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'''Snavely''' (sometimes referred to as ''Chateau Snavely'') was a pilot episode for a US version of ''Fawlty Towers''. It aired 24 June 1978 and did not spawn a series. Harvey Korman, supporting roles in many of Mel Brooks' movies, played the title role.  
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'''"Snavely"''' (sometimes referred to as ''Chateau Snavely'') was a pilot episode for a US version of ''Fawlty Towers''. It aired on June 24th, 1978 and did not spawn a series. Harvey Korman, supporting roles in many of Mel Brooks' movies, played the title role.  
The pilot included ideas from ''Fawlty Towers'' episodes ''The hotel inspectors'' and ''The Germans''.  
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The pilot included ideas from ''Fawlty Towers'' episodes ''The Hotel Inspectors'' and ''The Germans''.  
No footage is known to be included in any looks at Fawlty Towers - as opposed to a full, unaired German remake ''[[Hotel_Zum_letzten_Kliff|Hotel Zum letzten Kliff]]'' - but the script resides in the library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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No footage is known to be included in any looks at ''Fawlty Towers'' (as opposed to a full, unaired German remake ''[[Hotel_Zum_letzten_Kliff|Hotel Zum letzten Kliff]]'') but the script resides in the library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.<ref>[https://vufind.carli.illinois.edu/vf-uiu/Record/uiu_6068073/Description Script for "Snavely Pilot Script" at the library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.] Retrieved 22 May '18</ref>
  
==Resources==
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The full pilot was uploaded to YouTube in February 2020 by the channel "The Monty Python Museum".
*[https://vufind.carli.illinois.edu/vf-uiu/Record/uiu_6068073/Description Script for "Snavely. Pilot script" at the library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.]
 
  
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Latest revision as of 01:59, 6 October 2020

Snavely.png

Title card.

Status: Found

Date found: 18 Feb 2020

Found by: The Monty Python Museum

"Snavely" (sometimes referred to as Chateau Snavely) was a pilot episode for a US version of Fawlty Towers. It aired on June 24th, 1978 and did not spawn a series. Harvey Korman, supporting roles in many of Mel Brooks' movies, played the title role. The pilot included ideas from Fawlty Towers episodes The Hotel Inspectors and The Germans. No footage is known to be included in any looks at Fawlty Towers (as opposed to a full, unaired German remake Hotel Zum letzten Kliff) but the script resides in the library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.[1]

The full pilot was uploaded to YouTube in February 2020 by the channel "The Monty Python Museum".

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The full pilot.

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