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Joshi
01-19-2003, 02:50 PM
NI!

what sad time are these when passing ruffians can say 'Ni' at will to old ladies.

SuicidalXWing
01-19-2003, 03:32 PM
You must acquire a shrubery!

Joshi
01-19-2003, 03:36 PM
then you must cut down a tree with...







































...a herring!!! **surprising music**

Feral
01-19-2003, 03:42 PM
No! I refuse to do it!

SuicidalXWing
01-19-2003, 03:47 PM
*cut backwards to Black Knight*

No man may pass.

Joshi
01-19-2003, 04:49 PM
**cut forward to entire bridge scene**

Bridge keeper: whoever wish to pass by me
must answer me these questions three
there the other side he see.
What is you name?

Lancelot: I am sir lancelot of camelot

Bridge keeper: what is your quest?

Lancelot: i seek teh holy grail.

Bridge Keeper: what, is you favorite colour?

Lancelot: blue

Bridge Keeper: okay, off you go.

Lancelot: oh, okay then. **walks across the bridge**

Sir Robin: that's easy! **runs to the Bridge Keeper**

Bridge keeper: whoever wish to pass by me
must answer me these questions three
there the other side he see.
What is you name?

Robin: i am sir robin of camelot

Bridge keeper: What is your quest?

Robin: I seekt he holy grail.

Bridge keeper: what... is the capital of Isseria?

Robin: i don't know that. **get's flung into the bottomless gorge**

Bridge keeper: whoever wish to pass by me
must answer me these questions three
there the other side he see.
What is you name?

Sir Galahad: I am sir galahad of camelot.

Bridge keeper: what is your quest?

galahad: i seek the holy grail.

Bridge keeper: what is your favorite colour?

galahad: Blue, no gre- ** get's flung into bottomless gorge**

Bridge keeper: whoever wish to pass by me
must answer me these questions three
there the other side he see.
What is you name?

King arthur: i am arthur, of the britons.

Bridge keeper: what is your quest?

Arthur: i seek the holy grail.

Bridge keeper: what... is the air-speed velocity of a new laden swallow?

Arthur: what do you mean, and african swallow or a european?

Bridge keeper: i don't know that. **get's flung into teh bottomless gorge**

hee hee, my favorite bit.

Benihana14
01-19-2003, 05:23 PM
I personally love the black knight fight...and the Lancelot going ape.

MESSAGE FOR YOU SIR!

Al-back from the BigWhoop
01-20-2003, 06:29 PM
after watching the movie for the 9373u749th time, i realized that in the beginning the castle guards are discussing with arthur bout where he got the coconuts, because the european swallow could not carry a cocunut, but the european swallow could... interesting, funny AND smart.

they r the best!!








































can i have my money now?

Joshi
01-21-2003, 02:33 PM
actually, the castle they shot at was the same throughout the movie because they had little money (i.e, no money for horses, ergo, the coconuts) but different camera angles made it look like swamp castle, the castle of AAARGH!, castle anthrax and camelot.

and i didn't know you could watch a movie 9373u749 times, the u makes things complicated.

**french take in giant wooden rabbit**

Arthur: Okay, now what happens.
Benevir: Well, now lancelot galahad and i wait until night, and then leap out of the rabbit taking the french completely by surprised. not only completely by surprise, but totally off guard as well.
Arthur: Um... who jumps out?
Benevir: Lancelot Galahad and i, umm **everyone looks at lancelot, galahad and Benevir, obviously not inside the rabbit** umm..., okay, i've got this wooden rabbit idea-
Arthur: oh just shut up!

Feral
01-21-2003, 02:55 PM
Castle AAARGH! was also a cardboard cut-out in places. Strange but true.
And it's a wooden badger idea that Benevir had an idea for.

Joshi
01-21-2003, 03:03 PM
i noticed that as soon as i clicked submit, but was too busy to edit it.

and camelot was also a cardboard cutout considering they never actually rode to it, they just began to and then came back after the song. (which i won't quote right now)

Feral
01-21-2003, 03:09 PM
You mean...

We're knights of the Round Table.
We dance whene'er we're able.
We do routines and chorus scenes.
With footwork impeccable.
We dine well here in Camelot.
We eat ham and jam and spam and lot.

