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Question 1: ________ was "discovered" by Chapman when a version of the Footlights Revue (a 1974 BBC2 television show featuring some of Adams' early work) was performed live in London's West End.
Eric IdleJohn CleeseMonty PythonDouglas Adams

Question 2: With the popularity of Python throughout the rest of the 1970s and through most of the 1980s, PBS stations looked at other British comedies, leading to UK shows such as ________?
Grace & FavourAre You Being Served?Dad's Army'Allo 'Allo!

Question 3:
Who of the following did Monty Python influence?

Question 4: Do Not Adjust Your Set (1967–1969) [Idle, Jones, and Palin: cast members & writers] — [Gilliam: animation]
________: musical interludes]
Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah BandPink FloydArthur Brown (musician)Hawkwind

Question 5: Gilliam also directed and co-wrote Brazil (1985) and ________ (1988), which featured Palin and Idle respectively.
The Adventures of Baron MunchausenTerry GilliamThe Brothers Grimm (film)12 Monkeys

Question 6: Terry Gilliam was born in ________, USA, on 22 November 1940.
Minneapolis – Saint PaulHennepin County, MinnesotaMinneapolisSaint Paul, Minnesota

Question 7: Eric Idle and John Cleese appeared on stage together singing ________ with the rest of the performers for the climax of Prince Charles 60th Birthday Show.
Always Look on the Bright Side of LifeMonty Python's Life of BrianMonty Python SingsMonty Python

Question 8:
Which of the following genres does Monty Python produce?

Question 9: A series of sketches loosely follows the ages of man from birth to ________.
ImmortalityBurialDeathDeath and culture

Question 10: Cleese met Gilliam in New York while on tour with the Cambridge University Footlights ________ Cambridge Circus (originally entitled A Clump of Plinths).
Musical theatreUnited StatesRevueRichard Rodgers
















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