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Topic - Tom Weisselberg
A producer of the film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" is suing the British comedy troupe over royalties from the hit stage musical "Spamalot."
It's no joking matter.
Mr. Weisselberg said Mr. Forstater, who was declared bankrupt earlier this year, had been forced to go to court because of his "difficult financial circumstances."
Weisselberg said Forstater, who declared bankruptcy earlier this year, had been forced to go to court because of his "difficult financial circumstances."