long or high depending on the position) 15m along the River Thames across the city center. Although it may surprise the foreign visitors, this dead parrot immediately reminds most Britons of a cultural symbol that is Monty Python.

It’s been 50 years since Monty Python created “the second language in an outcast everywhere.” The head of the 3 sculptor group is Prendergast. “We are all Monty Python fans and we are pleased to create this parrot,” he said. It took them two months to complete the work in both literally and figuratively.”

Monty Python is often called The Pythons. This is a comedy group that created Monty Python’s Flying Circus, which the UK television program was broadcasted the first time on BBC on October 5, 1969. 45 episodes were recorded with more than 4 series. This theater group has a strong influence on comedy in the country. Their influence is like the Beatles influencing music.

The dead parrot is the character in Monty Python’s plays played on television. In the near future, live shows will be shown again on stage. At this time, using parrot’s image is the most effective way of promoting. Terry Gilliam, who is one of the characters of the Python group also visited the blue parrot before it was brought to the exhibition.

Whatever the reason, the exhibition is a very meaningful event for Monty Python lovers. Moreover, thanks to this event, young people in Lonon have a chance to know about Monty Python and some of them are curious and want to learn more about their musical work. Apart from that, the visitors have a very interesting opportunity to admire the outstanding blue parrot in the heart of the capital.

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Michael Palin Was Awarded The BAFTA Academy Fellowship

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has said they will award the Academy Fellowship to actor Michael Palin, member of the popular comedy group Monty Python.
According to Bingham’s president John Wallis, the award recognizes Palin’s tireless contributions to the British film and television industry over the past five decades.

Michael Palin became famous when he wrote the script and acted as the main character for the comedy group Monty Python. This comedy filmed a series of TV series with various themes spanning from 1969-1983. Monty Python (commonly known as The Pythons) is a comedy group that created Monty Python’s Flying Circus, a BBC television program that first aired on the BBC on October 5, 1969. 45 episodes were recorded with more than 4 series.
The British comedy Monty Python has a lot of “parody” that really makes sound, they have touched the subject sacred related to sensitive topic such as Jesus or King Arthur.
Monty’s Life of Brian (1979) is an example. This film revolves around the story of Brian, a Jewish boy born at the right time and place like Jesus, believing himself to be the prophet sent by God, but the problem is that he cannot convince people to believe this truth.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail is a film about the time of King Arthur. Born in 1975 with limited budget and little film-making experience by Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones, The Holy Grail has brought the success beyond expectations and has become a must-have movie in Monty’s history. The film lasted more than an hour and a half with strange details, monstrous, a little crazy but that was the reason made the film and become one of the best comedy of all time. The film’s simplicity, its simple content and the way it is filmed when it comes to combining animated images and virtual characters is “clumsy”. All that thought was not good, but added humor to a very special Holy Grail, very special and impressive than ever.
In 2000, readers of Total Film voted Monty Python and the Holy Grail was one of the five best comedies of all time.

In the late 1980s, Palin had a new interest in documenting travel. One of his most famous works is Around the World in 80 Days, Pole to Pole or Brazil with Michael Palin. …

Speaking of the BAFTA’s honors, the 70s approaching humble, said, “I am very aware that all my successes are based on teamwork. I was very fortunate during my career with the support of my colleagues. ”

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