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Linguistic difference and cinematic medievalism
Carol O’Sullivan

the way in which expressions and exchanges from the film have been widely quoted within fan communities and beyond. 36 At their most successful, the subtitles appear to recuperate underlying meanings, perhaps most explicitly in the well-known scene at Castle Arrrghhh in which John Cleese, in the role of a member of the castle’s French garrison, flings insults at Arthur and his knights

in Medieval film