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Arthur! And the Square Knights of the Round Table (original title)


Credited cast:
 Arthur / ... (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lola Brooks ...
 Guinevere / ... (voice)
 Various (voice)
Kevin Golsby ...
 Various (voice)
Matthew O'Sullivan ...
 Various (voice)


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Release Date:

1982 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Arthur  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The comic reference to Arthur as 'Queen of...' then corrected to 'King of Camelot' in the final part of the opening theme song is a rather silly, camped up 'Benny Hill' type joke, which would have been seen as daring and funny at the time. See more »


Black Knight: It's me! It's me! Despicable me! There's no other villain it could possibly be! I'm low and misbegotten.
Morgana la Fey: You're absolutely rotten.
Black Knight: Medieval evil.
Morgana la Fey: You think just like a weevil.
Black Knight: Medieval evil meeee!
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11 November 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have fond memories of 'Arthur And His Square Knights Of The Round Table' as I used to watch it as a pre school kid back in the late '60s. The Lancelot character always stuck in my mind because of his whistling 'ess' sounds. When recalling children's Television programmes down the pub I found that no-one remembered it but me and I only later discovered that it was only seen in the UK on certain regional commercial channels and having lived at the bottom of a hill, I was one of the few locals in our area to receive this alternative signal. About a year ago I was browsing in a second hand VHS store and found a compilation of 6 episodes, 'There's An Elephant At The Drawbridge', 'A Nice Knight For A Wedding', 'Paris Picnic', 'Octopus', 'Would You Believe A Beanstalk' and 'Which Wizard Versus Which Witch'. This was available on 'The Family Hit! Collection' produced by Castle Communications PLC. The quality is excellent as is the sound. Hope this is of use! Les.


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