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 Sir Morris (voice)
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 Sir Boris (voice)
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Narrator: The height of two men, the weight of four, the strength of sixteen; Sir Boris, finest swordsman in the world, and his brother Sir Morris, not the finest swordsman in the world, but the most enthusiastic, and their noble pets, Sir Horace the dog, and Sir Doris the hamster; the Big Knights!
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Magnificent!
24 October 2005 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

Truly a masterpiece - If only for the amazing voice of the amazing Brian Blessed!

Brian Blessed is one of my favorite actors, ever since I've been a child and watched him as Long-John Silver on "Return to Treasure Island" (the TV miniseries), and subsequently tried to watch every movie or TV show he appeared in, especially Shakespearian plays in which, in my opinion, he excels.

When first zapping through the TV channels and accidentally landing on an episode of "The Big Knights", it was Brian Blessed's voice that has caught my ear,and I long since then had become a fan of the show, which turned out surprisingly good - with a combination of rather neat animation spiced with good British humor.

Although at first I wasn't sure it was Brian Blessed's voice - I gladly found out I've guessed it right.


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