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Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Released 1975
Distributor Cinema 5

The immortal BBC phenomenon Monty Python’s Flying Circus went memorably cinematic with their first genre spoof (following an early feature debut consisting of recycled tv sketches). Memorable moments abound, including the killer rabbit, the Knights who say Nee!, the dismemberment duel, and on and on. To many comedy buffs this is The Holy Grail.

About Adam Rifkin

Adam Rifkin is the versatile writer/director known for writing family fare like Disney’s Underdog, Dreamwork’s MousehuntSmall Soldiers and Zoom. From his darker, grittier side Rifkin wrote and directed the cult hits The Dark BackwardDetroit Rock CityNight at the Golden Eagle, The Chase and his critically acclaimed and award winning surveillance drama Look.  Most recently Rifkin wrote and directed Reality Show,  a dark satire about the world of reality television that had its world premiere on the opening night of the 2013 SXSW Film Festival. Follow Adam on Twitter Adam on Facebook