Parrot Sketch Not Included Twenty Years Of Monty Python | 1989

Directed by: Ian MacNaughton

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Main Plot

"Parrot Sketch Not Included: Twenty Years of Monty Python" is a documentary directed by Ian MacNaughton that celebrates the 20th anniversary of the iconic comedy group Monty Python. It provides a behind-the-scenes look at their sketches, interviews with the members, and highlights their impact on comedy.

Characters

  • Steve Martin plays a customer in the "Dead Parrot" sketch, who tries to return a deceased parrot to a pet shop.
  • Graham Chapman played the role of the dead parrot salesman in the Parrot Sketch Not Included: Twenty Years of Monty Python.
  • John Cleese plays the role of the customer in the Parrot Sketch, a famous Monty Python skit.

Ending Explained

The ending of "Parrot Sketch Not Included: Twenty Years of Monty Python" directed by Ian MacNaughtonin sees the iconic comedy troupe performing their famous "Dead Parrot" sketch live on stage. The sketch ends with the parrot being declared dead, and the Python members breaking character to laugh and applaud. The audience joins in the laughter, and the film concludes with a montage of memorable moments from the group's career, showcasing their unique brand of humor and highlighting their enduring legacy in the world of comedy.

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Ian MacNaughton Steve Martin Graham Chapman John Cleese