Phineas and Ferbalot set out to quest for the legendary sword, Excaliferb.


(as Robert F. Hughes)


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Phineas Flynn (voice)
Candace Flynn (voice)
Ferb Fletcher (voice) (as Thomas Sangster)
Linderella (voice)
The Evil Wizard Malifishmertz / Additional Voices (voice)
Monopunzal / Major Francis Monogram / Additional Voices (voice)
Carl the Red Headed Paladin / Carl (voice) (as Tyler Mann)
Parable the Dragonpus / Sir P (voice)
Baljeetolas of the Nerding Realm (voice)
Bobby Gaylor ...
Bulavolus the Wind-lord (voice)
Isabel the Water Sprite (voice)
Jeremiad (voice)
The Lawn Norm (voice)
The Keeper of the Bridge of Comprehension (voice)


As Major Monogram lies bedridden with a cold, Carl reads him a magical tale where Phineas and Ferbalot lead a band of adventurers to brave the raging River of Uncertainty, the Bridge of Comprehension, the Rocky Shallow River of Nevermore, the Swamp of Spit-Poor Attitudes, and finally Mt. Doof. Within its Cave of Ten Thousand Monsters stands the legendary Sword of Excaliferb, needed by these hardy heroes to defeat the Evil Wizard Malifishmertz. Written by statmanjeff

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15 January 2012 (USA)  »

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Isabela refers to the swamp as a "swampy marsh" the name of one of the producers of the show See more »


Bulavolus: Oh, no! Canned meat! Now we're in trouble.
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References Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) See more »


Questing Song
sung by Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh
composed by Keith Richard Horn, Robert Hughes (as Robert F. Hughes), Martin Olson and Dan Povenmire
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Fantastic episode
9 September 2012 | by (Peru) – See all my reviews

Very good parody/homage done by "Phineas and Ferb" to several fantasy and adventure stories, from "The Princess Bride" to "The Lord of the Rings".

Like two previous episodes "Doof Dynasty" and "Tri-Stone Area", most of the amusement delivered by this episode is seeing the usual routine from a "Phineas and Ferb" episode in a different time and context, with some unexpected surprises (Such as brief cameos from secondary characters) having the usual clever sense of humor from the overall series, resulting in something very enjoyable to watch.

This was a very entertaining episode, with many funny parts and an effective interaction between the main characters. This is probably one of my favorite chapters from the third season of "Phineas and Ferb".


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