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{{Infobox_FlyingCircusCharacter
 
|Title = BBC continuity announcer
 
|Actor = [[John Cleese]]
 
|Image = [[Image:anfscd 6.jpg|200px]]
 
|First = [[The Ant, an Introduction]]
 
|Profession = Continuity announcer}}
 
 
The '''BBC continuity announcer''' is a reoccurring character in ''[[Monty Python's Flying Circus]]'', used to link sketches together. He says "And now for something completely different" in unexpected areas. He initially appears in the episode "[[Sex and Violence]]," played by [[Eric Idle]]. In his subsequent appearances, he is portrayed by [[John Cleese]].
 
The '''BBC continuity announcer''' is a reoccurring character in ''[[Monty Python's Flying Circus]]'', used to link sketches together. He says "And now for something completely different" in unexpected areas. He initially appears in the episode "[[Sex and Violence]]," played by [[Eric Idle]]. In his subsequent appearances, he is portrayed by [[John Cleese]].
   

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