The Day When Chivalry Officially Came to an End in 1363 AD: A Short Comedy Film

When did chivalry come to an end? Some would say it's a matter of historical debate. But not for Jake Mahaffy. His short, funny film lets you see the embarrassing circumstances under which chivalry died, somewhere in a marsh in 1363. Enjoy.

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