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Title: Calcium Made Interesting: Sketches, Letters, Essays & Gondolas
Author: Graham Chapman
Publisher: Published October 1st 2006 by Macmillan UK
ISBN: 9780283070167
Status : FREE Rating :
4.6 out of 5

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Graham Chapman was more than a professional jokester. Like those other outstanding comics Spike Milligan and Peter Cook he had an innate belief in absurdity as a way of life - his humour and sheer joy in madness for its own sake was as likely to find its outlet on the street as on the stage. The other Pythons often said that just listening to Graham tell them about one of Graham Chapman was more than a professional jokester. Like those other outstanding comics Spike Milligan and Peter Cook he had an innate belief in absurdity as a way of life - his humour and sheer joy in madness for its own sake was as likely to find its outlet on the street as on the stage. The other Pythons often said that just listening to Graham tell them about one of his wild evenings out was fodder for a dozen sketches. He was inventive, fearless, willing to take chances and make stands. Openly gay, capable of outrageous alcohol-fuelled behaviour, Graham Chapman lived an untidy life, and in some respects this book mirrors that. Inside is everything from television scripts and sketches to humorous essays on serious topics, comic flights of fancy that serve no purpose except to elicit a laugh, letters to friends and fellow hellraisers like Keith Moon and Ringo Starr, his behind-the-scenes account of the filming of Life of Brian, his views on fellow Pythons, and much more.

30 review for Calcium Made Interesting: Sketches, Letters, Essays & Gondolas

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tara Montague

    I've read a lot of this material already in other Graham Chapman collections, but this is the one that I read first. It was definitely the most rich in material and humorous. Especially Graham's shenanigans with Keith Moon.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dennis

    Some new material that was "made interesting", and a lot of material that I recall seeing before. That's the problem with dead authors. Given the chance Graham, how much more you would have given us.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dylan Boyd

    wonderfully insane

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Learned alot about Graham Chapman and Monty Python. Funny, funny, funny unaired, unpublished scripts.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    the biographical material is cover better elsewhere. the sketches are rough. feels a bit miscellaneous and I wanted to really like this book. I thought the dangerous sports essay was the best part.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bussaracum Chuenchomlada

    Inventive, at times wacky, writings. Funny, zany, and completely random, like the author himself.

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