PG | | Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
A young peasant, with no interest in adventure or fortune, is mistaken as the kingdom's only hope when a horrible monster threatens the countryside.
The fight between the Jabberwock and the Black Knight was choreographed differently than what is shown in the film. When Peter Salmon slipped and fell, Terry Gilliam decided it looked so natural that he edited the fight sequence to include the fall.
King Bruno the Questionable:
Guards... kill that man...
The princess has modern tan lines in her nude scene.
"All characters portrayed in this film are entirely fictitious and bare no resemblance to anyone living or dead, except for one."
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