Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life Locations
Locations Manager(s): Peter Kohn
Under their watchful eye, the following special places were used for filming "Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life":
The Meaning of Life was filmed on location in England and Scotland.
London's Battersea Power Station was used for the race
Porchester Hall, Porchester Road, London W2 - restaurant in which Mr Creosote explodes. [Thanks to David Boothroyd]
The Royal Masonic School of Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England was used for the "School Days" segment.
The 'every sperm is sacred' song was film at Cartwright Hall, Lister Park, Bradford, Yorkshire, England. [Thanks to David Kellett]
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