Taking Excalibur by force translates a violent, tyrannical King Arthur and his witch adviser Mab to Hercules' time, and a young Merlin asks Hercules to come to Britannia. Mab coaches Arthur... See full summary »

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Taking Excalibur by force translates a violent, tyrannical King Arthur and his witch adviser Mab to Hercules' time, and a young Merlin asks Hercules to come to Britannia. Mab coaches Arthur to get Excalibur from the Lady of the Lake. When Hercules and Morrigan capture Arthur, Mab takes Merlin back to the castle and discovers he hasn't learned to be a sorcerer yet. When Hercules and Morrigan rescue Merlin, Arthur discovers Mab was just using him to get Excalibur. Written by mama.sylvia

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Merlin says he's sending Arthur to somebody who can stop him, and sends Arthur back in time to face Hercules, but it's already been established Hercules remains immortal and still lives even centuries later, so there was no need to send Arthur back in time but rather just to another spot on he globe where Hercucles is located. See more »

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Arthur: [after a ground tremor] Did the earth move for you?
Morrigan: You wish!
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Many Giant Steps were taken during the production of this motion picture. However, none for mankind. See more »

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