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How to Irritate People (1969)

How to Irritate People
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(17 ratings)
6.9 IMDB rating
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Directed by
Ian Fordyce Ian Fordyce


Starring
John Cleese John Cleese
Himself / Dad / Pepperpot / Boyfriend / Teddy / Man at Party / Son / Bored Pilot / Silly Job Interviewer / Presenter /
Tim Brooke-Taylor Tim Brooke-Taylor
Pepperpot / Mrs.Maurice / David Thomas
Graham Chapman Graham Chapman
Pepperpot / Restaurant Customer / Mr.Harris / Poofy Actor / Man in need of a lift / Mr.Bevis / Bored Pilot / Man with score card / Mr.Raymond /
Michael Palin Michael Palin
Malcolm / Bona Fide Movie-Goer / Head Waiter / Mr.Gibson / Poofy Actor / Tom / Flight Attendant / Man with score card / Mr.Shande /
Gillian Lind Gillian Lind
Mum / Mother / Mrs.Raymond
Connie Booth Connie Booth
Pamela / Girlfriend / Restaurant Customer / Beryl
Dick Vosburgh Dick Vosburgh
Waiter / Man with gun / Man with score card


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Graham Chapman Graham Chapman
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John Cleese John Cleese
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A pre-Monty Python British mockumentary which was written by and stars John Cleese. This hilarious movie provides tips to learn how to really bug people. Great sketches, including an early version of the well-known parrot sketch using a car salesman instead.
Release date: 21 January 1969
UPC: 032031165694
Tags: 1969 (2), Comedy (2), Tv Movie (2), 1968 (1)
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