FILM : And Now for Something Completely Different
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And Now for Something Completely Different 1971 John Cleese, Michael Palin, Graham Chapman, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Carol Cleveland, Connie Booth, Winston Churchill, Adolf Hitler, Richard Nixon, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, King George VI London
Director : Ian MacNaughton   Production Company : Python (Monty) Pictures, Kettledrum Films  Region : LONDON A-B

A collection of some of the best sketches from the first two series of Monty Python's Flying Circus, re-filmed for the cinema screen.

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Monty Python's And Now For Something Completely Different [1971] [DVD] [2003]

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And Now for Something Completely Different - A cunning couple, Mr & Mrs Watson of Hull, decided to go camping to avoid being seen. They made the mistake of setting up camp at the side of a lake. This is of course Black Park Lake in the Black Park Country Park, Slough SL3. This park is next to Pinewood Studios and unsurprisingly has been used many times in TV & film over the years including Hammer Horror films, Carry On films, James Bond movies and some early Doctor Who.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno001. A cunning couple, Mr & Mrs Watson of Hull, decided to go camping to avoid being seen. They made the mistake of setting up camp at the side of a lake. This is of course Black Park Lake in the Black Park Country Park, Slough SL3. This park is next to Pinewood Studios and unsurprisingly has been used many times in TV & film over the years including Hammer Horror films, Carry On films, James Bond movies and some early Doctor Who.

And Now for Something Completely Different - A certain Mr Gumby is a neighbour of the Watsons. He told people where the couple had gone. He is standing (for his final few seconds before being blown-up!) outside a currently unidentified location, most likely in North Finchley.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno002. A certain Mr Gumby is a neighbour of the Watsons. He told people where the couple had gone. He is standing (for his final few seconds before being blown-up!) outside a currently unidentified location, most likely in North Finchley.

And Now for Something Completely Different - John Cleese introduces the film...from a desk in Black Park Country Park, Slough SL3.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno003. John Cleese introduces the film...from a desk in Black Park Country Park, Slough SL3.

And Now for Something Completely Different - Police Constable Graham Chapman cycles quickly to the tobaconists to arrest an Hungarian gentlemen (John Cleese) who is in possession of a questionable phrase book. Although much of the exteriors of this film were shot in Finchley, the Tobacconists is in Totteridge Village, London N20 8AE.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno004. Police Constable Graham Chapman cycles quickly to the tobaconists to arrest an Hungarian gentlemen (John Cleese) who is in possession of a questionable phrase book. Although much of the exteriors of this film were shot in Finchley, the Tobacconists is in Totteridge Village, London N20 8AE.

And Now for Something Completely Different - Terry Jones tries an example of the questionable Hungarian-to-English phrase book on a commuting Graham Chapman at 928 High Road, North Finchley.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno005. Terry Jones tries an example of the questionable Hungarian-to-English phrase book on a commuting Graham Chapman at 928 High Road, North Finchley.

andno005n. Peter wonders if the bus stop has been moved.
(Modern Photo Added: 19-08-2017)

And Now for Something Completely Different - The camera pans across the London skyline as the voice over talks about a new type of terror sweeping the streets of 1970's London. You can spot the Wellington Arch in the middle ground. It is also known as Constitution Arch or the Green Park Arch, and is located to the south of Hyde Park in central London and at the western corner of Green Park. The building on the right is Apsley House, the Duke of Wellington's 
townhouse Museum with a fine art collection and a Antonio Canova statue of Napoleon.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno006. The camera pans across the London skyline as the voice over talks about a new type of terror sweeping the streets of 1970's London. You can spot the Wellington Arch in the middle ground. It is also known as Constitution Arch or the Green Park Arch, and is located to the south of Hyde Park in central London and at the western corner of Green Park. The building on the right is Apsley House, the Duke of Wellington's townhouse Museum with a fine art collection and a Antonio Canova statue of Napoleon.

And Now for Something Completely Different - Hells Grannies show some fit young men that they have every reason to be scared. This seems to be Swan Lane Open Space in Whetstone, London N20. It is a public park in the London Borough of Barnet. It is the smallest of Barnet's sixteen 'Premier Parks'. The park was created around the 1930s on the site of former gravel pits beside a nineteenth-century estate.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno007. Hells Grannies show some fit young men that they have every reason to be scared. This seems to be Swan Lane Open Space in Whetstone, London N20. It is a public park in the London Borough of Barnet. It is the smallest of Barnet's sixteen 'Premier Parks'. The park was created around the 1930s on the site of former gravel pits beside a nineteenth-century estate.

And Now for Something Completely Different - The Grannies swagger along outside 821 High Road, North Finchley street.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno008. The Grannies swagger along outside 821 High Road, North Finchley street.

andno008n. The post box still resides in the same place in Peter's comparison.
(Modern Photo Added: 19-08-2017)

And Now for Something Completely Different - The senile delinquents treat everyone badly. They trip the young woman in an alley next to 60 Lodge Lane North Finchley, Greater London.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno009. The senile delinquents treat everyone badly. They trip the young woman in an alley next to 60 Lodge Lane North Finchley, Greater London.

And Now for Something Completely Different - The layabouts-in-lace kick a can around in an unidentified yard. Probably in the old garden areas around Church Path near the alley-way in the previous shot.
And Now for Something Completely Different

andno010. The layabouts-in-lace kick a can around in an unidentified yard. Probably in the old garden areas around Church Path near the alley-way in the previous shot.

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