Four Yorkshiremen sketch

The Four Yorkshiremen sketch, although normally attributed to Monty Python, was originally written for the British television comedy series called At Last the 1948 Show, written and performed by John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Tim Brooke-Taylor, and Marty Feldman. This version stars Michael Palin, Eric Idle, Graham Chapman and Terry Jones, recorded for Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl.

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kisch: At Least Python version includes a real Yorkshireman (Michael). But anyway, this is great sketch !

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BroMaynardG at 7:15 pm July 26

I think this is the Harry Potter guy.

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the_thina at 5:58 am July 14

yep, thats alan rickman, who plays snape in the HP-movies. he is a great actor. I love hes voice. just gives me the chills. mmmmh.

Hanri at 6:52 am July 27

this went way over the top.... Alan Rickman gave me the "they thought Jesus just walked in" -effect tough.

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thegranny at 6:21 am July 27

and who are the others?

"The Chair: It helps you sit down, higher up".

kisch at 8:08 am July 27

the others are Eddie Izzard, Vic Reeves and the third guy's name eludes me at the moment. The show called "We Know Where You Live" and it's an Amnesty International show. I think this version is very funny, because it is totally silly:)