While King Arthur and Queen Guinevere are away, Merlin is in charge and continues their just policies, though they are unpopular with one nobleman who approaches Morgana. She slips a potion... See full summary »

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Prince Valiant (voice)
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Arn (voice)
Noelle North ...
Rowanne (voice)
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Merlin (voice)
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King Arthur (voice) (credit only)
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Queen Guinevere (voice) (credit only)
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Sir Gawain (voice) (credit only)
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Sir Bryant (voice) (credit only)
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Sir Bryant (voice) (credit only)
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Lady Morgana (voice)
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The Mighty Om (voice)
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Linet (voice)
Charles Siebert ...
Lord Keller (voice)
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Storyline

While King Arthur and Queen Guinevere are away, Merlin is in charge and continues their just policies, though they are unpopular with one nobleman who approaches Morgana. She slips a potion into Merlin's drink that causes him to fall asleep...but will eventually cause death after he lingers for a day dreaming of a second chance at life with his lover, Linet. Valiant, Arn, and Rowanne look through his study for an antidote and find the name of one of his friends, "The Mighty Om", whom they approach for help. The short but clever if odd scholar concocts a potion that he says will either restore or exterminate Merlin. Rowanne tests it, but Valiant and Arn soon learn they may end up losing the woman they both love. Written by brainybrailler@comcast.net

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Release Date:

23 December 1991 (USA)  »

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Trivia

A character named Linet appeared in Hal Foster's comic strip as the wife of Prince Arn of Ord. See more »

Goofs

Before the dream sequence where Arthur appears to Merlin at the window, the hourglass is shown three-quarters empty. But in the next shot of it after the dream, it is only slightly more than half-full. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Lord Kellar: If you could try to provide us your attention, Merlin, we will try to be as interesting as a view from the window.
Merlin: The windows, unlike your maps, Lord Kellar, looks out upon a world of borderless wonders.
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