Monty Python and the Holy Grail in LEGO is a 2001 comedy parody brickfilm by Tony Mines and Tim Drage of Spite Your Face Productions. It is a recreation of the Camelot scene from the 1975 film of the same name. It was the first of a number of brickfilms produced by Spite Your Face for The LEGO Group.
King Arthur and his knights have arrived outside Camelot. Inside Camelot, the Knights of the Round Table sing and dance about what they do in Camelot, including the copious amounts of ham, jam and spam eaten. Knights dance on a table and kick over plates and servers. In the dungeon, a skeleton claps along. Knights tap dance on top of a table, and another knight plays percussion on the helmets of other knights. Another person smacks a dead parrot on a table. A knight complains about frequently pushing a pram.
Back outside Camelot, King Arthur and his knights decide to not go to Camelot on account of its silliness.
Release information Edit
Monty Python and the Holy Grail in LEGO was commissioned by Monty Python producer John Goldstone and was made for and is available on the Monty Python and the Holy Grail DVD. It was also available to view on the LEGO Studios website from August 2001.