MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS,
THE SERIES ON VIDEO
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Vol. 1 - The First Monty Python's Flying Circus Videocassette (1970)

EPISODE 14: 'Face the Press'; New cooker sketch; Tobacconists (prostitute advert); The Ministry of Silly Walks; The Piranha brothers.

EPISODE 17: Architect sketch; How to give up being a Mason; Motor insurance sketch; 'The Bishop'; Living room on pavement; Poets; A choice of viewing; Chemist sketch; Words not to be used again; After-shave; Vox pops; Police Constable Pan-Am.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1992), PAR 12543 (ISBN 0-7921-0642-3), 60 minutes (includes episodes 14 and 17) [NTSC video]


Vol. 2 - The Second (In Sequence, Not Quality) Monty Python's Flying Circus Videocassette (1969/1970)

EPISODE 15: Man-powered flight; The Spanish Inquisition; Jokes and novelties salesman; Tax on thingy; Vox pops; Photos of Uncle Ted (Spanish Inquisition); The semaphore version of 'Wuthering Heights'; 'Julius Caesar' on an Aldis lamp; Court scene (charades).

EPISODE 29: 'The Money Programme'; 'There is nothing quite so wonderful as money' (song); Erizabeth L; Fraud film squad; Salvation fuzz; Jungle restaurant; Apology for violence and nudity; Ken Russell's 'Gardening Club'; The Lost World of Roiurama; Six more minutes of Monty Python's Flying Circus; Argument clinic; Hitting on the head lessons; Inspector Flying Fox of the Yard; One more minute of Monty Python's Flying Circus.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1992), PAR 12544 (ISBN 0-7921-0644-X), 59 minutes (includes episodes 15 and 29) [NTSC video]


Vol. 3 - The Third (But Still Drastically Important Absolutely Necessary To Have) Monty Python's Flying Circus Videocassette (1970/1972)

EPISODE 20: 'The Attila the Hun Show'; Attila the Nun; Secretary of State striptease; Vox pops on politicians; Ratcatcher; Wainscotting; Killer sheep; The news for parrots; The news for gibbons; Today in Parliament; The news for wombats; Attila the Bun; The Idiot in Society; Test match; The Epsom furniture race; 'Take Your Pick'.

EPISODE 31: 'Summarize Proust Competition'; Everest climbed by hairdressers; Fire brigade; Our Eamonn; 'Party Hints' with Veronica Smalls; Language laboratory; Travel agent; Watney's Red Barrel; Theory on Brontosauruses by Anne Elk (Miss).

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1986), PAR 12545 (ISBN 0-7921-0646-6), 58 minutes (includes episodes 20 and 31) [NTSC video]


Vol. 4 - The Fourth (Eagerly Awaited, Impatiently Anticipated, Ardently Sought After, Raring-To-Go And Real Good) Monty Python's Flying Circus Videotape (1970/1972)

EPISODE 22: 'How to recognize different parts of the body'; Bruces; Naughty bits; The man who contradicts people; Cosmetic surgery; Camp square-bashing; Cut-price airline; Batley Townswomen's Guild presents the first heart transplant; The first underwater production of 'Measure for Measure'; The death of Mary Queen of Scots; Exploding penguin on the TV set; There's been a murder; Europolice Song Contest; 'Bing Tiddle Tiddle Bong' (song).

EPISODE 28: Emigration from Surbiton to Hounslow; Schoolboys' Life Assurance Company; How to rid the world of all known diseases; Mrs Niggerbaiter explodes; Vicar/salesman; Farming Club; 'Life of Tschaikowsky'; Trim-Jeans Theatre; Fish-slapping dance; World War One; The BBC is short of money; Puss in Boots.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1992), PAR 12560 (ISBN 0-7921-0648-2), 60 minutes (includes episodes 22 and 28) [NTSC video]


Vol. 5 - Monty Python's Fifth Videocassette (1970/1972)

EPISODE 25: 'The Black Eagle'; Dirty Hungarian phrasebook; Court (phrasebook); Communist quiz; 'Ypres 1914' - abandoned; Art gallery strikes; 'Ypres 1914'; Hospital for over-actors; Gumby flower arranging; Spam.

