"Monty Python's Flying Circus" celebrates 50th anniversary

  • Fifty years ago today, the groundbreaking British sketch series "Monty Python's Flying Circus" premiered on the U.K.’s BBC One and forever changed the world of comedy. The troupe's absurd humor was a subversive poke in the eye to buttoned-up British society. Sketches like the "Ministry of Silly Walks," "The Spanish Inquisition," and "The Dead Parrot" became comedy classics. Dana Jacobson reports.
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