Arthur (1966– )
"Arthur! And the Square Knights of the Round Table" (original title)

TV Series  -   -  Animation | Short | Comedy
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The first Australian animation series to be successfully syndicated and sold overseas. See more »

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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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An absolute riot of an animated series
22 June 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I was very fond of Arthur and the Square Knights of the Roundtable in childhood. For a while though with school, music commitments and broadening my movie-watching horizons Arthur and the Square Knights of the Roundtable was a childhood favourite that I forgot about. Until recently recalling childhood favourites and also having a friend who remembered the series fondly too and whose memories were admittedly stronger than mine. Re-visiting, I loved Arthur and the Square Knights of the Roundtable as much as I did as a kid. The character designs are a little rushed through and sketchy, however the colours and backgrounds are detailed and fluid, the colours are vibrant also and care did go into it. The music is brilliant, the theme song is a classic and the rest of the music is really catchy and never annoying, actually if there was anything that I did remember very vividly it was the theme song. As a kid, I did find the series very funny and lots of fun to watch, but from an older perspective not only was it still that but I was surprised and impressed by how surreal and ahead of its time it was(for the 60s), in a time now where the humour, gags and dialogue is distasteful or too safe that was a really nice and welcome approach. The stories are never dull, often breakneck in pace even, and always engrossing. For a history lesson, look elsewhere but for sheer entertainment value- which was what Arthur and the Square Knights of the Roundtable was always meant to be more like- you have a real winner here. The characters are wonderfully wacky, with deliciously offbeat villains, and the voice acting is done with great enthusiasm and verve, it was clear that the voice actors knew what the series was meant to do and they went for it bearing it in mind. Overall, an absolute riot, if you can find it it is well worth tracking down. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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