EPISODE 32: Tory Housewives Clean-up Campaign; Gumby brain specialist; Molluscs - 'live' TV documentary; The Minister for not listening to people; Tuesday documentary/children's story/party political broadcast; Apology (politicians); Expedition to Lake Pahoe; The silliest interview we've ever had; The silliest sketch we've ever done.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1987), PAR 12561 (ISBN 0-7921-0722-5), 59 minutes (includes episodes 25 and 32) [NTSC video]


Vol. 6 - Volume Six And Violence (1970/1972)

EPISODE 24: Conquistador coffee campaign; Repeating groove; Ramsey MacDonald striptease; Job hunter; Agatha Christie sketch (railway timetables); Mr Neville Shunte; Film director (teeth); City gents vox pops; 'Crackpot Religions Ltd'; 'How not to be seen'; Crossing the Atlantic on a tricycle; Interview in filing cabinet; 'Yummy yummy'; Monty Python's Flying Circus again in thirty seconds.

EPISODE 33: Biggles dictates a letter; Climbing the north face of the Uxbridge road; Lifeboat; Old lady snoopers; 'Storage jars'; The show so far; Cheese shop; Philip Jenkinson on Cheese Westerns; Sam Peckinpah's 'Salad Days'; Apology; The news with Richard Baker; Seashore interlude film.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1987), PAR 12582, 58 minutes (includes episodes 24 and 33) [NTSC video]


Vol. 7 - Pipe Dreams (1970/1972)

EPISODE 18: Live from the Grill-o-Mat snack bar, Paignton; 'Blackmail'; Society for Putting Things on top of Other Things; Escape (from film); Current affairs; Accidents sketch; Seven Brides for Seven Brothers; The man who is alternately rude and polite; Documentary on boxer.

EPISODE 35: Bomb on plane; A naked man; Ten seconds of sex; Housing project built by characters from nineteenth-century English literature; M1 interchange built by characters from 'Paradise Lost'; Mystico and Janet - flats built by hypnosis; 'Mortuary Hour'; The Olympic hide-and-seek final; The Cheap-Laughs; Bull-fighting; The British Well-Basically Club; Prices on the planet Algon.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1987), PAR 12583, 60 minutes (includes episodes 18 and 35) [NTSC video]


Vol. 8 - Behind The Eight Ball (1970/1972)

EPISODE 26: The Queen will be watching; Coal mine (historical argument); The man who says things in a very roundabout way; The man who speaks only the ends of words; The man who speaks only the beginnings of words; The man who speaks only the middles of words; Commercials; How to feed a goldfish; The man who collects birdwatcher's eggs; Insurance sketch; Hospital run by RSM; Mountaineer; Exploding version of 'The Blue Danube'; Girls boarding school; Submarine; Lifeboat (cannibalism; Undertaker's sketch.

EPISODE 36: Tudor jobs agency; Pornographic bookshop; Elizabethan pornography smugglers; Silly disturbances (the Rev. Arthur Belling); The free repetition of doubtful words sketch, by an underrated author; 'Is there?'... life after death?; The man who says words in the wrong order; Thripshaw's disease; Silly noises; Sherry-drinking vicar.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1988), PAR 12600 (ISBN 0-7921-0728-4), 58 minutes (includes episodes 26 and 36) [NTSC video]


Vol. 9 - Silly Party And Other Favors (1970/1972)

EPISODE 19: 'It's a Living'; The time on BBC 1; School prize-giving; 'if' - a film by Mr Dibley; 'Rear Window' - a film by Mr Dibley; 'Finian's Rainbow' (starring the man from the off-licence); Foreign Secretary; Dung; Dead Indian; Timmy Williams interview; Raymond Luxury Yacht interview; Registry office; Election Night Special (Silly and Sensible Parties).

EPISODE 27: Court scene - multiple murderer; Icelandic saga; Court scene (Viking); Stock Exchange report; Mrs Premise and Mrs Conclusion visit Jean-Paul Sartre; Whicker Island.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1988), PAR 12601 (ISBN 0-7921-0656-3), 60 minutes (includes episodes 19 and 27) [NTSC video]


Vol. 10 - Blood, Devastation, Death, War, Horror, And Other Humorous Events (1970/1972)

EPISODE 16: A bishop rehearsing; Flying lessons; Hijacked plane (to Luton); The Poet McTeagle; Psychiatrist milkman; Complaints; Deja vu.

