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Filmography by type for
Mador (Character)
from Excalibur (1981)

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Alternate Names:
Mador de la Porte / Sir Mador


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  1. Prince Valiant (1997) Played by Christian Thornley (as Sir Mador)
  2. First Knight (1995) Played by Colin McCormack (as Sir Mador)
    ... aka "True Knight" - Japan (English title)

  3. Excalibur (1981) Played by Garrett Keogh
  1. "The Legend of King Arthur"
        - Episode #1.5 (1979) TV episode, Played by Barry Halliday (as Mador de la Porte)

  2. "The Adventures of Sir Lancelot"
        - Shepherd's War (1956) TV episode, Played by Douglas Argent

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From Excalibur (1981)
Arthur: Swear faith to me, and you shall have mercy! I need battle lords such as you!
Uryenes: [scornfully] A noble knight swear faith to a squire?
Mador: NEVER... NEVER!
Arthur: You are right.
Arthur: You're right... I'm not yet a knight.
[Hands Excalibur to Uyrenes and kneels]
Arthur: You, Uryenes, will make me a knight. Then as knight to knight... I can offer you mercy.
Merlin: [Alarmed] What's this? What's this?
Mador: Keep it, Uryenes!
Uryenes: [hesitates and then touches Excalibur to Arthur's shoulder] In the name of God, St Michael and St George, I give you the right to bear arms and the power to mete justice!
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