Cleese Encounters

Jonathan Margolis

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Cleese Encounters

Cleese Encounters An outrageous and irreverent biography of the most famous Monty Python member who has most recently given masterly performances in films like Life of Brian Clockwise and A Fish Called Wanda A must b

  • Title: Cleese Encounters
  • Author: Jonathan Margolis
  • ISBN: 9780752816937
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • An outrageous and irreverent biography of the most famous Monty Python member who has most recently given masterly performances in films like Life of Brian, Clockwise, and A Fish Called Wanda A must buy Washington Times Photos.

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    1. Thomas Wictor on said:

      A surprising portrait of the Monty Python star. As always seems to be the case, the funniest entertainers aren't very funny in person. A terrific object lesson for why we must always separate the artist from the art. Cleese isn't all that fun to be around. He takes himself very seriously. It leaves you wondering why this man went into comedy. A great read.

    2. Jill on said:

      There is much more to John Cleese than anything we've seen on screen or in print. This was a detailed account, with sometimes too much detail from particular movies, and not enough personal statements from Mr. Cleese. Or perhaps I just kept expecting to laugh and be amused. I still don't feel like I know him as well as I thought I would after 333 pages.

    3. Starlight on said:

      I came away thinking how boring John Cleese is life when this should not of been the case. There was no depth to this biography. The book highlights John Cleese suffers from depression and I felt this deep sadness reading this book

    4. Thomas Strömquist on said:

      I have a feeling that an in-depth biography of Cleese would be a far more voluminous affair, but this is still a nice portrait and skillfully written.

    5. Jason Duncan on said:

      An interesting insight into the man behind the legend - learning & knowing how well Cleese can write a brilliant script, looking foward to John writing a complete one.

    6. Tara Calaby on said:

      The book through which I discovered that I had been pronouncing Cleese incorrectly all along.

    7. Ellen on said:

      Perhaps not "great literature" but a good book, kept my interest, and I would read something else by this author.

    8. Peter on said:

      This was a slog. An interesting character presented in a uninteresting way.

    9. Joe Faust on said:

      Mediocre biography. Should’ve gotten Cleese’s permission.

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