EPISODE 30: 'Blood, Devastation, Death, War and Horror'; The man who speaks in anagrams; Anagram quiz; Merchant banker; Pantomime horses; Life and death struggles; Mary recruitment office; Bus conductor sketch; The man who makes people laugh uncontrollably; Army captain as clown; Gestures to indicate pauses in a televised talk; Neurotic announcers; The news with Richard Baker (vision only); 'The Pantomime Horse is a Secret Agent film'.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1988), PAR 12652 (ISBN 0-7921-0602-4), 60 minutes (includes episodes 16 and 30) [NTSC video]


Vol. 11 - Dirty Vicars, Poofy Judges, And Oscar Wilde, Too! (1970/1973)

EPISODE 21: Trailer; 'Archeology Today'; Silly vicar; Leapy Lee; Registrar (wife swap); Silly doctor sketch (immediately abandoned); Mr and Mrs Git; Mosquito hunters; Poofy judges; Mrs Thing and Mrs Entity; Beethoven's mynah bird; Shakespeare; Michaelangelo; Colin Mozart (ratcatcher); Judges.

EPISODE 39: Thames TV introduction; 'Light Entertainment Awards'; Dickie Attenborough; The Oscar Wilde sketch; David Niven's fridge; Pasolini's film 'The Third Test Match'; New brain from Curry's; Blood donor; International Wife-Swapping; Credits of the Year; The dirty vicar sketch.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1992), PAR 12653 (ISBN 0-7921-0604-0), 60 minutes (includes episodes 21 and 39) [NTSC video]


Vol. 12 - Kamikaze Highlanders (1973)

EPISODE 37: 'Boxing Tonight' - Jack Bodell v. Sir Kenneth Clark; Dennis Moore; Lupins; What the stars foretell; Doctor; TV4 or not TV4' discussion; Ideal Loon Exhibition; Off-Licence; 'Prejudice'.

EPISODE 38: Party Political Broadcast (choreographed); 'A Book at Bedtime'; 'Redgauntlet'; Kamikaze Scotsmen; No time to lose; Penguins; BBC programme planners; Unexploded Scotsmen; 'Spot the Looney'; Rival documentaries; 'Dad's Doctors' (trail); Dad's Pooves' (trail).

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1988), PAR 12654 (ISBN 0-7921-0606-7), 60 minutes (includes episodes 37 and 38) [NTSC video]


Vol. 13 - "I'm A Lumberjack," (1969)

EPISODE 1: '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.

EPISODE 9: Llamas; A man with a tape recorder up his nose; Kilimanjaro expedition (double vision); A man with a tape recorder up his brother's nose; Homicidal barber; Lumberjack song; Gumby crooner; The refreshment room at Bletchley; Hunting film; The visitors.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1989), PAR 12736 (ISBN 0-7921-2363-8), 60 minutes (includes episodes 1 and 9) [NTSC video]


Vol. 14 - Chocolate Frogs, Baffled Cats, And Other Tasty Treats (1969)

EPISODE 5: Confuse-a-Cat; The smuggler; A duck, a cat and a lizard (discussion); Vox pops on smuggling; Police raid; Letters and vox pops; Newsreader arrested; Erotic film; Silly job interview; Careers advisory board; Burglar/encyclopedia salesman.

EPISODE 6: 'It's the Arts'; Johann Gombolputty... von Hautkopf of Ulm; Non-illegal robbery; Vox pops; Crunchy frog; The dull life of a City stockbroker; Red Indian in theatre; Policemen make wonderful friends; A Scotsman on a horse; Twentieth-century vole.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1989), PAR 12737 (ISBN 0-7921-1008-0), 60 minutes (includes episodes 5 and 6) [NTSC video]


Vol. 15 - "Dead Parrots Don't Talk" And Other Fowl Plays (1969)

EPISODE 7: Camel spotting; You're no fun any more; The audit; Science fiction sketch; Man turns into Scotsman; Police station; Blancmanges playing tennis.

