Marty Feldman- The Best of
Feldman was the goggle-eyed clown whose innovative slap-stick helped
usher in the anarchic age of Monty Python and sent him to Hollywood
stardom alongside Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder.
by the likes of Palin, Cleese, Chapman and Feldman himself, his BBC
shows of the late 60s were full of the famous and often controversial
sketches (including The Loneliness of the Long-distance Golfer and the
Bavarian wine treading dance) that put Feldman’s zany, surreal style on
selection of Feldman sketches from his BBC series showcases a unique
comic style that recalls the era of silent slapstick comedy, but
encapsulates the surreal spirit of 1960s new comedy.
spooky looking Feldman that was loved by millions for his extraordinary
BBC comedy series gives connoisseurs of "ancient comedy" a true look
into the history of how comedy began and grew from the UK.
series amazingly enough has quite a few laughs for such as dated series
and would be the ideal gift to anyone from the era. Great stuff!