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In Mercia? Or the House Martin or the Plover may seek warmer climes in winter. Yet these are not strangers to our land. They could be carried. A swallow carrying a coconut? What knight lives in that castle over there? We are all Britons. And I am your king. I thought we were an autonomous collective.
While the group's first film, And Now for Something Completely Different , was a compilation of sketches from the first two television series, Holy Grail is a new story that parodies the legend of King Arthur 's quest for the Holy Grail. Thirty years later, Idle used the film as the basis for the musical Spamalot. In the UK, readers of Total Film magazine in ranked it the fifth-greatest comedy film of all time;  a similar poll of Channel 4 viewers in placed it sixth. Along the way, Arthur debates whether swallows could carry coconuts, recounts receiving Excalibur from the Lady of the Lake , defeats the Black Knight and observes an impromptu witch trial. Arthur leads the knights to Camelot , but, after a musical number, changes his mind, deeming it "a silly place". As they turn away, God appears and orders Arthur to find the Holy Grail.
He was a witty, mustached French soldier who taunted and insulted King Arthur and his knights two times when they met, along with his fellow soldiers, as they hated Englishman. First, when Arthur and his knights were at the beginning of their quest for the Holy Grail , they stopped at the castle controlled by the Frenchmen. The French taunter and his fellow soldiers looked out of their castle, seeing Arthur and his knights. Arthur told the French taunter that if his lord would give them a place to sleep for night, he could join them in their quest. However, seeing that the knights are English, the Frenchman said that his lord already had a holy grail, so he will not go searching for one, and that they are French, not English, and declared Arthur a silly king. The knights then built a trojan rabbit which the Frenchmen pulled into their castle, but the trick turned out bad when the knights forgot to hide inside the rabbit before leaving it in front of the castle, and the rabbit was thrown out of the castle at them. Later, Arthur and his last remaining knight, Sir Bedevere reached the castle of Aaaa, where the grail was hidden, but there it turned out that it was controlled by the same Frenchmen. Arthur, excited about the grail, shouted that they must enter the castle but the French taunter again insulted them and he and his fellow soldiers threw excrement at them. Arthur and Bedevere were forced to retreat again, as the taunter and the soldiers shouted taunts at them. Arthur and Bedevere returned to the castle with a huge army, but were stopped by modern-day police, who arrested them for the murder of a famous historian.