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From the "The Attila the Hun Show" skit on the 20th episode (11 November 1970) of legendary BBC sketch comedy show ''[http://us.imdb.com/Title?0063929 Monty Python's Flying Circus]''. Attila has his own inane sitcom. The faux credits list the music as being by this band, but Attila's theme is actually "With a Little Love," the theme to the then-current ''[http://us.imdb.com/Title?0063891 The Debbie Reynolds Show]''.
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From the "The Attila the Hun Show" skit on the 20th episode (11 November 1970) of legendary BBC sketch comedy show ''[http://us.imdb.com/Title?0063929 Monty Python's Flying Circus]''.  
  
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Attila has his own inane sitcom. The faux credits list the music as being by this band, but Attila's theme is actually "With a Little Love," the theme to the then-current ''[http://us.imdb.com/Title?0063891 The Debbie Reynolds Show]''.
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[[Category:Monty Python|Hunlets]]
 
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[[Category:1970|Hunlets]]

Latest revision as of 04:57, 24 August 2017

From the "The Attila the Hun Show" skit on the 20th episode (11 November 1970) of legendary BBC sketch comedy show Monty Python's Flying Circus.

Attila has his own inane sitcom. The faux credits list the music as being by this band, but Attila's theme is actually "With a Little Love," the theme to the then-current The Debbie Reynolds Show.