Thursday, May 22, 2008

For Enigma4Ever and DK Raed



A remake of The Four Yorkshirmen as made famous by Monty Python, which was actually a remake of the original version from an earlier show, "At Last, the 1948 Show."

Remember, ladies, Rickman is mine, all mine.

6 comments:

enigma4ever said...

omg....

priceless...

What an honor...

Now I am off to find something to send back....hmmmm

fortunatur said...

i forgot to laugh..

D.K. Raed said...

Great find! I especially love Rickman as the bad guy, like Sheriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood. When he's good, he's very good, but when he's bad, he's better. Let me see if I can find the clip I'm thinking of & put it up, something about cancelling xmas.

DivaJood said...

Enigma, hopefully you will send me a first class plane ticket to London. If you are not a member of Amnesty International, no time like the present to join.

Fortunatur, whatever floats your boat.

DK, when I saw Die Hard back in 1988, I was hooked. He stole the film right out from under Bruce's sweaty self.

D.K. Raed said...

Who are the other Yorkshirees? Rickman and Eddie Izzard in the middle, but who are the others? Guy on the right looks familiar.

Yup, he did steal the Willis Diehard movie (which I only watched under protest & have never seen any of the sequels). Doesn't he steal them all (though Chris Rock gave him a run for the money in Dogma)?

DivaJood said...

DK, the guy on the left of the screen is Harry Enfield, and the guy on the far right of the screen is Vic Reeves. Enfield is the voice for Travelocity's Roving Gnome. Reeves is another well-known British comedian.

I loved Rickman in Dogma - drinking tequila and spitting it out because angels can't swallow anything - no place to go. Chris Rock was also quite good. Great film.