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Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail - Moving Letter
In the scene when Sir Lancelot rescues Herbert from the swamp castle, Herbert says "You got my message", but Herbert still has the message which he picks up from the table.
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J.P. on 03-30-2001
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Comments:
Sylvalin writes:
I had always assumed that Herbert was in the process of making several letters/messages, and that he had picked up his latest copy. It seems absurd for him to have sent just one zinging off in the off-chance that someone would stumble across it.
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J.P. writes:
Fair-enough. I hadn't thought of that.
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Yavanna writes:
It is a second copy. If you look carefully, you'll notice he has the quill in hand too.
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Dr.Fish writes:
I think that it is the second copy too. I saw this when i first saw the movie.
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