Approved | | Comedy, Musical
"Miles Gloriosus," literally translated, is the Latin term for "glorious soldier." But it is also Latin slang for "blowhard" and "braggart."
This I swear by the great Necrophytes, god of pimps, panderers and go-betweens.
Lycus: A new god, but a very hard worker.
When Pseudolus water skis during the final chase, we can tell its a thinner stunt double because his clothes (which fit Zero Mostel so well), are loose. He has too much hair, as well.
The closing credits are a sequence of animated Roman frescoes. At the end of the credits, all the frescoes appear together as a gallery with the words "THE END" as a centerpiece.
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