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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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The first Australian animation series to be successfully syndicated and sold overseas. 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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i loved this cartoon!!!
11 May 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

to the other person who commented on Arthur and His Square Knights of the Round Table - yeah I was a huge fan of this cartoon when it was played in Australia in the late 60s and early 70s. For me it was right up there with the Warner Brothers stuff. But yes - it is obscure, but well worth tracking down. The characters are hilarious, the story lines mad and very much in keeping with the style of breakout lunatic comedy that was taking over British comedy at the time. It was sort of the cartoon equivalent of Marty Feldman and pre-python. The really interesting thing for me was the Australian connection. I knew the cartoon was British, but I never knew that great Australian actors like John Mellion and Kev Golsby did the voices. Inspired by the lunacy of programs like Arthur and His Square Knights, I went on to a career in radio creative and worked with both Mellion and Golsby on countless occasions. I wish i had known their link to this cartoon at the time. For anyone who likes their cartoons kinda loonie and slightly surreal but still with hilarious well formed characters, track down King Arthur and His Square Knights of the Round Table - it's worth it just for the jingle over the credits!! I'm trying to track down the lyrics - I can almost still remember them.

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