Movie quotes

  • Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    • 00:04:43 l am, and this my trusty servant, Patsy.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:04:38 Sovereign of all England!

      • 00:04:42 Pull the other one.

      • 00:04:43 l am, and this my trusty servant, Patsy.

      • 00:04:47 We have ridden the length of the land in search of knights...

      • 00:04:50 ...who will join me in my court at Camelot. l must speak with your lord and master.

    • 00:06:01 -Please! -Am l right?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:05:53 ln order to maintain air-speed velocity...

      • 00:05:56 ...a swallow needs to beat its wings 43 times every second, right?

      • 00:06:01 -Please! -Am l right?

      • 00:06:03 -l'm not interested. -lt could be carried by an African swallow.

      • 00:06:08 Oh, yes! An African swallow, maybe. Not a European swallow. That's my point.

    • 00:09:13 -Well, l am king. -King? Very nice.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:09:07 l did say sorry about the ''old woman,'' but from behind--

      • 00:09:10 What l object to is that you treat me like an inferior.

      • 00:09:13 -Well, l am king. -King? Very nice.

      • 00:09:16 How did you get that? By exploiting the workers!

      • 00:09:19 By hanging on to outdated imperialist dogma which perpetuates...

    • 00:09:40 We all are. We're all Britons. And l am your king.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:09:35 -Whose castle is that? -King of the who?

      • 00:09:38 -The Britons. -Who are the Britons?

      • 00:09:40 We all are. We're all Britons. And l am your king.

      • 00:09:43 Didn't know we had a king. We're an autonomous collective.

      • 00:09:47 You're fooling yourself. We're living in a dictatorship.

    • 00:09:55 -That's what it's all about. lf only people-- -Please, good people. l am in haste.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:09:49 A self-perpetuating autocracy in which the working class--

      • 00:09:52 There you go. Bringing class into it again.

      • 00:09:55 -That's what it's all about. lf only people-- -Please, good people. l am in haste.

      • 00:10:00 Who lives in that castle?

      • 00:10:02 -No one lives there. -Who is your lord?

    • 00:10:28 -l am your king! -l didn't vote for you.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:10:21 -By a two-thirds majority in the case of-- -Be quiet! l order you to be quiet.

      • 00:10:26 ''Order.'' Who does he think he is?

      • 00:10:28 -l am your king! -l didn't vote for you.

      • 00:10:31 -You don't vote for kings. -How did you become king then?

      • 00:10:35 The Lady of the Lake, her arm clad in the purest shimmering samite...

    • 00:13:11 l am Arthur, King of the Britons.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:13:05 You fight with the strength of many men, Sir Knight.

      • 00:13:11 l am Arthur, King of the Britons.

      • 00:13:17 l seek the finest and bravest knights in the land to join me in Camelot.

      • 00:13:27 You have proved yourself worthy. Will you join me?

    • 00:15:21 -l am invincible! -You're a loony.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:15:15 -Right! l'll do you for that. -You'll what?

      • 00:15:18 -Come here. -What are you going to do? Bleed on me?

      • 00:15:21 -l am invincible! -You're a loony.

      • 00:15:24 The Black Knight always triumphs. Have at you!

      • 00:15:29 Come on, then.

    • 00:16:58 -l am not a witch. -But you are dressed as one.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:16:51 -How do you know she is a witch? -She looks like one.

      • 00:16:56 Bring her forward.

      • 00:16:58 -l am not a witch. -But you are dressed as one.

      • 00:17:03 -They dressed me up like this. -We didn't!

      • 00:17:06 And this isn't my nose. lt's a false one.

    • 00:20:11 -l am Arthur, King of the Britons. -My liege.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:19:58 -lt's a fair cop. -Burn her!

      • 00:20:08 Who are you, who are so wise in the ways of science?

      • 00:20:11 -l am Arthur, King of the Britons. -My liege.

      • 00:20:15 Good Sir Knight, will you come to Camelot, and join us at the Round Table?

      • 00:20:21 My liege, l would be honoured.

