Graham Chapman: Looks Like a Brown Trouser Job
The US College Tours, Live 1988
In the early 1980s, Graham Chapman embarked upon a second career
as a public speaker. Throughout the decade he toured hundreds of North
American colleges delivering "comedy lectures" which consisted of tales
from his life, adventures with an ad hoc group of adrenaline junkies called the
Dangerous Sports Club, equally dangerous friends like the Who's Keith Moon
and, of course, his fellow Pythons. In the spring of 1988 he launched his final
college tour before his death in 1989, the best of which is presented here,
videotaped under Graham's supervision and taken from his personal archives.
It's a historical - and hysterical - document, capturing Graham at the peak
of his comedic powers, at ease and at home before a crowd of Chapmaniacs.
PLEASE NOTE: LOOKS LIKE A BROWN TROUSER JOB
consists of historic material, videotaped in 1988 under Graham's supervision, and taken from his personal archives. While it may not meet today's high-def, mega-pixel digital quality standards, we believe that Graham's humor, and the historical value of the program, outweighs these minor concerns. Every effort has been made to preserve the best-looking, and best-sounding, program possible by utilizing some really expensive equipment with lots of cool flashing lights on it including the machine that goes 'Ping!').
This is a DVDRIP of the NTSC region 0 dvd.
Contains all visual and audio content. Does not contain the menu or text content, such as the filmography and useless liner notes.