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A Collectors Dream,
This review is from: Do Not Adjust Your Set [DVD] (DVD)
I have always liked Monty Python, and the release of the DVD of, "Do Not Adjust Your Set", has raised certain eyebrows among archive collectors.
So here it is with the nine surviving editions that survive of the fourteen that were shown. Everything's here, The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, Captain Fantastic, Mrs Black, Ms Pringle, as well as the classics, Stool Pigeon sketch, Tartan Thistle Club, Holiday Show Sketch etc. In the Autumn of 1968, Associated Rediffusion, and ABC TV went on to merge as Thames Television. The rights to series 2, are held by Fremantle Media who own the entire Thames TV archive.
Watch out for Eric Idle singing on two songs, and The Bonzo's getting on the act. When Thames TV completed the transmission of the 2nd series in May 1969, it would be a full five months before we'd see Jones, Idle, and Palin with Cleese, Chapman, and Gilliam, in, "Monty Python's Flying Circus", which ran until November 1974.
SO HOW ABOUT THE DVD RELEASE OF SERIES TWO OF DNAYS? Come on.