We're knights of the Round Table.
Our shows are formidable,
But many times we're given rhymes
That are quite unsingable.
We're opera mad in Camelor.
We sing from the diaphragm a lot.

In war we're tough and able, Quite indefatigable.
Between our quests we sequin vests and impersonate Clark Gable.
It's a busy life in Camelot.

I have to push the pram a lot.

Joshi
01-21-2003, 03:48 PM
yeah, that's the one.

now someone put down the 'always look on the bright side life' song down from life of brian (big nose).

Guybrush122
01-21-2003, 06:57 PM
*points at natty*



SHE TURNED ME INTO A NEWT!!!
















































































what? i got better.

SuicidalXWing
01-21-2003, 08:21 PM
*historian talking about history*

*man rides by and kills him* (Lancelot? He got arrested.)

Frenchyd
01-21-2003, 09:47 PM
YAY!

I recently discovered Monty Python. SO funny.

Matthias: Look, I don't think it should be a sin, just for saying "Jehovah."
[Everyone gasps]
Jewish Official: You're only making it worse for yourself!
Matthias: Making it worse? How can it be worse?!?! Jehovah! Jehovah! Jehovah!

Joshi
01-22-2003, 12:51 PM
damn, i loved life of brian (more than holy grail) unfortunately i lost the video and can't find it anywhere. :(

oh well.

let's refere back to Gubrush's reference.

man1: i witch a witch, we found a witch.
woman: i am not a witch, they dressed me up to look like a witch
benevir: did you dress up the woman.
man1: No! No! No... well yes, a bit, we did do the nose, and the hat, but she is a witch.
man2: She turned me into a newt! **everyone looks at the man** i got better.
Benevir: now there are ways of telling if she's a witch.
everyone: there is?
Benevir: what do we do with witches?
everyone: burn em!!
Benevir: and what else do we burn.
man1: more witches!
Man2: shut up... um, wood?
Benevir: exactly. and what can we make out of wood?
Man1: bridges? we can build a bridge out of her!
Benevir: ah, but can you not also make bridges out of stone?
Man2: oh yeah, um...
Benevir: doesn't wood float?
Man1: yeah yeah. come on, lets throw her in the river!!
Benevir: ah, but what else floats?
Man1: horses?
Man3: Churches?
Man2: very small pebbles.
Man1: a duck!
Benevir: exactly, so...
Man1: so... if... she weighs the... same as a duck... then... she amde of wood?
Benevir: and therefore?
Man1: a witch!
Benevir: yes. i'll get my big scales.

Feral
01-22-2003, 01:43 PM
It's actually Arthur that says "A duck!".
OK, I'll stop correcting your Pythonese now :D

Man 1: What did he say?
Man 2: I think it was "Blessed are the cheesemakers"
Woman: What's so special about the cheesemakers?"
Man 1: Well, obviously, you aren't supposed to take it literally. It applies to all makers of dairy products.

MANDY:
Well, what is myrrh, anyway?
WISE MAN #3:
It is a valuable balm.
MANDY:
A balm? What are you giving him a balm for? It might bite him.
WISE MAN #3:
What?
MANDY:
That's a dangerous animal. Quick! Throw it in the trough.
WISE MAN #1:
No, it isn't.
MANDY:
Yes, it is. It's great, big mmm...
WISE MAN #3:
No, no, no. It is an ointment.
MANDY:
Aww, there is an animal called a balm,... or did I dream it? So, you're astrologers, are you? Well, what is he then?
WISE MAN #2:
Hmm?
MANDY:
What star sign is he?
WISE MAN #2:
Uh, Capricorn.
MANDY:
Uhh, Capricorn, eh? What are they like?
WISE MAN #2:
Ooh, but... he is the son of God, our Messiah.
WISE MAN #1:
King of the Jews.
MANDY:
And that's Capricorn, is it?
WISE MAN #2:
Uh, no, no, no. That's just him.
MANDY:
Ohh, I was going to say, 'Otherwise, there'd be a lot of them.

Joshi
01-22-2003, 04:14 PM
The emaning of life was pretty good. i'm still trying to work out how the BBC let them hire small children to sing "every sperm is sacred."

brief
01-22-2003, 07:08 PM
Spam, lovely spam!

