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which version of the Holy Grail do you like more?
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which version do you like more, version, one, or two of te Holy Grail?
i personlly, like the first, which is the one most commonly seen.
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What are you talking about?
It has been slightly re-edited for the 20th anniversary, I believe, but as far as I know there wasn't a lot of difference. What is version 2?

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i think she's talking about the two different script versions you can find. the second one (or is it the first?) has additional material that didn't make it into the film, such as the King Brian the Wild sequence.

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I would like to quote a scene from the HG scriptbook that I thought would have been very good. When the boat appears to take Arthur to the castle on the island of Aargh:

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BOATKEEPER (he is the same as the BRIDGEKEEPER): "He who would cross the sea of fate / Must answer me / These questions twenty-eight."

Arthur and Bedevere exchange glances, then pick him up and throw him in the water.

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5piny n0rman wrote:
I would like to quote a scene from the HG scriptbook that I thought would have been very good. When the boat appears to take Arthur to the castle on the island of Aargh:

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BOATKEEPER (he is the same as the BRIDGEKEEPER): "He who would cross the sea of fate / Must answer me / These questions twenty-eight."

Arthur and Bedevere exchange glances, then pick him up and throw him in the water.


ROTFL :lol:

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The King Brian the Wild sketch was included in the computer game. They must have missed the opportunity to include it on the DVD release.

I wonder if it would be difficult to extract it from the game.

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i'd say so, unless you're experienced in that sort of thing.

then again, if it's a separate file somewhere, it wouldn't be that hard. you'd just have to find it.


but, it could be in a format that only works with the game.

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It wasn't that easy. Somehow it would have to be recorded while playing...

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