EPISODE 8: Army protection racket; Vox pops; Art critic - the place of the nude; Buying a bed; Hermits; Dead parrot; The flasher; Hell's Grannies.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1989), PAR 12738 (ISBN 0-7921-1010-2), 60 minutes (includes episodes 7 and 8) [NTSC video]


Vol. 16 - A Man With Three Cheeks, Or Butt Naught For Me (1969)

EPISODE 2: Flying sheep; French lecture on sheep-aircraft; A man with three buttocks; A man with two noses; Musical mice; Marriage guidance counsellor; The wacky queen; Working-class playwright; A Scotsman on a horse; The wrestling epilogue; The mouse problem.

EPISODE 11: Letter (lavatorial humour); Interruptions; Agatha Christie sketch; Literary football discussion; Undertakers film; Interesting people; Eighteenth-century social legislation; The Battle of Trafalgar; Batley Townswomens' Guild presents the Battle of Pearl Harbor; Undertakers film.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1989), PAR 12739 (ISBN 0-7291-1574-0), 60 minutes (includes episodes 2 and 11) [NTSC video]


Vol. 17 - The Upper-Class Twit Competition (1970)

EPISODE 12: Falling from building; 'Spectrum' - talking about things; Visitors from Coventry; Mr. Hilter; The Minehead by-election; Police station (silly voices); Upperclass Twit of the Year; Ken Shabby; How far can a minister fall?

EPISODE 13: Intermissions; Restaurant (abuse/cannibalism); Advertisements; Albatross; Come back to my place; Me Doctor; Historical impersonations; Quiz programme - 'Wishes'; 'Probe-around' on crime; Stonehenge; Mr Attila the Hun; Psychiatry - silly sketch; Operating theatre (squatters).

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1989), PAR 12740 (ISBN 0-7921-1014-5), 60 minutes (includes episodes 12 and 13) [NTSC video]


Vol. 18 - Despicable Families, Naughty Complaints, And Killer Fruit (1969/1974)

EPISODE 4: Song ('And did those feet'); Art gallery; Art critic; It's a man's life in the modern army; Undressing in public; Self-defence; Secret Service dentists.

EPISODE 45: 'Most Awful Family in Britain'; Icelandic Honey Week; A doctor whose patients are stabbed by his nurse; Brigadier and Bishop; Appeal on behalf of extremely rich people; The man who finishes other people's sentences; David Attenborough; The walking tree of Dahomey; The batsmen of the Kalahari; Cricket match (assegais); BBC News (handovers).

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1990), PAR 12765 (ISBN 0-7921-1908-8), 60 minutes (includes episodes 4 and 45) [NTSC video]


Vol. 19 - Nudge, Nudge, Wink, Wink (1969/1974)

EPISODE 3: Court scene (witness in coffin/Cardinal Richelieu); The larch; Bicycle repair man; Children's stories; Restaurant sketch; Seduced milkmen; Stolen newsreader; Children's interview; Nudge nudge.

EPISODE 43: Bogus psychiatrists; 'Nationwide'; Police helmets; Father-in-law; Hamlet and Ophelia; Boxing match aftermath; Boxing commentary; Piston engine (a bargain); A room in Polonius' house; Dentists; Live from Epsom; Queen Victoria Handicap.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1990), PAR 12766 (ISBN 0-7921-1910-X), 60 minutes (includes episodes 3 and 19) [NTSC video]


Vol. 20 - Pet Ants, Dead Poets & The Mysterious Michael Ellis (1969/1974)

EPISODE 10: Walk-on part in sketch; Bank robber (lingerie shop); Trailer; Arthur Tree; Vocational Guidance Counsellor (chartered accountant); The first man to jump the Channel; Tunnelling from Godalming to Java; Pet conversions; Gorilla librarian; Letters to 'Daily Mirror'; Strangers in the night.

EPISODE 41: Department store; Buying an ant; At home with the ant and other pets; Documentary on ants; Ant communication; Poetry reading (ants); Toupee; Different endings.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1990), PAR 12767 (ISBN 0-7921-1912-6), 60 minutes (includes episodes 10 and 41) [NTSC video]


Vol. 21 - Scott Of The Antarctic (1970/1974)

EPISODE 23: French subtitled film; Scott of the Antarctic; Scott of the Sahara; Fish licence; Derby Council v. All Blacks rugby match; Long John Silver Impersonators v. Bournemouth Gynaecologists.