Frenchyd
01-22-2003, 07:53 PM
Originally posted by brief
Spam, lovely spam!

hey, quit raining on our monty python parade.

brief
01-23-2003, 03:38 AM
Originally posted by Frenchyd
hey, quit raining on our monty python parade.

Tut tut, Frenchy :tsk:

That is a Monty Python sketch (http://www.stone-dead.asn.au/tv-series/sketches/fc-25/spam-sketch.html). They're the reason why we call some of this Internet stuff spam (http://www.detritus.org/sounds/real/spam-skit.ram).

Joshi
01-24-2003, 11:43 AM
Shut up! Bloody Vikings!

best...quote...every.

Darth Groovy
01-27-2003, 09:18 PM
Announcer: And now for something completely different. A man with three buttocks!
Host : I have with me Mr Arthur Frampton who... (pause) Mr. Frampton, I understand that you - um - as it were... (pause) Well let me put it another way. Erm, I believe that whereas most people have - er - two... Two.



Frampton: Oh, sure.

Host: Ah well, er, Mr Frampton. Erm, is that chair comfortable?

Frampton: Fine, yeah, fine.

Host: Mr Frampton, er, vis a vis your... (pause) rump.

Frampton: I beg your pardon?

Host: Your rump.

Frampton: What?

Host: Er, your derriere. (Whispers) Posterior. Sit-upon.

Frampton: What's that?

Host: (whispers) Your buttocks.

Frampton: Oh, me bum!

Host: (hurriedly) Sshhh! Well now, I understand that you, Mr Frampton, have a... (pause) 50% bonus in the region of what you say.

Frampton: I got three cheeks.

Host: Yes, yes, excellent, excellent. Well we were wondering, Mr Frampton, if you could see your way clear to giving us a quick... (pause) a quick visual... (long pause). Mr Frampton, would you take your trousers down.

Frampton: What? (to cameramen) 'Ere, get that away! I'm not taking me trousers down on television. What do you think I am?

Host: Please take them down.

Frampton: No!

Host: No, er look, er Mr Frampton. It's quite easy for somebody just to come along here claiming... that they have a bit to spare in the botty department. The point is, our viewers need proof.

Frampton: I've been on Persian Radio ... Get off! Arthur Figgis knows I've got three buttocks.

Host: How?

Frarnpton: We go cycling together.

(Cut to shot of two men riding tandem. The one behind (Graham) looks down, looks up and exclaims 'strewth '.)

Announcer: (sitting at desk) And now for something completely different. A man with three buttocks.

(Interview studio again.)

Interviewer: Good evening, I have with me Mr Arthur Frampton, who.. Mr Frampton I understand that you, as it were - well let me put it another way... I believe Mr Frampton that whereas most people... didn't we do this just now?

Frampton: Er ... yes.

Interviewer: Well why didn't you say so?

Frarnpton: I thought it was the continental version.

(Cut back to Announcer sitting confidently at desk)

Announcer: And now for something completely the same - a man with three buttocks. (phone on desk rings - he answers) Hullo? ... Oh, did we. (puts phone down and looks at camera) And now for something completely different. A man with three noses.

Off-Screen Voice: He's not here yet!

Announcer: Two noses?

Joshi
01-28-2003, 01:13 PM
I can't believe no noes done the opening credits to Holy Grail
you'll really want to read the bits in italics. the line across show when a new screen comes along. but some of the actual credits are quite funny, especially toward the end.
check it out.

PYTHON (MONTY) PICTURES LTD
in association with
MICHAEL WHITE
presents
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Monty Python
and
The Holy Grail

Mønti Pythøn ik den Hølie Gräilen

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Written and performed by:
Graham Chapman
John Cleese
Eric Idle
Terry Gilliam
Terry Jones
Michael Palin

Røten nik Akten Di

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With
Connie Booth
Carol Cleveland
Neil Innes
Bee Duffell
John Young
Rita Davies

Wik

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Also appearing
Avril Stewart
Sally Kinghon

Alsø wik

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Also also appearing
Mark Zycon Elspeth Cameron
Mitsuko Forstater Sandy Johnson
Sandy Rose Romilly Squire
Joni Flynn Alison Walker
Loraine Ward Anna Lanski
Sally Coombe Vivienne Macdonald
Yvonne Dick Daphne Darling
Fiona Gordon Gloria Graham
Judy Lams Tracy Sneddon
Sylvia Taylor Joyce Pollner
Mary Allen

Alsø alsø wik

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Camera Operator HOWARD ATHERTON
Camera Focus JOHN WELLARD
Camera Assistant ROGER PRATT
Camera Grip RAY HALL
Chargehand Electrician TERRY HUNT
Lighting TELEFILM LIGHTING SERVICE LTD
ANDREW RITCHIE & SON LTD
TECHNICOLOR
Rostrum Cameraman KENT HOUSTON

Wi nøt trei a høliday in Sweden this yër ?

