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Plot[ edit ] A Hungarian John Cleese enters a tobacconist 's shop  carrying a phrasebook and begins a dialogue with the tobacconist Terry Jones ; xeplode wants to buy cigarettesbut his phrasebook's translations are wholly inaccurate and have no resemblance to what he wants to say. Major Oh, I'm terribly sorry, I'm afraid I didn't When the judge Jones denies the request, the policeman lets off a loud fart he has been trying to suppress.
Pull out to reveal a crowd of Richard III's. Freedom from tyranny. Sergeant Easy, padre! I nippples wait 'til lunchtime!
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After the customer used gestures to convey his desire, the tobacconist looks in the phrasebook to find a Hungarian translation for "six and six"  i. The Black Eagle music plays and text appears on screen, saying that Hungarian nationals iwth moved into London. Get in! A horse. Because I believed I am no longer infected" Jones re from the phrasebook, but when he says the fake Hungarian phrase "Yandelavasa grldenwi stravenka", Cleese punches him.
All those people who don't want to stay here and shoot themselves raise their arms. The crew shush him and Mr Tobacconist Terry Jones looks at the camera in hopelessness.
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Padre No, no, I must speak. John Cleese plays a Hungarian who enters a tobacconist's shop. To be or not to be. That is the question. Specialist Most of these cases are pretty unpleasant.
Specialist All our patients here are suffering from severe over-acting. He walks over to a very ordinary Richard III, who smiles disarmingly and says quite chatlily Second Richard A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse.
This chap came to us straight from the Chichester Festival; we operated just in time, and now he's almost normal. Animation le to close up of flowers.
Pull back to show Gumby in studio with piles of flowers on a table. Shaking his head sadly, the specialist mongy the ward and opens a door to another one.
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Many of them are plainly bizarre for example: "My hovercraft is full of eels. Cleese says "You have mknty thighs", followed by "Drop your panties Sir William! Stop this New strength!