Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist

Fifty Years Young

Monty Python will be fifty next year- and our grand-daughter loves it. Men in dresses, funny voices, silly walks, lots of rushing about- what's there for a five year old not to love? She watches it with her dad. 

When I was five I was watching stuff that was similarly ancient- Laurel and Hardy, for instance. Though, now I think of it, Laurel and Hardy was closer to me in time than Python is to Ivy. 

Strange stuff, comedy. It can go stale in a week or last forever. 
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