The official Carol Cleveland appreciation thread

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Todd Hostettler, Jul 4, 2001.

  1. Todd Hostettler

    Todd Hostettler Second Unit

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    I was watching a few of my A&E Monty Python discs this morning, when I had an epiphany:
    Carol Cleveland is the ideal woman.
    Intelligent.
    Sexy.
    Funny as Hell.
    She was an integral part of the Python troupe, yet strangely unsung. Where is she today? Please join me in singing the praises of this incredible lady.
     
  2. TheLongshot

    TheLongshot Producer

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    Mmmmm.... Carol Cleveland. A yummy woman, and often called the unofficial Python member.
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  3. JonZ

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    I think shes yummy too.
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    one thousand more years of the same old crap" Jose Chung
     
  4. Michael Reuben

    Michael Reuben Studio Mogul

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    A great comedienne. When she finally got to star in a lengthy routine (in Holy Grail), it was a highpoint in Python history.
    M.
     
  5. Peter M Fitzgerald

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    Prior to her Monty Python stint, Carol Cleveland was quite scrummy in one of the most famous episodes of THE AVENGERS, "A Touch of Brimstone" (the one where Emma Peel is dressed up as the "Queen of Sin" in a decadent club of scoundrels), as well as a brassiere model in the opening credits of the Shirley MacLaine comedy film THE BLISS OF MRS. BLOSSOM (1968-British, Paramount), which also featured an early brief appearance by John Cleese. All hail Carol Cleveland!
     

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