Monatsarchiv: Juni 2009

des pudels zweites anagramm

beim flanieren und rumstöbern im netz gefunden. fantastisch! enjoy:

Monty Python, ; Idle, Eric: The Man Who Speaks in Anagrams (1972)
Monty Python, creators. „The Man Who Speaks in Anagrams.“ Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Season 3, episode 30. Screenplay Eric Idle. Perf. Michael Palin and Eric Idle. BBC, 2 November 1972.
[Interviewer:] Hello, good evening and welcome to another edition of „Blood, Devastation, Death, War and Horror“, and later on we’ll be meeting a man who does gardening. But first on the show we’ve got a man who speaks entirely in anagrams.
[Man:] Taht si crreoct.
[Interviewer:] Do you enjoy it?
[Man:] I stom certainly od. Revy chum so.
[Interviewer:] And what’s your name?
[Man:] Hamrag, Hamrag Yatlerot.
[Interviewer:] Well, Graham, nice to have you on the show. Now, where do you come from?
[Man:] Bumcreland.
[Interviewer:] Cumberland?
[Man:] Stah’t it sepricely.
[Interviewer:] And I believe you’re working on an anagram version of Shakespeare?
[Man:] Sey, sey, taht si crreoct, er. Ta the mnemot I’m wroking on „The Mating of the Wersh“.
[Interviewer:] „The Mating of the Wersh“? By William Shakespeare?
[Man:] Nay, by Malliwi Rapesheake.
[Interviewer:] And er, what else?
[Man:] „Two Netlemeng of Verona“, „Twelfth Thing“, „The Chamrent of Venice“…
[Interviewer:] Have you done
„Hamlet“?
[Man:]
„Thamle“. „Be ot or bot ne ot, tath is the nestquoi.“
[Interviewer:] And what is your next project?
[Man:] „Ring Kichard the Thrid“.
[Interviewer:] I’m sorry?
[Man:] „A shroe! A shroe! My dingkom for a shroe!“
[Interviewer:] Ah, Ring Kichard, yes… But surely that’s not an anagram, that’s a spoonerism.
[Man:] If you’re going to split hairs, I’m going to piss off. (He leaves.)

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