It’s might be in the chalice from the palace or possibly in the vessel with the pestle. On the other hand, it might be in the flagon with the dragon. One of them has the brew that is true, but if you drink the wrong one? You’ve consumed the pellet with the poison. And your goose is, so to speak, cooked.
The movie is old. It was funny when I was a kid, but I actually think it’s funnier now.
The Court Jester, 1955: Directed by Melvin Frank & Norman Panama. With Danny Kaye, Glynis Johns, Basil Rathbone, Angela Lansbury.
It contains some of the wittiest movie dialog ever. We own a copy of it and when we need cheering up — which these day is pretty often — we watch it. If that doesn’t do it, it’s time for a bit of Mel Brooks and maybe Best In Show which is a great funny movie for dog lovers.
I defy you to memorize the words of that short segment and keep them in order. I’ve been trying to remember them in order for decades. I always lose track after the first few lines. Maybe you’ll have better luck, but I doubt it!