Group    From 1969  To 1974

Monty Python's Flying Circus

The Pythons were: John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam and Eric Idle. Together they made 45 TV episodes over 4 series between 1969 and 1974 and went on to make films together and various other projects individually.

2018: Londonist points out that Palin's name is mis-spelt on the stone commemorating him as one of the prominent donors to The Globe.  This error is thought to be a Pythonesque joke.

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Monty Python's Flying Circus

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Monty Python

Animation Editing and Recording Studios Monty Python, film maker, lived here...

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Benny Hill

Benny Hill

Comedian and actor. Born Alfred Hawthorne Hill in Southampton. In his teens he worked as a milkman, an experience which he later put to good use in his hit song 'Ernie - The Fastest Milkman in the ...

Person, Cinema, Humour, TV & Radio

2 memorials
Carleton Hobbs

Carleton Hobbs

Hobbo (as he was known) portrayed Sherlock Holmes in 80 radio adaptations in a series of Sherlock Holmes radio dramas, 1952–69. Carleton Percy Hobbs was born in Farnborough and died in London. He ...

Person, Cinema, Theatre, TV & Radio

1 memorial
Come Play With Me

Come Play With Me

Soft porn film. It starred Mary Millington, and surprisingly, several stalwarts of British comedy including Irene Handl and Alfie Bass. The plot involved money forgers and a group of dancing girls ...

Media, Cinema

1 memorial
Burt Kwouk

Burt Kwouk

Actor. Born Herbert Tsangtse Kwouk in Warrington whilst his parents were visiting the UK, was brought up in Shanghai, moving to Hong Kong after the Chinese revolution. Arriving in Britain in 1949, ...

Person, Cinema, TV & Radio, China/Hong Kong

1 memorial