EPISODE 42: 'Up your Pavement'; RAF banter; Trivializing the war; Courtmartial; Basingstoke in Westphalia; 'Anything goes In' (song); Film trailer; The public are idiots; Programme titles conference; The last five miles of the M2; Woody and tinny words; Show-jumping (musical); Newsflash (Germans); 'When Does A Dream Begin?' (song).

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1990), PAR 12768 (ISBN 0-7921-1914-2), 60 minutes (includes episodes 23 and 42) [NTSC video]


Vol. 22 - Mr. Neutron's Balloonish Bicycle Tour (1972/1974)

EPISODE 34: Mr Pither; Clodagh Rogers; Trotsky; Smolensk; Bingo-crazed Chinese; 'Jack in a Box'.

EPISODE 40: Montgolfier Brothers; Louis XIV; George III; Zeppelin.

EPISODE 44: Post box ceremony; Teddy Salad (CIA agent); 'Conjuring Today'.

  • distributed by Paramount Home Video (1990), PAR 12770 (ISBN 0-7921-1916-9), 90 minutes (includes episodes 34, 40, and 44) [NTSC video]
PAL

Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 1, Vol. 1 (1969)

EPISODE 1: '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.

EPISODE 2: Flying sheep; French lecture on sheep-aircraft; A man with three buttocks; A man with two noses; Musical mice; Marriage guidance counsellor; The wacky queen; Working-class playwright; A Scotsman on a horse; The wrestling epilogue; The mouse problem.

EPISODE 3: Court scene (witness in coffin/Cardinal Richelieu); The larch; Bicycle repair man; Children's stories; Restaurant sketch; Seduced milkmen; Stolen newsreader; Children's interview; Nudge nudge.

EPISODE 4: Song ('And did those feet'); Art gallery; Art critic; It's a man's life in the modern army; Undressing in public; Self-defence; Secret Service dentists.

  • BMG Video (1995), 74321 19332 3, 120 minutes (includes episodes 1, 2, 3, and 4) [PAL video]


Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 1, Vol. 2 (1969)

EPISODE 5: Confuse-a-Cat; The smuggler; A duck, a cat and a lizard (discussion); Vox pops on smuggling; Police raid; Letters and vox pops; Newsreader arrested; Erotic film; Silly job interview; Careers advisory board; Burglar/encyclopedia salesman.

EPISODE 6: 'It's the Arts'; Johann Gombolputty... von Hautkopf of Ulm; Non-illegal robbery; Vox pops; Crunchy frog; The dull life of a City stockbroker; Red Indian in theatre; Policemen make wonderful friends; A Scotsman on a horse; Twentieth-century vole.

EPISODE 7: Camel spotting; You're no fun any more; The audit; Science fiction sketch; Man turns into Scotsman; Police station; Blancmanges playing tennis.

  • BMG Video (1995), 74321 19333 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 5, 6, and 7) [PAL video]


Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 1, Vol. 3 (1969)

EPISODE 8: Army protection racket; Vox pops; Art critic - the place of the nude; Buying a bed; Hermits; Dead parrot; The flasher; Hell's Grannies.

EPISODE 9: Llamas; A man with a tape recorder up his nose; Kilimanjaro expedition (double vision); A man with a tape recorder up his brother's nose; Homicidal barber; Lumberjack song; Gumby crooner; The refreshment room at Bletchley; Hunting film; The visitors.

EPISODE 10: Walk-on part in sketch; Bank robber (lingerie shop); Trailer; Arthur Tree; Vocational Guidance Counsellor (chartered accountant); The first man to jump the Channel; Tunnelling from Godalming to Java; Pet conversions; Gorilla librarian; Letters to 'Daily Mirror'; Strangers in the night.

  • BMG Video (1995), 74321 19334 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 8, 9, and 10) [PAL video]


Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 1, Vol. 4 (1969/1970)

EPISODE 11: Letter (lavatorial humour); Interruptions; Agatha Christie sketch; Literary football discussion; Undertakers film; Interesting people; Eighteenth-century social legislation; The Battle of Trafalgar; Batley Townswomens' Guild presents the Battle of Pearl Harbor; Undertakers film.

EPISODE 12: Falling from building; 'Spectrum' - talking about things; Visitors from Coventry; Mr. Hilter; The Minehead by-election; Police station (silly voices); Upperclass Twit of the Year; Ken Shabby; How far can a minister fall?

