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Bill Bailey: Part Troll (2004)

A live stand up show featurng musical comedian Bill Bailey.

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Nick Morris

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Bill Bailey
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Bill Bailey ... Himself
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Bill Bailey, star of Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Black Books, is the funniest bearded, babbling, bug-eyed druid the world has ever seen. His incredible Part Troll tour was the smash hit live comedy show of 2004, playing to packed houses all over the country. Filmed at the Hammersmith Apollo this extraordinary show features a truly great comedian at his brilliant best. Written by Anonymous

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UK

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English | French | German

Release Date:

22 November 2004 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Bill Bailey: Live at the Apollo - Part Troll See more »

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Talent Television See more »
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Bill Bailey: [singing] You picked me up from school, you attended all my sporting functions, you bought me a car, you gave me the use of a credit card, but how can I feel pain? How can I feel pain? How can I feel pain when you're being so supportive?
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References 'Allo 'Allo (1982) See more »

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Rebel Rebel
Written by David Bowie
Performed by Bill Bailey
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How does he think of this stuff
15 April 2006 | by brianethomas2001See all my reviews

When i saw Bill Baileys Cosmic Jam i thought he was a good stand up, then i saw Bewilderness and decided that this man is good but a comedic genius. But Part Troll has confirmed he is a comedic genius who is quite underrated.

In Part Troll he takes his random technique of comedy hasn't change much from his past show but he does have different material.

His songs are still hilarious. The new English national anthem of "what a wonderful day" remixed was also genius and hilarious, as was the German 3 times a lady and the German "hokey cokey".

Bill Bailey is a genius and different at what he does. it is almost his downfall as he does get weird half way through all his shows but this is probably due to his many acid trips he explains in other dvds. But surprisingly for a modern day comedian he doesn't use strong language and isn't rude at all but he is still a mature comedian.

overall original and dirrent a must see.


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