PG | | Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
King Arthur and his knights embark on a low-budget search for the Grail, encountering many, very silly obstacles.
Graham Chapman's alcoholism (which he tried to suppress with Antabuse) caused problems during filming, and not just through his repeatedly forgetting his lines. The first day of shooting required Chapman to cross the Bridge of Death. When working on Monty Python's Flying Circus (1969), Chapman had... ...
After Sir Lancelot's wedding-crashing, the bride is first seen with no blood on her face. Then a close-up shows her with bright red blood coming from her mouth and running onto her chin. In the next shot, the blood is gone again.
All the credits are at the beginning. There are no credits at the end. The screen goes black after the movie ends with the depiction of the end of the physical film reel.
English, French, Latin
$45,487 (USA) (15 June 2001)
$1,229,197 (USA) (25 May 2012)
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