EPISODE 13: Intermissions; Restaurant (abuse/cannibalism); Advertisements; Albatross; Come back to my place; Me Doctor; Historical impersonations; Quiz programme - 'Wishes'; 'Probe-around' on crime; Stonehenge; Mr Attila the Hun; Psychiatry - silly sketch; Operating theatre (squatters).

  • BMG Video (1995), 74321 19335 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 11, 12, and 13) [PAL video]


Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 2, Vol. 1 (1970)

EPISODE 14: 'Face the Press'; New cooker sketch; Tobacconists (prostitute advert); The Ministry of Silly Walks; The Piranha brothers.

EPISODE 15: Man-powered flight; The Spanish Inquisition; Jokes and novelties salesman; Tax on thingy; Vox pops; Photos of Uncle Ted (Spanish Inquisition); The semaphore version of 'Wuthering Heights'; 'Julius Caesar' on an Aldis lamp; Court scene (charades).

EPISODE 16: A bishop rehearsing; Flying lessons; Hijacked plane (to Luton); The Poet McTeagle; Psychiatrist milkman; Complaints; Deja vu.

EPISODE 17: Architect sketch; How to give up being a Mason; Motor insurance sketch; 'The Bishop'; Living room on pavement; Poets; A choice of viewing; Chemist sketch; Words not to be used again; After-shave; Vox pops; Police Constable Pan-Am.

  • BMG Video (1994), 74321 22769 3, 120 minutes (includes episodes 14, 15, 16, and 17) [PAL video]
  • BBC Video (1985), BBCV 4145, 120 minutes (titled "Monty Python's Flying Circus: Ministry of Silly Walks etc.;" includes episodes 14, 15, 16, and 17) [PAL video]


Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 2, Vol. 2 (1970)

EPISODE 18: Live from the Grill-o-Mat snack bar, Paignton; 'Blackmail'; Society for Putting Things on top of Other Things; Escape (from film); Current affairs; Accidents sketch; Seven Brides for Seven Brothers; The man who is alternately rude and polite; Documentary on boxer.

EPISODE 19: 'It's a Living'; The time on BBC 1; School prize-giving; 'if' - a film by Mr Dibley; 'Rear Window' - a film by Mr Dibley; 'Finian's Rainbow' (starring the man from the off-licence); Foreign Secretary; Dung; Dead Indian; Timmy Williams interview; Raymond Luxury Yacht interview; Registry office; Election Night Special (Silly and Sensible Parties).

EPISODE 20: 'The Attila the Hun Show'; Attila the Nun; Secretary of State striptease; Vox pops on politicians; Ratcatcher; Wainscotting; Killer sheep; The news for parrots; The news for gibbons; Today in Parliament; The news for wombats; Attila the Bun; The Idiot in Society; Test match; The Epsom furniture race; 'Take Your Pick'.

  • BMG Video (1994), 74321 22776 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 18, 19, and 20) [PAL video]
  • BBC Video (1985), BBCV 4146, 90 minutes (titled "Monty Python's Flying Circus: Killer Sheep etc.;" includes episodes 18, 19, and 20) [PAL video]


Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 2, Vol. 3 (1970)

EPISODE 21: Trailer; 'Archeology Today'; Silly vicar; Leapy Lee; Registrar (wife swap); Silly doctor sketch (immediately abandoned); Mr and Mrs Git; Mosquito hunters; Poofy judges; Mrs Thing and Mrs Entity; Beethoven's mynah bird; Shakespeare; Michaelangelo; Colin Mozart (ratcatcher); Judges.

EPISODE 22: 'How to recognize different parts of the body'; Bruces; Naughty bits; The man who contradicts people; Cosmetic surgery; Camp square-bashing; Cut-price airline; Batley Townswomen's Guild presents the first heart transplant; The first underwater production of 'Measure for Measure'; The death of Mary Queen of Scots; Exploding penguin on the TV set; There's been a murder; Europolice Song Contest; 'Bing Tiddle Tiddle Bong' (song).

EPISODE 23: French subtitled film; Scott of the Antarctic; Scott of the Sahara; Fish licence; Derby Council v. All Blacks rugby match; Long John Silver Impersonators v. Bournemouth Gynaecologists.

