What movie is the following dialogue from?
Book of Armaments chapter 2 versus 9 – 21
And St. Antioch raised the hand grenade up on high saying, “Oh Lord. Bless this, thy hand grenade that with it thou mayest blow thy enemy to tiny bits in thy mercy. And the Lord did grin and the people did feast on the lambs and sloths and carp and anchovies and orangutans and breakfast cereal and fruit baskets and…
And the Lord spake saying, first shalt thou take out the holy pin and then shalt thou count to three – no more no less. Three shall be the number thou shall count and the number of the counting shall be three. Four shall thou not count, neither count thou two excepting that thou then proceed to three. Five is right out. Once the number three, being the third number, be reached, then lobbest thou the holy hand grenade of Antioch towards they foe, who being not in my sight, shall snuffit.
Hahahahaha. I have no idea what the movie is. Funny though!
It’s Monty Python, but I’m not sure which one…The Holy Grail, maybe?off to google…
yay. I was right! :Dhttp://www.mwscomp.com/movies/grail/grail-21.htm
The Holy Grail. Easy-peasy. 🙂
Yeah. It was easy-peasy. Shauna!! Get thee to a video store and rent the movie. So many great lines from the flick.
Frickin A right Holy Grail! Gawd, I love that movie! There is a new cinema nearby that plays oldies every Monday evening. A couple weeks ago it was this exact movie! Unfortunately I had to miss it, but a couple kids from work went. We had a quote fest over lunch!For some reason I find myself using this one a lot:”it’s just a model”Who can tell me what scene THAT one’s from?
:five is right out:LMAO!
Is that the same Monty Python where the one guy is getting all his arms and legs cut off and he keeps saying, “It’s just a flesh wound.”??
Personally, I love the clip-clop sound fx best. 🙂 And the bit about the rabbit having big teef.
Yes Shauna, that’s the one. Or these other classic lines:Go away or I shall taunt you a second time.I fart in your general directionNee!!Bring out your dead!I’m not dead yet!And one I use with the preschool kids nearly every morning on the playground:Run away! Run away!
My favorite line is:How do you know he’s the king?Because he’s not covered in sh**!Hysterical!
Did my reunion references inspire this? As a class that was our favorite movie! We even taunted another team and got in trouble for it. I now have a Collector’s Edition of the DVD. Bring out your dead!You can call me…Tim.