PG-13 | | Comedy, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
A knight and his valet are plagued by a witch, and to repair the damage, they make use of the services of a wizard. However, something goes wrong and they are transported from the twelfth ... See full summary »
Jean Reno and Christian Clavier dubbed themselves for the French version.
But Hunter doesn't have a sister.
Count Thibault: Excuse me, I will kill him for you.
When Julia is at the castle, she is first wearing black boots, then white sandals.
There are several differences between the UK cinema cut and the French DVD cut of the film. First of all, there is an additional 2 minute scene at the start of the French cut, where Julia donates part of the castle to the museum. Then, the first few scenes of the UK are seen, but in a different order. Additional short sequences are also included, but the next big change is the ending. The four final sequences are now seen in 6 sections, in the order of Jean Reno's character returning to the palace, Hunter being sent back in time, Andre and Angelique driving to Las Vegas (slightly shortened), Julia at the castle (which is slightly extended), Thibault giving Roseline the hair clip from Julia, and then, as the credits start to roll, we see Hunter in the middle ages, and suddenly, we are on the film set, with a VERY unhappy actor. As the credits continue, we see various clips from the film, and right at the end, an outtake. None of these end credits appear in the UK.
$2,272,489 (USA) (8 April 2001)
$4,777,007 (USA) (13 May 2001)
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