LONDON (AP) — Michael Palin has rejected a movie producer’s claim that the producer was the unofficial seventh member of the Monty Python comedy troupe and is entitled to more royalties from the musical “Spamalot.”
Mr. Palin told a hearing at London’s High Court on Wednesday that the idea of a seventh member “was never going to be accepted by the Pythons.”
And he disputed Mr. Forstater’s claim to have helped written the film, saying: “There were six of us. We were a tight group. We wrote our own material.”
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