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Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail - Slippery Ground
Go to the part where the priests are singing and smacking their heads with some type of book. When it goes to an overhead view, look closely as the right line goes around the curve. The 3rd or 4th guy in line stumbles out of the line. It's not that noticable but I caught it.
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Anonymous on 05-13-2000
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laceyd writes:
plus, if you were smacking yourself on the head with a board, you'd be stumbling around too.
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nosleep writes:
The monks are smacking themselves with a board. A straight block of wood. The stumbling probably wasn't intentional, but the monks are human and prone to mistakes... Why is this a slip-up?
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Mr. T writes:
Ya know, with monty python, there could be a million slip ups in the same scene and no one would know, there movies are so crazy. For all we know, some joke or scene that is funny in the movie that we laugh at may just be an unintentional slip up, but who ever knows with monty python.
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Beka writes:
Bet this wasn't a slip up at all, but put in to be funny...besides, can you ever really tell with these guys?
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Petekill writes:
Hey., if you were hitting yourself in the head repeatedly with a board, you might stumble a little bit too.
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jtmichaelson writes:
Just for the record...The priest stumbled accidentally on purpose. He (Eric Idle, the priest who falls out of line) did it purposely as a jest of comedy but told of tripping on a shoelace, which of course priests didn't wear in those time. THAT is the true comical magic of Monty Python.
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oXPuRPLeJeWXo writes:
You guys have to understand, only 65% of the movie was used from the script. All of the actors made up ridiculously funny stuff spontaneously most of the time. The first time the french throw stuff from the castle (like the cows and chickens, etc.) one of the nights just runs up randomly to the castle and hit it with their sword, than ran away with everyone else. Also, with the witches, whoever made up that very small rocks float in water, that was made up too. Most likely, Eric Idle was just trying to make it even funnier.
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Pie is good writes:
You can't call this a slip-up it is possible for people to trip up. Unless this is truly impossible it is not a slip-up.
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