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Sound Recordist GARTH MARSHALL
Sound Mixer HUGH STRAIN
Boom Swinger GODFREY KIRBY
Sound Maintenance PHILIP CHUBB
Sound Assistant ROBERT DOYLE
Dubbing Editor JOHN FOSTER
Assistant Editors JOHN MISTER, NICK GASTER,
ALEXANDER CAMPBELL ASKEW,
BRIAN PEACHEY, DANIELLE KOCHAVI
Sound Effects IAN CRAFFORD




See the løveli lakes

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Continuity PENNY EYLES
Accountant BRIAN BROCKWELL
Production Secretary CHRISTINE WATT
Property Buyer BRIAN WINTERBORN
Property Master TOM RAEBURN
Property Men ROY CANNON, CHARLIE TORBETT,
MIKE KENNEDY
Catering RON HELLARD LTD.
Vehicles BUDGET RENT-A-CAR LTD

The wøndërful telephøne system

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Assistant Art Director PHILIP COWLAM
Construction Manager BILL HARMAN
Carpenters NOBBY CLARK, BOB DEVINE
Painter GRAHAM BULLOCK
Stagehand JIM N. SAVERY
Rigger ED SULLIVAN

And mäni interesting furry animals

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With special extra thanks to
Charlie Knode, Brian McNulty, John Gledhill, Peter Thomson, Sue Cable,
Valerie Charlton, Drew Mara, Sue Smith, Charlie Coulter, Iain Monaghan,
Steve Bennell, Bernard Belenger, Alpini McAlpine, Hugh Boyle, Dave Taylor,
Gary Cooper, Peter Saunders, Les Shepherd, Vaughn Millard, Hamish MacInnes,
Terry Mosaic, Bawn O'Beirne Ranelagh.

Made entirely on location in Scotland at Doune Castle, Castle Stalker, Killin, Glen Coe,
Arnhall Castle, Bracklim Falls, Sherriffmuir.

By Python (Monty) Pictures Limited, 20, Fitzroy Square, London W1 England.
And completed at Twickenham Film Studios, England.
Copyright (c) 1974 National Film Trustee Company Limited.
All rights reserved.



The Producers would like to thank the Forestry Commission,
Doune Admissions Ltd, Keir & Cawdor Estates, Stirling University,
and the people of Doune for their help in the making of this film.

The Characters and incidents portrayed and the names used are fictitious and
any similarity to the names, characters, or history of any person is entirely
accidental and unintentional.
Signed RICHARD M. NIXON



Including the majestik møøse

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Songs
NEIL INNES

Additional music
DEWOLFE






A Møøse once bit my sister...

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Costume Designer
HAZEL PETHIG





No realli! She was Karving her initials øn the møøse with the sharpened end
of an interspace tøøthbrush given her by Svenge - her brother-in-law -an Oslo
dentist and star of many Norwegian møvies: "The Høt Hands of an Oslo
Dentist", "Fillings of Passion", "The Huge Mølars of Horst Nordfink"...

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We apologise for the fault in the
subtitles. Those responsible have been
sacked.












Mynd you, møøse bites Kan be pretty nasti...
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We apologise again for the fault in the
subtitles. Those responsible for sacking
the people who have just been sacked,
have been sacked.

