A member of the English upper class dies, leaving his estate and his business to an American, whom he thinks is his son who was lost as a baby and then found again. An Englishman who thinks he is an Indian comes to believe that he is actually the heir. He comes to hate the American who is his boss, his friend, and the man who has stolen the woman after whom he lusts.
Mark Logan <email@example.com>
A wickedly funny comedy of royal proportions.
Did You Know?
During the Hindu dream sequence, one can see the appliance that holds/guides the arrow in Henry Bullock's ear. (Also, the arrow has no arrowhead on it as it "enters" the ear.) See more
[after the moose-head falls down from the wall over Henry Martin
Get me out of this moose!
and *introducing* John Cleese See more
Referenced in What the Pythons Did Next...
THE WEDDING BLUES
Composed by Pete Martin
Performed by Pete Martin's Jazz Kings See more