The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
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Baron Munchausen: Your reality, sir, is lies and balderdash and I'm delighted to say that I have no grasp of it whatsoever.

King of the Moon: I think, therefore you is.

King of the Moon: I'm sorry. You must refer to me by my complete title: King of Everything. Rei di Tutto. But you may call me Ray.

Baron Munchausen: Everyone who had a talent for it lived happily ever after.

Baron Munchausen: Berthold, come on.
Berthold: Let go of me.
Baron Munchausen: You're coming with us.
Berthold: No chance.
Baron Munchausen: Why not?
Berthold: I can't remember.
Baron Munchausen: You're not frightened, are you?
Berthold: That's it.

Baron Munchausen: Gentlemen! Don't you think it would be a good idea to silence those enemy cannons?
Gunner: No, sir.
Baron Munchausen: No?
Gunner: It's Wednesday.

Horatio Jackson: He won't get far on hot air and fantasy.

Opening Captions: Late 18th Century. The Age of Reason. Wednesday.

Sultan: Have you any famous last words?
Baron Munchausen: Not yet.
Sultan: "Not yet"? Is that famous?

Sultan: What about the virgins?
Horatio Jackson: Please, forget the virgins. We're out of virgins.

Baron Munchausen: You do believe me, don't you?
Sally: I'm doing my best.

Berthold: Is there a doctor in the fish?

King of the Moon: No, let me go! I've got tides to regulate! Comets to direct! I don't have time for flatulence and orgasms.

Visible crew/equipment: In the scene after the storm, the ship moves in the sand. Look at its front and you'll be able to see a wire that moves the ship. It's very visible.

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Trivia: This film was actually the third installment in director Terry Gilliam's "Trilogy of Imagination," all dealing with fantasy escapism at different ages in life. The first film of the trilogy was 1981's "Time Bandits," a surreal fantasy seen through the eyes of a child; the second film was 1985's "Brazil," another surreal fantasy seen through the eyes of a middle-aged man; 1988's "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen" was yet another surreal fantasy seen through the eyes of an elderly gentleman.

Charles Austin Miller
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