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Production Manager JULIAN DOYLE
Assistant Director GERRY HARRISON
Special Effects JOHN HORTON
Choreography LEO KHARIBIAN
Fight Director & Period Consultant JOHN WALLER
Make Up Artists PEARL RASHBASS, PAM LUKE
Special Effects Photography JULIAN DOYLE
Animation Assistance LUCINDA COWELL, KATE HEPBURN
Møøse Trained by YUTTE HERMSGERVØRDENBRØTBØRDA

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Lighting Cameraman TERRY BEDFORD
Special Møøse Effects OLAF PROT
Møøse Costumes SIGGI CHURCHILL

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Designer ROY SMITH
Møøse choreographed by HORST PROT III
Miss Taylor's Møøses by HENGST DOUGLAS-HOME
Møøse trained to mix concrete and
sign complicated insurance forms by JURGEN WIGG

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Editor JOHN HACKNEY
Møøses noses wiped by BJØRN IRKESTØM-SLATER WALKER
Large møøse on the left hand side
of the screen in the third scene from the
end, given a thorough grounding in Latin,
French and "O" Level Geography by BO BENN
Suggestive poses for the møøse
suggested by VIC ROTTER
Antler-care by LIV THATCHER

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The directors of the firm hired to
continue the credits after the other
people had been sacked, wish it to
be known that they have just been
sacked.

The credits have been completed
in an entirely different style at great
expense and at the last minute.
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Executive Producer
JOHN GOLDSTONE & "RALPH" The Wonder Llama
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Producer
MARK FORSTATER

Assisted By
EARL J. LLAMA
MILT Q. LLAMA III
SY LLAMA
MERLE Z. LLAMA IX

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Directed By

40 SPECIALLY TRAINED
ECUADORIAN MOUNTAIN LLAMAS

6 VENEZUELAN RED LLAMAS

142 MEXICAN WHOOPING LLAMAS

14 NORTH CHILEAN GUANACOS
(CLOSELY RELATED TO THE LLAMA)

REG LLAMA OF BRIXTON

76000 BATTERY LLAMAS
FROM "LLAMA-FRESH" FARMS LTD. NEAR PARAGUAY

and

TERRY GILLIAM & TERRY JONES



and then the bit after.

EXTERIOR - CASTLE WALLS - DAY

Mist. Several seconds of it swirling about. silence
possibly, atmospheric music. SUPERIMPOSE "England AD 787".
after a few more seconds we hear hoofbeats in the distance.
They come slowly closer. Then out of the mist comes KING ARTHUR
followed by a SERVANT who is banging two half coconuts
together. ARTHUR raises his hand.

ARTHUR
Whoa there!

SERVANT makes noises of horses halting, with a flourish. ARTHUR
peers through the mist. CUT TO shot from over his shoulder:
castle (e.g. Bodium) rising out of the mist. On the castle
battlements a SOLDIER is dimly seen. He peers down.

SOLDIER
Halt! Who goes there?

ARTHUR
It is I, Arthur, son of Uther Pendragon, from the castle
of Camelot. King of all Britons, defeator of the Saxons,
sovereign of all England!

Pause.

SOLDIER
Get away!

ARTHUR
I am... And this my trusty servant, Patsy. We have ridden the
length and breadth of the land in search of knights who will join
our court at Camelot.. I must speak with your lord and master.

SOLDIER
What? Ridden on a horse?

ARTHUR
Yes!

SOLDIER
You're using coconuts!

ARTHUR
...What?

SOLDIER
You've got two empty halves of coconuts and you're banging
them together.

ARTHUR
(Scornfully)
So? We have ridden since the snows of winter covered this
land, through the kingdom of Mercea.

SOLDIER
Where did you get the coconuts?

ARTHUR
Through ... We found them.

SOLDIER
Found them? In Mercea. The coconut's tropical!

ARTHUR
What do you mean?

SOLDIER
Well, this is a temperate zone.

ARTHUR
The swallow may fly south with the sun, or the house martin
or the plover seek warmer hot lands in winter, yet these are
not strangers to our land.

SOLDIER
Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?

ARTHUR
Not at all. They could be carried.

SOLDIER
What? A swallow carrying a coconut?

| ARTHUR
| Why not?
|
| SOLDIER
| I'll tell you why not ... because a swallow is about eight
| inches long and weighs five ounces, and you'd be lucky
| to find a coconut under a pound.
|

ARTHUR
It could grip it by the husk ...

SOLDIER
It's not a question of where he grips it, It's a simple
matter of weight - ratios ... A five-ounce bird could not
hold a a one pound coconut.

ARTHUR
Well, it doesn't matter. Go and tell your master that
Arthur from the Court of Camelot is here.

A Slight pause. Swirling mist. Silence.

