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Dedicating an entire section of this article to pointing out the historical inaccuracies of a film which makes no claim to being historically accurate -- a film which is far better known by those who have seen it for its bold use of intentional inaccuracies and use of anachronism as a parody of the historical docudrama style -- seems more than a little silly. I'm not sure what kind of dolt would use this film as a historical reference and would thereby benefit from reading this section to set the record straight. With luck, I will never run into anyone who found this section useful for clarifying the "history" they mis-learned in this film. Nusumareta (talk) 04:55, 21 March 2010 (UTC)