Some potentially controversial news about a scene cut from Monty Python' "Life Of Brian":

A new DVD edition of the film includes the deleted "Otto" scene, which features a radical, first-century Jewish revolutionary who has the same dreams as the young Adolf Hitler. Otto sports a toothbrush moustache, and, in case we still haven't got the message, his disciples all wear a symbol that combines the Star of David with a swastika. These are "Nazi Jews"...

"I think what it addressed is extremely relevant today," [Terry Jones] says, "with what's going on in Israel. Eric [Idle, who wrote the scene] put his finger on something; it was quite prophetic."

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