SOLDIER
Look! To maintain Velocity, a swallow needs to beat
its wings four hundred and ninety three times every
second. right?

ARTHUR
(irritated)
Please!

SOLDIER
Am I right?

ARTHUR
I'm not interested.

SECOND SOLDIER
(who has loomed up on the battlements)
It could be carried by an African swallow!

FIRST SOLDIER
Oh yes! An African swallow maybe ... but not a European
swallow. that's my point.

SECOND SOLDIER
Oh yes, I agree there ...

ARTHUR
(losing patience)
Will you ask your master if he wants to join the Knights
of Camelot?!

FIRST SOLDIER
But then of course African swallows are non-migratory.

SECOND SOLDIER
Oh yes.

ARTHUR raises his eyes heavenwards and nods to PATSY. They turn
and go off into the mist.

FIRST SOLDIER
So they wouldn't be able to bring a coconut back anyway.

SECOND SOLDIER

Wait a minute! Suppose two swallows carried it together?

FIRST SOLDIER
No, they'd have to have it on a line.

Stillness. Silence again.

Darth Groovy
01-30-2003, 07:51 AM
The sketch:

Cut to a wide-angle shot of hedgerows, fields and trees. Voice Over (John Cleese): In this picture there are forty people. None of them can be seen. In this film we hope to show you how not to be seen.
(Caption on screen: 'HM GOVERNMENT, PUBLIC SERVICE FILM NO. 42 PARA 6. "HOW NOT TO BE SEEN"')

Voice Over: In this film we hope to show how not to be seen. This is Mr. E.R. Bradshaw of Napier Court, Black Lion Road London SE5. He can not be seen. Now I am going to ask him to stand up. Mr. Bradshaw will you stand up please

In the distance Mr Bradshaw stands up. There is a loud gunshot as Mr Bradshaw is shot in the stomach. He crumples to the ground

Voice Over: This demonstrates the value of not being seen.

Cut to another location - an empty area of scrubland

Voice Over: In this picture we canot see Mrs. B.J. Smegma of 13, The Cresent, Belmont. Mrs Smegma will you stand up please.

To the right of the area Mrs Smegma stands up. A gunshot rings out, and Mrs. Smegma leaps into the air, and falls to the ground dead. Cut to another area, however this time there is a bush in the middle

Voice Over: This is Mr Nesbitt of Harlow New Town. Mr Nesbit would you stand up please. (after a pause - nothing happens)Mr Nesbitt has learnt the value of not being seen. However he has chosen a very obvious piece of cover.

The bush explodes and you hear a muffled scream. Cut to another scene with three bushes

Voice Over: Mr. E.V. Lambert of Homeleigh, The Burrows, Oswestly, has presented us with a poser. We do not know which bush he is behind, but we can soon find out. (the left-hand bush explodes, then the right-hand bush explodes, and then the middle bush explodes. There is a muffled scream as Mr. Lambert is blown up) Yes it was the middle one.

Cut to a shot of a farmland area with a water butt, a wall, a pile of leaves, a bushy tree, a parked car, and lots of bushes in the distance

Voice Over: Mr Ken Andrews, of Leighton Road, Slough has concealed himself extremely well. He could be almost anywhere. He could be behind the wall, inside the water barrel, beneath a pile of leaves, up in the tree, squatting down behind the car, concealed in a hollow, or crouched behind any one of a hundred bushes. However we happen to know he's in the water barrel.

The water barrel just blows up in a huge explosion. Cut to a panning shot from the beach huts to beach accross the sea

Voice Over: Mr. and Mrs. Watson of Ivy Cottage, Worplesdon Road, Hull, chose a very cunning way of not being seen. When we called at their house, we found that they had gone away on two weeks holiday. They had not left any forwading address, and they had bolted and barred the house to prevent us from getting in. However a neighbour told us where there were.

The camera pans around and stops on a obvious looking hut, which blows up. Cut to a house with a gumby standing out front

Voice Over: And here is the neighbour (he blows up, leaving just his boots. Cut to a shack in the desert) Here is where he lived (shack blows up - cut to a building) And this is where Lord Langdin lived who refused to speak to us (it blows up). so did the gentleman who lived here....(shot of a house - it blows up) and here.....(another building blows up) and of course here.....(a series of various atom and hydrogen bombs at the moment of impact)