Monty Python

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A comedy troupe formed in England in the late 1960s which rose to international fame with its hit television series Monty Python's Flying Circus.

Members:

The entire group was British except for Gilliam.

After 'Flying Circus' ceased production in 1974, the group began making full-length motion pictures. These include:

Each member pursued other film and television projects, often working with one another. Many of these were very successful, such as A Fish Called Wanda (1988), starring Cleese and Palin.

Graham Chapman died in 1989 of cancer.