An anthology of the best sketches from the first and second seasons of Monty Python’s Flying Circus (1969).
“And Now for Something Completely Different” is a British comedy film released in 1971. The film was created by the comedy troupe Monty Python, and was their first feature-length project.
The movie consists of a series of sketches that were originally performed on their television show, “Monty Python’s Flying Circus”. The sketches are presented in a new format with new linking material, and were re-filmed with a higher budget.
The film features some of Monty Python’s most famous sketches, such as “The Lumberjack Song”, “The Dead Parrot Sketch”, and “The Spanish Inquisition”. It also includes a number of new sketches, including a surreal animation sequence.
“And Now for Something Completely Different” was directed by Ian MacNaughton, who had previously directed the television series. The film was well-received by critics and fans, and helped to establish Monty Python as one of the most influential comedy groups of all time.