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John Marwood Cleese is an English actor, voice actor, comedian, screenwriter, and producer. ... With Yes Minister writer Antony Jay, he co-founded Video Arts, a production company making entertaining training films. ..... Cleese based Basil Fawlty on a real person, Donald Sinclair, whom he had encountered in 1970 while ...

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John Cleese Training DVD Videos for Business.

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John Cleese. 712582 likes · 609 talking about this. John Cleese is a tall person who likes lemurs, coffee and wine. He's also been known to write and...

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After watching one of my all time favorite movies - what a pleasure it was seeing John Cleese (and his daughter) in person. I could have listened to his stories all ...

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Starring John Cleese, this video is another quirky and humorous drama by Video Arts and helps to equip people with the confidence to get their views and ideas ...

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1969, affiliated with Python (Monty) Pictures, Limited; Video Arts, Ltd., London, ... Various characters, How to Irritate People (also known as John Cleese on How ...

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Jul 1, 2014 ... 1968 television special by John Cleese and other members of the future Monty Python. Apparently the DVD has irritating backward packaging ...

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Feb 7, 1999 ... John Cleese of Monty Python and Fawlty Towers fame shares some of the things ... in 25 years of making management training videos for Video Arts Ltd, ... He also cites a number of studies suggesting that people should trust ...

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Photography: RexUSA John Cleese became a comedy icon in the 1970s for his ... It was always a question of reading things out, and if they made people laugh, they were put in the show. .... I don't know why it's considered a major art form.