Monty Python’s Life of Brian
Scene 27: Pilate Gives the Crowd One More Chance
PILATE: All wight. I will give you one more chance. This time, I want to hear no ‘Weuben’s, no ‘Weginald’s, no ‘Wudolph the Wed-nosed Weindeer’s,…
BIGGUS: No ‘Thpenther Trathy’th!
PILATE: …or we shall welease no one!
JUDITH: Release Brian!
BOB: Oh, yeah. That’s a good one.
BOB: Welease Bwian!
CROWD: Welease Bwian! Welease Bwian! [laughing]
PILATE: Vewy well. That’s it.
CENTURION: Sir, we, uh– we have got a ‘Brian’, sir.
CENTURION: Well, you just sent him for crucifixion, sir.
PILATE: Uh. Ah, wait! Wait! We do have a ‘Bwian’! Well, go and wepwieve him, stwaight away.
CENTURION: Yes, sir. Yes, sir.
PILATE: Vewy well! I shall… welease… Bwian!