  • BMG Video (1994), 74321 23278 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 21, 22, and 23) [PAL video]
  • BBC Video (1985), BBCV 4147, 90 minutes (titled "Monty Python's Flying Circus: Scott of the Sahara etc.;" includes episodes 21, 22, and 23) [PAL video]


Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 2, Vol. 4 (1970)

EPISODE 24: Conquistador coffee campaign; Repeating groove; Ramsey MacDonald striptease; Job hunter; Agatha Christie sketch (railway timetables); Mr Neville Shunte; Film director (teeth); City gents vox pops; 'Crackpot Religions Ltd'; 'How not to be seen'; Crossing the Atlantic on a tricycle; Interview in filing cabinet; 'Yummy yummy'; Monty Python's Flying Circus again in thirty seconds.

EPISODE 25: 'The Black Eagle'; Dirty Hungarian phrasebook; Court (phrasebook); Communist quiz; 'Ypres 1914' - abandoned; Art gallery strikes; 'Ypres 1914'; Hospital for over-actors; Gumby flower arranging; Spam.

EPISODE 26: The Queen will be watching; Coal mine (historical argument); The man who says things in a very roundabout way; The man who speaks only the ends of words; The man who speaks only the beginnings of words; The man who speaks only the middles of words; Commercials; How to feed a goldfish; The man who collects birdwatcher's eggs; Insurance sketch; Hospital run by RSM; Mountaineer; Exploding version of 'The Blue Danube'; Girls boarding school; Submarine; Lifeboat (cannibalism; Undertaker's sketch.

  • BMG Video (1994), 74321 23279 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 24, 25, and 26) [PAL video]
  • BBC Video (1985), BBCV 4148, 90 minutes (titled "Monty Python's Flying Circus: Spam, Spam, Spam, etcetera and Spam;" includes episodes 24, 25, and 26) [PAL video]

Monty Python's Flying Circus (1970)

  • BBC Video (1993), Series 2 (Episodes 14 through 26) available as a boxed set

Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 3, Vol. 1 (1972)

EPISODE 27: Court scene - multiple murderer; Icelandic saga; Court scene (Viking); Stock Exchange report; Mrs Premise and Mrs Conclusion visit Jean-Paul Sartre; Whicker Island.

EPISODE 28: Emigration from Surbiton to Hounslow; Schoolboys' Life Assurance Company; How to rid the world of all known diseases; Mrs Niggerbaiter explodes; Vicar/salesman; Farming Club; 'Life of Tschaikowsky'; Trim-Jeans Theatre; Fish-slapping dance; World War One; The BBC is short of money; Puss in Boots.

EPISODE 29: 'The Money Programme'; 'There is nothing quite so wonderful as money' (song); Erizabeth L; Fraud film squad; Salvation fuzz; Jungle restaurant; Apology for violence and nudity; Ken Russell's 'Gardening Club'; The Lost World of Roiurama; Six more minutes of Monty Python's Flying Circus; Argument clinic; Hitting on the head lessons; Inspector Flying Fox of the Yard; One more minute of Monty Python's Flying Circus.

EPISODE 30: 'Blood, Devastation, Death, War and Horror'; The man who speaks in anagrams; Anagram quiz; Merchant banker; Pantomime horses; Life and death struggles; Mary recruitment office; Bus conductor sketch; The man who makes people laugh uncontrollably; Army captain as clown; Gestures to indicate pauses in a televised talk; Neurotic announcers; The news with Richard Baker (vision only); 'The Pantomime Horse is a Secret Agent film'.

  • BMG Video (1995), 74321 20543 3, 120 minutes (includes episodes 27, 28, 29 and 30) [PAL video]

Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 3, Vol. 2 (1972)

EPISODE 31: 'Summarize Proust Competition'; Everest climbed by hairdressers; Fire brigade; Our Eamonn; 'Party Hints' with Veronica Smalls; Language laboratory; Travel agent; Watney's Red Barrel; Theory on Brontosauruses by Anne Elk (Miss).

EPISODE 32: Tory Housewives Clean-up Campaign; Gumby brain specialist; Molluscs - 'live' TV documentary; The Minister for not listening to people; Tuesday documentary/children's story/party political broadcast; Apology (politicians); Expedition to Lake Pahoe; The silliest interview we've ever had; The silliest sketch we've ever done.

