The first Monty Python's Flying Circus ever


WORLD'S FIRST
MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS

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What was the world's first Monty Python's Flying Circus?

Monty Python's Flying Circus was an extremely popular BBC sketch comedy show that showcase stars such as John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Graham Chapman and Eric Idle.

The first Monty Python's Flying Circus episode was titled 'Whither Canada?' and was recorded on September 07, 1969 and first broadcast on October 05, 1969.

The skits in the first episode were:

  • It's Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

  • Famous deaths

  • Italian lesson

  • Whizzo butter

  • It's the Arts

  • Arthur 'Two-Sheds' Jackson

  • Picasso/cycling race

  • The funniest joke in the world

The show lasted 4 seasons in which 45 episodes were produced, the last titled 'A Party Political Broadcast on Behalf of the Liberal Party' aired on December 05, 1974.


Monty Python's Flying Circus


The first Monty Python's Flying Circus ever

The first Monty Python's Flying Circus ever

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