On 5 October 2019, to celebrate 50 years to the day of the first broadcast of “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” on BBC2, the official Gumby World Record Attempt was held at The Roundhouse in London. Hosted by Terry Gilliam, with special guest Sanjeev Bhaskar, 100s of men, women & children dressed as Gumbys, the iconic Monty Python character, descended upon the venue to enjoy Gumby sketches from the newly restored “Monty Python’s Flying Circus”, a Monty Python sing-along, a Q&A with Terry G and an after party with Terry G, Sanjeev and Monty Python-inspired cocktails. The rest of the Monty Python team were present as cardboard cut-outs, dotted in between the piles of rubber bricks & flower-arranging stations… and a World Record for the “largest gathering of people dressed as Gumbys” was set.
And the big green guy was no where to be seen, travesty to expropriate a licensed property like that and just do whatever you want with it. Did they even know about the green guy though? Maybe not.
At any rate this design represents an icon mash up, or is it a mash up- a Gumby Gumby. Someone would be pleased somewhere.
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—What?! only dead birds in cages? Better come back and visit us later when there’s a partner for this one.