A unique insider's look at the legendary Pythons in their prime, at work and at play, during the making of one of their timeless comedy classics – with forewords by John Cleese, Michael Palin, Terry Jones and Eric Idle.
Monty Python is, arguably, more popular today than it was nearly 40 years ago, when the group first burst onto the comedy scene. Since that time, new generations continue to discover the wit, the genius, and the sheer silliness of the six men that comprised Python.
In 1978, Kim "Howard" Johnson spent several weeks in Tunisia on the set of Life of Brian and kept a detailed journal of what he saw and heard on the set. The result is a unique, eyewitness account that reveals the Pythons at work in a way that nothing else written about them could do. Monty Python's Tunisian Holiday: My Life With Brian presents a piece of history that very few have ever been able to experience – a peek on the set of a classic Python film.