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Added by rebelhawk
Cover by admin (371)

Added on: 21/02/2003
Latest update: 13/02/2019
User updates processed: 5

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Monty Python Flying Circus #02 (1970) [LV12544]

Country  USA  
Released  1987
Publisher  Paramount Home Video
Price  29.98 USD

UPC  (none)
Category  TV Series

Color  Color
Length  90 min.
Sides  2
Chapters  3
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  Pioneer USA



 Sound Encoding  Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
96-799-A1-1   7B290342
96-799-B1-2   8B040936

 Additional Information by rebelhawk    15/05/2004 


  • Side 1:
    • No. 15 (Series 2, Episode 2, 1970)
    • No. 20 (Series 2, Episode 7, 1970)
  • Side 2:
    • No. 31 (Series 3, Episode 5, 1972)

 Additional Information by harveytwh    13/02/2019 

Episode 31 contains the infamous "masturbation" line in Summarizing Proust, compared to more widely available versions that shorten or redub it, such as the A&E DVD, and a longer reaction shot (there also appears to be a video glitch, perhaps from a splice job, around this point). Later in the episode, the audience reaction and stammering from Palin after the excised "what a silly bunt" line in the Travel Agent sketch is a little longer too. However, the episode has one fewer blue-screen shot of the "start again" loony at the very end; the A&E DVD has one final one over black just before the copyright card that is not on the LD. (As well, in general, these Paramount laserdiscs tend to cut off the audience applause early just before copyright cards.)