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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
What happened to... by voxpops on 27 August 2005 1:40am
"The Complete and Utter History of Britain": Does it still exsist or was it a casualty of the infamous British "wipeing" period.

"Three Men and a Boat": The problem is is that this is too short to be a feature and too long to be a short subject. Alas, I've seen it only once many years ago.

"American Friends": I've been waiting over ten years to see this! What gives?

While I'm on the subject, where are the DVD releases of Graham Chapman's "Yellowbeard" and "The Odd Job"? Hurry up already.

Does anybody know anything about these films? It would be greatly appreciated.
Re: What happened to... by kristinekm on 18 September 2005 11:15pm
Hi I've been away and havn't had internet for a while due to moving. Here's an answer (hope late IS better than never)

In some of the extras (I think in connection with Do not adjust your set) Terry Jones said that only one of the episodes of the utter history still exists because it was mislaid and filed under "History"

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