Other Movies

We absolutely love all the hilarious films these guys made, hence our decision to offer these two fantastic quote shirts!

But we will say, there’s a lot of other great media from around the same time that often gets overlooked. That’s why we decided to use this space to share some of our favorite lines from lesser-known British comedy movies from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Check it out:

“The friar’s broken, Nigel, and I shan’t have you thinking I mean the culinary appliance. No, I’m speaking of the man of God. He’s gone positively looney since the baroness served him sherry and crumpets!” - from Scotch Eggs & Toast (directed by Thimby Hayes, 1966)

“A true blight on moors, if ya ask me, that old abandoned carriage factory. Were it not so warm in this public house, I’d certainly pull up my knickers and take a hatchet to the old sod-heap me’self!” - from A Quite Unforgiving Inheritance (directed by Finley Templehouse, 1971)

“Well, I’ll tell you this much, governor, I ain’t seen many a Kensington man go that batty on Earl Gray!” - from Buckingham Brawl (directed by Sallae O’Fallenan, 1979)

“Listen here, Roger, I was munching a passionfruit tart halfway to Aruba when you sent me that telegram, so if this really is about some chap from Oxford and a stolen pram full of, as you call them, ‘priceless mince pies,’ we shall have words!” - from A Caper of High Regard (Directed by Brampton Hampton III, 1985

Of course, none of these fit on shirts all that well, so we’ll settle for the ones we’ve got.

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Other Movies

We absolutely love all the hilarious films these guys made, hence our decision to offer these two fantastic quote shirts!

But we will say, there’s a lot of other great media from around the same time that often gets overlooked. That’s why we decided to use this space to share some of our favorite lines from lesser-known British comedy movies from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Check it out:

“The friar’s broken, Nigel, and I shan’t have you thinking I mean the culinary appliance. No, I’m speaking of the man of God. He’s gone positively looney since the baroness served him sherry and crumpets!” - from Scotch Eggs & Toast (directed by Thimby Hayes, 1966)

“A true blight on moors, if ya ask me, that old abandoned carriage factory. Were it not so warm in this public house, I’d certainly pull up my knickers and take a hatchet to the old sod-heap me’self!” - from A Quite Unforgiving Inheritance (directed by Finley Templehouse, 1971)

“Well, I’ll tell you this much, governor, I ain’t seen many a Kensington man go that batty on Earl Gray!” - from Buckingham Brawl (directed by Sallae O’Fallenan, 1979)

“Listen here, Roger, I was munching a passionfruit tart halfway to Aruba when you sent me that telegram, so if this really is about some chap from Oxford and a stolen pram full of, as you call them, ‘priceless mince pies,’ we shall have words!” - from A Caper of High Regard (Directed by Brampton Hampton III, 1985

Of course, none of these fit on shirts all that well, so we’ll settle for the ones we’ve got.

More Great Designs!

What is your favorite Monty Python movie EXCLUDING the Holy Grail?

  • Life of Brian
    Life of Brian
  • Meaning of Life
    Meaning of Life
  • And Now for Something Completely Different
    And Now for Something Completely Different
  • Monty Python Conquers America
    Monty Python Conquers America
  • Another one (comments, please)
    Another one (comments, please)
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