The Late Movies: Stephen Fry
Last week we featured Hugh Laurie on the Friday Late Movies, and many people requested a turn for Stephen Fry. Glad to accommodate! However, if we had a clip from each of Fry's show biz phases, we might blow our bandwidth. Here are a selected few, for your enjoyment. You can get more by following Fry's blog.
The Cellar Tapes
The Cellar Tapes was s TV version of the live show by the Cambridge Footlights Revue, starring a rather young Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie and their friends from Cambridge University. Recorded in 1982.
The Bell Dance
A routine from the TV series Alfresco, starring Fry and the usual suspects.
The Silver Dick
Fry and Laurie give a fake award to John Cleese as part of The Secret Policeman's Ball in 1987.
Who Wrote Ben Hur?
Fry gets a bit huffy about Ben Hur on the comedy quiz show QI, which he hosts.
The Joys of Swearing
A segment from a celebration of Fry's 50th birthday. Contains swearing.
Talking About America
On The Craig Ferguson Show a couple of years ago.
Auburn vs. Alabama
Stephen Fry investigates that strange cultural phenomenon known as American College Football.
Shagged by a Rare Parrot
Stephen Fry gives Mark Carardine a hard time after the Kakapo parrot attempts to mate with the zoologist. From the BBC series Last Chance to See.
Stephen Fry, National Treasure
Jonti Picking of Weebles Stuff made a animation paying tribute to Fry. This would be an awesome intro to a show starring Fry, wouldn't it?