When King Gerlach dies, he asks Merlin the Magician to care for Baby Arthur and do his best to see that when Arthur is grown, he takes his rightful place as King. Despite Arthur's ... See full summary »

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When King Gerlach dies, he asks Merlin the Magician to care for Baby Arthur and do his best to see that when Arthur is grown, he takes his rightful place as King. Despite Arthur's entreaties to Merlin to let him become his apprentice, Merlin insists that there are more important things in store for him. When Merlin nominates Cynthia as his new apprentice, Arthur leaves in search of his destiny. Soon after, he is captured by the evil Sir Baldrick and left in a dungeon to be devoured by a dragon. Fortunately, Cynthia, using her magic powers and guile, frees Arthur in time for him to go to Stonehenge and compete with the Knights of the Realm who try to pull the sword from the stone to become King. Of course, Arthur easily removes the sword and is crowned the new King.

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Thoroughly decent
31 July 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As a kid, I loved the Burbank Animation Studio animations. From a 20-year old adult perspective, some like Hercules, Hunchback of Notre Dame and Little Drummer Boy didn't hold up but others like Count of Monte Cristo, White Fang, Hansel and Gretel and Hans and the Silver Skates did. Camelot on the most part did hold up. It is not perfect, the dialogue as with a lot of BAS' output is on the corny side and while it is a nice story with some sense of exciting adventure there were parts that felt padded complete with an ending that I wasn't all that surprised by. However, the animation I didn't think was too bad, the colours are brighter than Hercules and Hunchback of Notre Dame and the characters are more realistically drawn than those for Pocahontas or Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The music is rousing, while the characters are engaging and the voice acting is decent, far improved over Little Drummer Boy and Puss in Boots. On the whole, a decent Burbank animation. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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