It's come. The anniversary of Monty Python And The Holy Grail.
"Go and tell your Master, that we have been charged by God with a sacred quest!"
That's right. The farce which parodies the tale of King Arthur is reportedly returning to theaters for it's 40th anniversary.
"Help! Help! I'm being repressed!"
Park Circus, a British film distributor will be releasing the film in Britain (where it seems the audience will be encouraged to sing along), and Rainbow Releasing will take the movie to the states. We're allowed to sing along too right?
The Python stars, Graham Chapman, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam, John Cleese, and Michael Palin brought the comedy to life under the direction of Gilliam and Jones and debuted in 1975.
It became a hit in America.
Does anyone else quote the Black Knight and the knights who say "Ni"! Yup. That word which seems to be so difficult for our heroes to endure when cried out in chorus!
If only I had the memory to recall everything the French say during their run in at the tower. But I'm not one of those clever people who can jump into a natural comedian's quoting spree of other...comedies.
Despite having no studio support, the film brought in $5 million in the box office.
So! Are you ready for this? Time to leave your dungeon theatre and take it to the big screen. Sing, dance, and celebrate!
This is popping up everywhere. So is it real? Yes! At least...I hope so.
But be ready.
That rabbit still gives me nightmares...