A plaque has been unveiled honouring Graham Chapman, one of the stars of Monty Python's Flying Circus.
Members of the famed Flying Circus got together to honour one of their number, Graham Chapman.
A plaque dedicated to him was unveiled at his favourite local pub in Highgate.
Chapman, who died in 1989 was one of the founders of Monty Python.
But as Liz Wickham now reports his reputation was sealed by the title role in the film The Life of Brian.
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