Uncle Monty may refer to:
- Montgomery Montgomery, better known as Uncle Monty in A Series of Unfortunate Events
- Montague H. Withnail, Uncle Monty in the 1987 film Withnail and I
- Myint Thein, known as Uncle Monty, a Burmese activist
... Uncle Monty warns the Baudelaire children never to allow the snake near a typewriter ... Montgomery, the herpetologist (a person who studies reptiles), may be a reference to Monty Python's Flying Circus ... planning how to prove that Stephano murdered Uncle Monty, Sunny is asked to watch the door and bite anyone that tries to enter the Reptile Room ...
... Montgomery (called "Uncle Monty") could acquire new specimens for his reptile collection ... Aside from acting as Uncle Monty's top assistant, Dr ... Soon before the Baudelaires’ arrival at Uncle Monty's residence, Count Olaf abducted Dr ...
... Poe sends the Baudelaires to live with their uncle, Dr ... The Baudelaires live happily with Uncle Monty, who plans a trip with them to Peru, and they spend their time preparing for the journey in Montgomery's Reptile Room ... Uncle Monty also tells them that he has recently discovered a new snake and called it the Incredibly Deadly Viper and intends to present the snake to the scientific community ...
... In The Reptile Room, Uncle Monty took Violet Baudelaire, Klaus Baudelaire, and Sunny Baudelaire to see the film Zombies in the Snow ... Reptile Room, the same book as mentioned as above, Uncle Monty's death could be attributed to the fact that he never learned Sebald code, as Lemony Snicket claims ... warned him that his new assistant was a traitor, but it is suggested that Uncle Monty did not understand the code ...
... as well (except Chrissie, since she's hiding in the weeds), and calls for Uncle Monty to tow the wreckage ... Bailey almost escapes, taking Monty's truck and driving down the road, but Leatherface hooks her in the chest with a meat hook and drags her from the truck and back into the house ... the house to search for Alex, and Holden ends up shooting Uncle Monty in one of his kneecaps, before taking Hoyt hostage ...
Famous quotes containing the words monty and/or uncle:
“Im a lumberjack
And Im OK,
I sleep all night
And I work all day.”
—Monty Pythons Flying Circus. broadcast Dec. 1969. Monty Pythons Flying Circus (TV series)
“Grace me no grace, nor uncle me no uncle;
I am no traitors uncle, and that word grace
In an ungracious mouth is but profane.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)