The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain
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Reginald Anson: Pleasant enough sort of place, isn't it?
George Garrad: I suppose so, considering it's Wales.

Rev. Robert Jones: My text for today comes from Psalm 99, Verse 9: Exalt the Lord our God, and worship at his... holy... hill.

Johnny Shellshocked: In France, we dug trenches ten miles long. We took earth from here and made hills there. We moved entire fields. You wouldn't believe what we did. It's possible. It's just hard work.

Rev. Robert Jones: Have you no shame?
Morgan the Goat: No... I can't think where I've left it.

George Garrad: Can't be too careful in foreign climes.
Reginald Anson: It's only Wales.
George Garrad: It's still foreign.

Continuity mistake: In the scene in the church at the end of the movie, Morgan comes in and sits beside the headmaster, but when the congregation leaves there is a woman sitting beside him.

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Trivia: When Thomas Two-Stroke is inspecting the car, he surreptitiously breaks something, then claims he has found the problem and shows them the offending piece of the engine. When the two Englishmen ask what it is, he replies that he doesn't know what it is in English, but gives them the supposed name in Welsh. Translated literally, it means "what's it called" - basically, a thingamijig.

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