Each source does have a slightly different variation on the Bellerophon myth though.
Miles described Milligan as: His appearance on stage always brought a roar of delight from the kids in the audience and Spike had soon left the text far behind as he went off into a riff of sublime absurdity. Richard Lester later directed a film versionreleased in He refused to be serious when questioned about his motives.
In the story, Oblomov decides to spend his life in bed. Spike decided to identify with his character, and told disbelieving reporters that he thought it would be a nice comfortable rest for him.
This was of course, prevarication. The audience demanded a clown, he became a clown. When he forgot his words, or disapproved of them, he simply made up what he felt to be more appropriate ones. That night there were no riotous first night celebrations and most of the cast seemed to go home stunned.
The following night Milligan began to ad lib in earnest.
The text of the show began to change drastically. The cast were bedevilled and shaken but they went along with him Incredibly, the show began to resolve itself.
The context changed completely. It was turned upside down and inside out. Cues and lines became irrelevant as Milligan verbally rewrote the play each night. By the end of the week, Oblomov had changed beyond recognition.
Andre Morell came again First it was a means of livelihood. And I had sort of lagged behind my confederates, that I And I realise that basically I was quite a good clown I clowned it into a West End success and uh, we kept changing it all the time. It was a tour de force of improvisation He also did this on radio and television.
He was interviewed live on air and remained in the studio for the news broadcast that followed read by Rod McNeilduring which Milligan constantly interjected, adding his own name to news items.
The ABC also changed its national policy so that guests had to leave the studio after interviews were complete.
He had brought around a silent cartoon" and asked Lester if his P. He ad-libbed the commentary for it and it was perfect.
I was open-mouthed at the raw comedy creation in front of me. Most were visualisations of one-line jokes.
Milligan was the youngest contributor, describing his life in India when it was under British rule. In it he mentions the imperial parades there: They wore these great long pantaloons, a gold dome to their turbans, khaki shirts with banded waistcoats, double-cross bandoliers, leather sandals, and they used to march very fast, I remember, bursting in through the dust on the heels of an English regiment.
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