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Terry Gilliam Recycles Animation For Monty Python Live Show

Gilliam hanging around during rehearsal for the "I've Got Two Legs" number.

Gilliam hanging around during rehearsal for the “I’ve Got Two Legs” number.

The first of 10 reunion shows for the legendary mostly-British comedy troupe Monty Python is in the books and the lone American member, Terry Gilliam, trotted out mostly recycled versions of his original animations and sketches for the original television show, Monty Python’s Flying Circus, which ran from 1969-74. Gilliam’s iconic foot made its expected appearance along with a few other recognizable background cutout characters along with a new one of Vladimir Putin’s head.

Blood, Devastation, War, Horror and a soon to be flying through Vladimir Putin's head-cannonball.

Blood, Devastation, War, Horror and a soon to be flying through Vladimir Putin’s head-cannonball.

The “Monty Python Mostly Live” final show will be broadcast live in more than 1800 cinemas worldwide on July 20, 2014.

The re-issued and illustration-updated "Monty Python Sings [Again]" bonus CD cover art from Gilliam.

The re-issued and illustration-updated “Monty Python Sings [Again]” bonus CD cover art from Gilliam.

Source: Monty Python Live

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