“The two soldiers in the back, Eric and Terry G, had little to do in the scene except to try to conceal their laughter at Pilate’s lisp, so the close-ups for those two consisted mostly of laughter. During Terry G’s close-ups, [Michael was] crawling just below camera range, about knee-high… Michael and John were making obscene threats in order to keep Terry laughing. Then, to facilitate Eric’s laughter during his close-ups, Michael carefully inserted a spear up his tunic.” - Kim “Howard” Johnson, [Monty Python’s Tunisian Holiday]

Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) 

45/100 - Michael Edward Palin (and Terry Jones’s cute behind)

Michael Palin, Graham Chapman, John Cleese, and Carol Cleveland, taking a break during a photocall at the BBC Television Centre — 1985

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