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The film was the idea of entrepreneur Victor Lownes, head of Playboy UK, who convinced the group that a feature film would be the ideal way to introduce them to the US market. Production of the film did not go entirely smoothly.
Terry Jones and Michael Palin later complained that the vast majority of the film was "nothing more than jokes behind desks." Another argument with Lownes occurred when Terry Gilliam designed the opening credits for the film.
Because the names of the Pythons were shown in blocks of stone, Lownes insisted that his own name be displayed in a similar manner.
Lownes tried to exert considerably more control over the group than they had been used to at the BBC.
In particular, he objected so strongly to one character – 'Ken Shabby' – that his appearance was removed, although stills from both this and a further cut sketch, "Flying Sheep", were published in Monty Python's Big Red Book.
The budget of the film was very low for the time at only £80,000.
This is self-referentially acknowledged in the film's Killer Cars animation; the voiceover narration (done by Eric Idle) mentions "a scene of such spectacular proportions that it could never in your life be seen in a low-budget film like this. The film was shot on location in England and inside an abandoned dairy, rather than on a more costly soundstage.which also features the films Monty Python and the Holy Grail and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. 30% Off for this Summer, use this coupon code: SUM17 Key Filehosts: Keep2Share’s traffic is now 5 GB per day (Instead of 1GB per day).Many of the early episodes of Monty Python's Flying Circus feature a sensible-looking announcer (played by John Cleese) dressed in a black suit and sitting behind a wooden desk, which in turn is in some ridiculous location such as behind the bars of a zoo cage or in mid-air being held aloft by small attached propellers.The announcer would turn to the audience and announce "and now for something completely different", launching the show's opening credits starting with the second series of the show.The budget was so low that some effects that were performed in the television series could not be repeated in the film.