The show was pitched to the BBC back in 1989, but it was turned down due to the animation being too complicated to achieve. But the show was pitched again in the early 2000's, since it was possible for the animation to be done on computers. See more »
By the power vested in me by mawkish ITV documentaries presented by Martin Bashir, I now pronounce you... a paedophile.
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'Monkey Dust' is a feast of sick animation, with sketches concerning a sad-eyed man who tells wide tales about where he's been, when he's actually been doing something muckily sexual; a reality-TV series called 'People on the Toilet', where the star eventually becomes a big big star and candidate for Pope; and other such things. There's plenty of black humour, violence, and wife-swapping which turns into cannibalism.
Inspired humour and twisted tales make 'Monkey Dust' a must-see for fans of Jam, Spaced, and Big Train, as well as former viewers of the likes of Spitting Image.
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