Season Cast 16

  1. Connie Booth

    Connie Booth

    (13 Episodes)

  2. Eric Idle

    Eric Idle

    (13 Episodes)

  3. Michael Palin

    Michael Palin

    "It's" man (13 Episodes), (2 Episodes)

  4. Ian Davidson

    Ian Davidson

    (13 Episodes)

  5. Terry Jones

    Terry Jones

    (13 Episodes)

  6. John Cleese

    John Cleese

    Mr Praline (13 Episodes), (1 Episode)

  7. Terry Gilliam

    Terry Gilliam

    (13 Episodes)

  8. Graham Chapman

    Graham Chapman

    (13 Episodes)

  9. Carol Cleveland

    Carol Cleveland

    (13 Episodes)

  10. Flanagan

    (2 Episodes)

  11. Dick Vosburgh

    (1 Episode)

  12. Barry Cryer

    Barry Cryer

    (1 Episode)

  13. Carolae Donoghue

    (1 Episode)

  14. Rita Davies

    Rita Davies

    (1 Episode)

  15. Ewa Aulin

    Ewa Aulin

    (1 Episode)

  16. Katya Wyeth

    Katya Wyeth

    (1 Episode)

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Season Crew 9

Directing

  1. Ian MacNaughton

    Director (12 Episodes)

  2. John Howard Davies

Production

  1. Ian MacNaughton

    Producer (13 Episodes)

Writing

  1. Michael Palin

    Michael Palin

    Writer (13 Episodes)

  2. Graham Chapman

    Graham Chapman

    Writer (13 Episodes)

  3. John Cleese

    John Cleese

    Writer (13 Episodes)

  4. Eric Idle

    Eric Idle

    Writer (13 Episodes)

  5. Terry Jones

    Terry Jones

    Writer (13 Episodes)

  6. Terry Gilliam

    Terry Gilliam

    Writer (11 Episodes)

Show

Episodes 13

October 5, 1969

Featuring 'It's Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart', an Italian lesson, Whizzo Butter, 'It's the Arts', Arthur 'Two-Sheds' Jackson, a cycling race, and The Funniest Joke in the World.

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October 12, 1969

Featuring some flying sheep, a man with three buttocks, a man with two noses, musical mice, a marriage guidance counsellor, a working-class playwright and The Wrestling Epilogue.

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Featuring a court scene, the larch, Bicycle Repair Man, children's stories, a restaurant sketch, some seduced milkmen, an interview with some children and a stolen newsreader.

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October 26, 1969

Featuring fresh fruit as self-defence, some folk-singing, an art gallery sketch and Lemming of the BDA. An Edwardian man struggles to undress on the beach.

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Featuring Confuse-a-Cat, discussion programme A Duck, a Cat and a Lizard, the arrest of a newsreader, an erotic film, a silly job interview and a burglar/encyclopaedia salesman.

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November 23, 1969

Featuring a gang of legal burglars, the Whizzo Quality Assortment, a Scottish wedding and a day in the life of a city stockbroker. Some film moguls try to impress their boss.

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November 30, 1969

Featuring camel-spotting, an embezzler at a board-meeting and a science fiction tale about a Scotsman and a tennis-playing blancmange.

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December 7, 1969

Featuring an art critic, some hermits, Hell's Grannies and the dead parrot sketch. Some newlyweds attempt to buy a bed and the mafia offer protecting to the army.

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December 14, 1969

Featuring Ken Buddha, a man with a tape-recorder up his nose and a hairdresser who always wanted to be a lumberjack.

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6.5

Untitled

December 21, 1969

Featuring a bank robber in a lingerie shop, It's A Tree (with Arthur Tree), a vocational guidance counsellor, Ron Obvious and a gorilla librarian.

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The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra goes to the bathroom, a footballer is interviewed and Batley Townswomen's Guild re-enact the invasion of Pearl Harbour.

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7.0

The Naked Ant

January 4, 1970

Featuring the North Minehead by-election, the Upper Class Twit of the Year competition, Ken Shabby and a Party Political Broadcast on behalf of the Wood Party.

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6.0

Intermission

January 11, 1970

Featuring some historical impersonations, a cinema usherette with a dead seabird, restaurant abuse and Probe Around On Crime.

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