    • 00:33:01 -Actually, l am a knight of the Round Table. -You're a knight of the Round Table?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:32:53 Nothing. Nothing, really.

      • 00:32:56 -Just to pass through, good Sir Knight. -I'm afraid not.

      • 00:33:01 -Actually, l am a knight of the Round Table. -You're a knight of the Round Table?

      • 00:33:06 l am.

      • 00:33:07 -In that case, I have to kill you. -Shall I?

    • 00:33:06 l am.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:32:56 -Just to pass through, good Sir Knight. -I'm afraid not.

      • 00:33:01 -Actually, l am a knight of the Round Table. -You're a knight of the Round Table?

      • 00:33:06 l am.

      • 00:33:07 -In that case, I have to kill you. -Shall I?

      • 00:33:09 -I don't think so. -What do I think?

    • 00:38:13 -l am sworn to chastity! -Back to your bed!

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:38:06 -There's nothing wrong with that. -Please. We are doctors.

      • 00:38:11 Look, this cannot be.

      • 00:38:13 -l am sworn to chastity! -Back to your bed!

      • 00:38:16 Torment me no longer. l have seen the Grail.

      • 00:38:19 -There's no Grail here. -l have seen it.

    • 00:38:50 -Zoot! -l am Zoot's identical twin sister, Dingo.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:38:23 -l have seen-- -Hello.

      • 00:38:30 Hello.

      • 00:38:50 -Zoot! -l am Zoot's identical twin sister, Dingo.

      • 00:38:55 -Where are you going? -l seek the Grail.

      • 00:38:57 l have seen it here in this castle!

    • 00:39:43 -l am enjoying this scene. -Get on with it!

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:39:38 -Get on with it. -Yes. Get on with it!

      • 00:39:40 Get on with it!

      • 00:39:43 -l am enjoying this scene. -Get on with it!

      • 00:39:51 Wicked, wicked Zoot!

      • 00:39:55 She must pay the penalty.

    • 00:50:35 ''l am in the tall tower of Swamp Castle.''

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:50:30 ''...who wishes me to marry against my will.

      • 00:50:32 ''Please, please come and rescue me.

      • 00:50:35 ''l am in the tall tower of Swamp Castle.''

      • 00:50:39 At last! A call! A cry of distress!

      • 00:50:42 This could be the sign that leads us to the Holy Grail!

    • 00:54:55 -ls it? -l am ready!

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:54:49 l'm a knight of King Arthur, sir.

      • 00:54:51 Very nice castle, Camelot. Very good pig country.

      • 00:54:55 -ls it? -l am ready!

      • 00:54:58 -Would you like to come have a drink? -That's awfully nice of you.

      • 00:55:01 -l am ready! -l mean, to be so understanding.

    • 00:55:01 -l am ready! -l mean, to be so understanding.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:54:55 -ls it? -l am ready!

      • 00:54:58 -Would you like to come have a drink? -That's awfully nice of you.

      • 00:55:01 -l am ready! -l mean, to be so understanding.

      • 00:55:05 You see, when l'm in this idiom, l sometimes get a bit carried away.

      • 00:55:15 Now, this is the main hall. We'll have all this knocked through--

    • 00:59:30 Shrubberies are my trade. l am a shrubber.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:59:26 ...at this period in history.

      • 00:59:28 -Did you say ''shrubberies''? -Yes.

      • 00:59:30 Shrubberies are my trade. l am a shrubber.

      • 00:59:33 My name is Roger the Shrubber. l arrange, design, and sell shrubberies.

      • 00:59:39 -Ni! -No!

    • 01:03:46 -...without flint or tinder? -l am an enchanter.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:03:07 ...forward!

      • 01:03:44 What manner of man are you, that can summon up fire...

      • 01:03:46 -...without flint or tinder? -l am an enchanter.

      • 01:03:54 -By what name are you known? -There are some who call me...

      • 01:03:59 -...Tim. -Greetings, Tim the enchanter!

« 1 2 »