Joe Medjuck

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If you liked Auschwitz you'll love And Now For Something Completely Different . Virtually every joke is based on killing, maiming, destruction or sexism. This film exploits women, homosexuals and anyone who pays to see it. It ends with a skit about the "upper class twit of the year." My...

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If you liked Auschwitz you'll love And Now For Something Completely Different. Virtually every joke is based on killing, maiming, destruction or sexism. This film exploits women, homosexuals and anyone who pays to see it. It ends with a skit about the "upper class twit of the year." My nomination goes to Monty Python's Flying Circus.

Joe Medjuck, "'And Now for Something Completely Different': Associate Editor Joe Medjuck Gets in His Two Cents," in Take One (copyright © 1972 by Unicorn Publishing Corp.), Vol. 3, No. 5, May-June, 1971, p. 23.

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