Life of Brian - Bigus Dickus

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Τζένη Χιονίδη : "He has a wife, you know" oh fuck "She's called...Incontinentia" phew, that wasn't so bad "...Incontinentia Buttox" BUHAHAHA

alucard1931 : I wonder if Bigus Dickus' sister was named Longinus.

Aragorn Stellar : "Your father was a Woman?" I completely missed that part until now.

Incontinetia Buttocks : Never gets old, Bigus Dickus 😂

Scorponox93 : These guys were told they wouldn't get paid if they laughed during this scene

76 juno : Arguably the funniest scene in movie history. It is too ridiculous for words. Pure genius.

Pardeep Parmar : 107 people found this wisible

dchuhay : He wanks as high as any in Wome!

Matt Beesing : I love how the guard closes his eyes because he knows what the emperor is about to do. Steeling himself in the hopes he wont utterly lose whats left of his shit. It did no good.

Salamihawk : Tears rolling down my cheeks. Fuck me this scene is funny

imortel : wait till biggus dickus hears of this !

Khazar01 : Fun Fact: When Michael Palin, as Pontius Pilate, was daring his guards to laugh about Biggus Dickus' name, he really was daring them. The people playing the soldiers were told not to laugh during the scene but were not told what Palin would be doing or saying.

Slyness69 : This scene has me laughing so much there's not just tears but snot all over the place :D

Rasputin : I don't know how they missed out this dialogue from Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ". I watched that movie all the way through and never laughed once.

TheHasanMurat : Incontinentia Buttocks

K W : 9gagers here?

kirikakirikakirika : What's the wife's name? Incontinentia buttox?

Woozler554 : The very first time I saw this, I laughed so hard, I could barely breath. Michael Palin is absolutely MERCILESS.

Daft Love : I love the fact that those guards were extras that were told "if you laugh you won't get paid". They had no idea he was going to say that.

Nicholas Saldana : I have a friend in Seattle called hugh mungous

Mr.Money : Hugh Dickus

stpaulimdog : I'll have him fighting wabbid wild animals within a week!

Catarina Prata : cant think of a movie scene funnier than this one

Feare909 : My name is Biggus, and I found this offensive.

Joey Lock : "The little rascal has spiwit." -"Has what, sir?" "Spiwit!" -"Yes, he did, sir." "No, no, spirit. Bravado, a touch of derring-do." -"Erm, About 11, sir"

John Bong Joey : Ni!

Andrew Sykes : Bigus Dickus is as cool as Hugh Mungus!

DCdabest : The guard at 3:05 You champion. The strain on your face is hilariously painful haha

Massive Sigh : You can see at about 3:19 Palin trying not to lose it himself.

Noah whitehouse : R.I.P Noah Whitehouse. 1999-2016. cause of death: laughing too hard.

Commander Shepard : That falling spear at 4:05 is a nice touch.

Isaac Kim : Stwike him Centuwion. Vewy wuffley. That's what she said.

Jack Russell : "He has a wife you know" oh shit....walp-

Hannah Monteiro : Pilate's facial expression helps sell the scene. You can tell he's thoroughly enjoying himself.

Rasputin : During the 1980s and 1990s there was a British MP called Virginia Bottomley. Remember her? Then there's the current Labour MP, Ed Balls.

Scott O'Drowsky : "Stwike him Centuwion, vewy woughly!" *SMACK* "AAH!"

Jack Wright : I bet those guards were on the floor gasping for breath after the cameras stopped.

MurasakiTsukimaru : Fun fact, the guards were all warned by the director they'd be fired if they laughed. Makes it even better really

Alex Roberts : ladies and gentlemen they were playing the "try not to laugh challenge" way before it was cool.

GG : Ah yes, the long-honored ancestry of Hugh Mungus.

Will Neill : The fact that the actors playing Centurions in this scene were told their families would be killed and they'd be routinely tortured if they laughed just makes this scene all the more perfect.

YellowOnline : This story that the laughing of the guards would be unplanned: that's a false story replicated on the internet for 15 years. It says literally [chuckling] in the script. The Pythons had financing issues (until George Harrisson saved them) and wouldn't have taken the risk of having to reshoot in case the guards wouldn't laugh when it is necessary for the scene. I think most people just like to imagine a lot of humour is improvized. It's not - making people laugh is hard work.

pseudojoo : "Blow your noses and seize him!!" Classic

Ζήτω η Ελλάδα! : The whole thing is a satirical take on classroom behaviour where the pupils are biting their lips, tongues etc. and thing awful, gruesome thoughts in an effort to not laugh. The contagious effect is also there. Similar to the Latin  teacher/ Roman centurion  also... "How many Romans?"  I attended a Grammar school in the late sixties and that scenario is most recognisable.

Hex Entertainment : I thought the wife's name would be Insertus Dickus.

logos2600 : What is nortius maximus supposed to mean?

Cross Dement : 3:39 , the way the soldier closes his eyes, he knows it's coming...

GLEN BANKS : Saw this when it first played in the theater. "He has a wife you know...". I totally lost it after that one. Had to go back the next day to see the 15 minutes or so that I'd missed. Got my free coconut to boot.

Justin Sias : Wait til Biggus Dickus hears of this!

John III Sobieski : I wank as high as any in wome.