Forty years ago this week in London, Monty Python expanded their television silliness to the big screen with their first "proper" feature length motion picture. (They had earlier released a film version of some of their TV sketches).
The man who inspired Weird Al Yankovic was known for his strange, subversive sense of humor that he used to make comedy records in the '50s, eventually working his way into TV commercials in the late '60s and early '70s, many of which you may recognize.
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