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Monty Python's Flying Circus (BBC comedy series, 1969-74)
Episode: 3 Sketch: Bicycle Repair Man
Features London Transport Leyland PD2 RTL1557 (OLD666) on service 359 to Knightsbridge, interior and exterior shots:
Episode: 6 Sketch: Dull Life of a Stockbroker
Features London Transport Leyland PD2 RTL1557 (OLD666) - although the bus carries an advertisement on the back for Red Rover tickets, the fleetnames on the side are boarded over:
Episode: 7 Sketch: Man Turns Into a Scotsman
Features London Transport Leyland PD2 RTL1557 (OLD666); a commuter drives his own bus to work:
Episode: 12 Sketch: The North Minehead By-Election
A glimpse of a brown Panorama I coach apparently in Minehead, Somerset.

Episode: 15 Sketch: Court Scene (Charades)
Sketch: The Spanish Inquisition - features London Transport RTW75 (KGK575):
Episode: 16 Sketch: Hijacked Plane (to Luton)
Western National Bristol SUL4A 636 (350EDV) is hijacked to Cuba at the end of the Hijacked Plane (to Luton) sketch:
Later there is also a distant view of a Devon General open top Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1.
Episode: 18 Live From the Grill-o-Mat Snack Bar
Opens in a Paignton snackbar and ends with a monologue by John Cleese, who is riding on the upper deck of a moving Devon General 'Sea Dog' class open top Leyland Atlantean/Metro-Cammell, possibly between Paignton and Babbacombe, Devon. Also seen in passing are two closed top Devon General Atlanteans (in maroon/cream) and another open top Atlantean in the reversed cream/maroon livery.
Episode: 30 Bus Conductor Sketch - has a very bad studio mockup of a bus interior.
Five (count 'em) London Transport AEC Routemasters pass during an as yet unidentified sketch filmed on Westminster Bridge.
"An unidentified AEC Routemaster RM on Route 37 is seen in a sketch where Mr Norris takes his Ford EBW343 from Hounslow to Surbiton!!" (thanks Geoff Cook)
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