The Strange Case Of The End Of Civilisation As We Know It

Here’s how London Weekend Television announced their new project with John Cleese, The Strange Case of the End of Civilisation as We Know It.

The Stage – Thursday 17 February 1977

The film aired in September of the same year, and again some time in the early 1990s.

Patrick Campbell seemed to like it.

The Stage – Thursday 22 September 1977

But Roger McGough did not.

Liverpool Daily Post (Welsh Edition) – Saturday 24 September 1977

It obviously stuck with a few people though, because in 1983, this notice popped up in a local paper.

Hounslow & Chiswick Informer – Friday 21 January 1983
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