14th century castle, used for many scenes in Monty Python and the Holy Grail:
-At the start of the film, King Arthur (Graham Chapman) and Patsy (Terry Gilliam) approach the east wall of Doune Castle and argue with soldiers of the garrison.
-The song and dance routine "Knights of the Round Table" at "Camelot" was filmed in the Great Hall.
-The servery and kitchen appear as "Castle Anthrax", where Sir Galahad the Chaste (Michael Palin) is chased by seductive girls.
-The wedding disrupted by Sir Lancelot (John Cleese) was filmed in the courtyard and Great Hall.
-The Trojan Rabbit scene was filmed in the entryway and into the courtyard.
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