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The Meaning of Life
It Took God Six Days To Create The Earth, And Monty Python Just 90 Minutes To Screw It Up.
( Comedy )


The Meaning of Life Poster



US Runtime: 107 min

Premiere Date:
Apr 01, 1983   [USA]
 
Director: Terry Gilliam   [segment "Crimson Permanent Assurance"]
 
Music by John Du Prez
 
Cinematography: Peter Hannan
Roger Pratt   [segment "Crimson Permanent Assurance"]
 
Edited by: Julián Doyle
 
Costume Design: James Acheson
 
Production Companys: Celandine Films
The Monty Python Partnership
Universal Pictures
 


Crew:

Kenneth Atherfold
grip
Roy Baker
editing department
Barry Brown
focus puller
Vin Burnham
costume maker
Patricia Carr
production assistant: segment Crimson Permanent
Chuck Finch
gaffer
William Hobbs
fight arranger: segment Crimson Permanent
Peter Kohn
location manager
 
Stephen Miles
costume assistant
Stewart Monteith
electrical department
Tim Ollive
animator
Arlene Phillips
choreographer
Larry Randall
electrical department
Malcolm Smith
grip: segment Crimson Permanent
Stefan Stankowski
clapper loader
 

Miscellaneous Companies:

Britannia Row
music recording
CTS Studios
music recording
Lee Lighting Ltd.
grip and lighting equipment
Redwood Recording Studios
Music recorded at
 
Roger Cherrill Ltd.
Sound re-recorded at
Westbridge Studios
Model Makers, segment: The Crimson Permanent Assurance
WPG Specialities
WPGS
 

Filming Locations: (Now With Clickable Links To Location On Google Maps)

 

Tech Info:

Color Info:
Color (Technicolor)
Cinematographic Process:
Spherical
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1
Film Negative Format:
35 mm
Printed Film Format:
35 mm


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