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 Post Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2007 12:11 am 
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Hi there...so I saw Spamalot a few months ago and hadn't seen the movie in a while. One bit where a bunch of french stereotype characters (i.e. a mime, painter, guy with a beret...) emerge from the "French" castle struck me as both hilarious and familiar. i swear it was in Holy Grail!! but then i watched the movie and it's no where to be found. am i crazy?? is this in another Python sketch because i know i've seen it before...thanks...


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as far as i know it's completely unique to spamalot.


funny scene nonetheless though, definitely agree there.

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they did french types in the series a several times
... maybe you remember them from that (deja vue - ya know?)
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The French stereotypes coming out to look at the rabbit are solely in Spamalot. However many of those stereotypes have been seen in other Python sketches.

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well...there ya have it...ive gone completely insane.


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don't let it get to you.


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can i interpret "The Life of Brian" as a musical :?:


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