John Cleese leads a team including Michael Palin, Graham Chapman, Connie Booth and Tim Brooke-Taylor in a series of sketches demonstrating how to wind people up most effectively. Filmed in front of a live audience in the late Sixties, the show features 'Airline Pilot', a sketch billed as a lost classic of British comedy.
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Anyone can make themselves unpopular but it takes a past master like Monty Python
s John Cleese to be really irritating. The secret, he says, is to let the other person believe its all totally intentional and thats just the first of many tricks of the trade hes giving away! With the help of Python
pals Michael Palin and Graham Chapman, Connie Booth from Fawlty Towers
and Goodie Tim Brooke-Taylor, Cleese demonstrates the uncanny ability to keep his victims just the right temperature under the collar
one degree below boiling point!
Parents, waiters, salesmen, chat show hosts for some people, irritation is a way of life. The rest of us have to work at it. After watching this DVD youll possess the know-how you need to irritate for business or pleasure
as well as discovering where Basil Fawlty got so many of his ideas from! Find out just how to pack back job interviewers, cinema chatterboxes, garage staff, even bank clerks in the way they deserve. And theres a gold-plated bonus for Monty Python fans to treasure in Cleese, Palin and Chapmans "Airline Pilot" sketch an undiscovered classic of British comedy.