EPISODE 33: Biggles dictates a letter; Climbing the north face of the Uxbridge road; Lifeboat; Old lady snoopers; 'Storage jars'; The show so far; Cheese shop; Philip Jenkinson on Cheese Westerns; Sam Peckinpah's 'Salad Days'; Apology; The news with Richard Baker; Seashore interlude film.

  • BMG Video (1995), 74321 20544 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 31, 32, and 33) [PAL video]

Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 3, Vol. 3 (1972)

EPISODE 34: Mr Pither; Clodagh Rogers; Trotsky; Smolensk; Bingo-crazed Chinese; 'Jack in a Box'.

EPISODE 35: Bomb on plane; A naked man; Ten seconds of sex; Housing project built by characters from nineteenth-century English literature; M1 interchange built by characters from 'Paradise Lost'; Mystico and Janet - flats built by hypnosis; 'Mortuary Hour'; The Olympic hide-and-seek final; The Cheap-Laughs; Bull-fighting; The British Well-Basically Club; Prices on the planet Algon.

EPISODE 36: Tudor jobs agency; Pornographic bookshop; Elizabethan pornography smugglers; Silly disturbances (the Rev. Arthur Belling); The free repetition of doubtful words sketch, by an underrated author; 'Is there?'... life after death?; The man who says words in the wrong order; Thripshaw's disease; Silly noises; Sherry-drinking vicar.

  • BMG Video (1995), 74321 20545 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 34, 35, and 36) [PAL video]

Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 3, Vol. 4 (1973)

EPISODE 37: 'Boxing Tonight' - Jack Bodell v. Sir Kenneth Clark; Dennis Moore; Lupins; What the stars foretell; Doctor; TV4 or not TV4' discussion; Ideal Loon Exhibition; Off-Licence; 'Prejudice'.

EPISODE 38: Party Political Broadcast (choreographed); 'A Book at Bedtime'; 'Redgauntlet'; Kamikaze Scotsmen; No time to lose; Penguins; BBC programme planners; Unexploded Scotsmen; 'Spot the Looney'; Rival documentaries; 'Dad's Doctors' (trail); Dad's Pooves' (trail).

EPISODE 39: Thames TV introduction; 'Light Entertainment Awards'; Dickie Attenborough; The Oscar Wilde sketch; David Niven's fridge; Pasolini's film 'The Third Test Match'; New brain from Curry's; Blood donor; International Wife-Swapping; Credits of the Year; The dirty vicar sketch.

  • BMG Video (1995), 74321 20546 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 37, 38, and 39) [PAL video]

Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 4, Vol. 1 (1974)

EPISODE 40: Montgolfier Brothers; Louis XIV; George III; Zeppelin.

EPISODE 41: Department store; Buying an ant; At home with the ant and other pets; Documentary on ants; Ant communication; Poetry reading (ants); Toupee; Different endings.

EPISODE 42: 'Up your Pavement'; RAF banter; Trivializing the war; Courtmartial; Basingstoke in Westphalia; 'Anything goes In' (song); Film trailer; The public are idiots; Programme titles conference; The last five miles of the M2; Woody and tinny words; Show-jumping (musical); Newsflash (Germans); 'When Does A Dream Begin?' (song).

  • BMG Video (1995), 74321 20547 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 40, 41, and 42) [PAL video]

Monty Python's Flying Circus: Series 4, Vol. 2 (1974)

EPISODE 43: Bogus psychiatrists; 'Nationwide'; Police helmets; Father-in-law; Hamlet and Ophelia; Boxing match aftermath; Boxing commentary; Piston engine (a bargain); A room in Polonius' house; Dentists; Live from Epsom; Queen Victoria Handicap.

EPISODE 44: Post box ceremony; Teddy Salad (CIA agent); 'Conjuring Today'.

EPISODE 45: 'Most Awful Family in Britain'; Icelandic Honey Week; A doctor whose patients are stabbed by his nurse; Brigadier and Bishop; Appeal on behalf of extremely rich people; The man who finishes other people's sentences; David Attenborough; The walking tree of Dahomey; The batsmen of the Kalahari; Cricket match (assegais); BBC News (handovers).

  • BMG Video (1995), 74321 20548 3, 90 minutes (includes episodes 43, 44, and 45) [PAL video]