“Normally went to EMI to finance the film, but the company began to have doubts. That was a heavy blow for us, because we were already busy with the preparations," says Michael Palin to The Guardian. “So did Eric (Idle red.) to Hollywood, and he proposed the project to George Harrison, who, since the first tv program was a big fan of Monty Python. Harrison verpandde his house and arranged a loan of 5 million dollars. When we asked him why, he said simply: "Because I have the movie wants see’. There are not many people who have $ 5 million left for a ticket.”
Without Beatle George Harrison is no ‘Life of Brian’: He verpandde his house for the movie
Film we're in 1979, Monty Python's ‘Life of Brian’ could enjoy, we have to thank Beatle George Harrison. That tells Michael Palin (75), actor and writer of th
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