Directed by: Terry Gilliam
Starring: Carol Cleveland, Eric Idle, Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Michael Palin, Terry Jones
Genres: Comedy, Fantasy, Musical
Question: Is there a fish visible in the "Where's the fish?" segment, or is it just a joke?
Chosen answer: There is no fish in the scene.
Question: Which Python sings the song "Christmas in Heaven"?
Chosen answer: Graham Chapman.
Question: At imdb's trivia section for this movie there's a mentioning of the Michael Palin line "Hey, but I didn't eat the mousse" line being an ad-lib. What scene is this in?
Chosen answer: At the end scene where death shows up to the dinner party and kills everyone. They all die because they eat bad salmon mousse. After their spirits leave their body, Michael Palin says the line.
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Grim Reaper: Englishmen, you're all so fucking pompous. None of you have got any balls.
During The Miracle of Birth Part 1, when the guy goes into the operating room, the girl puts the gown on the first doctor. It's barely on, but, in the next, wider shot of him, it's completely on and she's tying the back together.
When the title first appears, it says "Monty Python's Meaning Of Liff," which abruptly changes to "Life" with the title is struck by lightning. Author Douglas Adams (friend of Graham Chapman and occasional Python contributor) contacted Terry Gilliam to ask if he could use the title "The Meaning Of Liff" for a mock dictionary he was writing at about the same time. Adams and the Pythons agreed that the crossover publicity could be mutually beneficial.