Monty Python & The Holy Grail (Special Edition) Easter Egg - Crazy Subtitles

While playing the Movie, cycle through the subtitle options with your dvd remote. You will find the normal subtitles, but after them comes Olde English subtitles, and then Olde English subtitles that are extremely weird and random. while they almost don't apply to the movie, they still follow its basic plotline. If you watch it all the way through, you will find repeating themes.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 06-01-2004
Reviewed By: MrHappyHamster
Special Requirements: Special Edition DVE
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stacie_yates writes:
If you're referring to the "Subtitles for people who don't like the film", it's not really an Easter Egg. They're referred to on the box/sleeve, and they're available straight from the menu, not hidden. The subtitles are actually taken from one of Shakespeare's plays, and were deliberately chosen to have some relation to what's going on onscreen.
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It's from Henry IV actually.
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Liederhoseni writes:
Just a quick clarification: Shakespeare is not "olde English." Olde English comes from the period of Beowulf (9th or 10th century), Middle English is Chaucer (late 14th), whereas Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Malory, all the way up to today are firmly in the realm of Modern English.
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Yavanna writes:
stacie's right. You can find it on the box, in the Subtitles menu, and - yes - by cycling with your Subtitle key.
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