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Eric Idle has been funny for a very long time. He gained fame almost 50 years ago playing pompous TV hosts and leering idiots as a member of the Monty Python comedy troupe.Idle is one of those funny people who had a miserable childhood.In 1969, the BBC rounded up some other bright young performers for a sketch show so undefined it didn't even have a name. Idle, John Cleese, Michael Palin, Graham Chapman, Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam toyed with names like "Toad Elevating Moment" and "Whither Canada?" Readers looking for first-hand insights into the inner workings of that landmark show will be disappointed.
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