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Monty Python co-founder Graham Chapman, who died of cancer in 1989, is set to return to cinemas in an animated biopic.
Based on his 1980 autobiography, the film will be made up of cartoon animations that will feature his fellow Pythons. Chapman, the star of Monty Python’s Life of Brian, will also narrate some of the film himself, thanks to his having narrated his autobiography.
John Cleese, Terry Jones and Michael Palin are all thought to be on board whilst it is yet to be confirmed whether Eric Idle will join the project.
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