Prince Valiant's father's kingdom of Thule is conquered by Cynan when King Williem orders one of his men to spare Cynan's young son, After the family is exiled and ends up living in a swamp... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Prince Valiant (voice)
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Arn (voice) (credit only)
Noelle North ...
Rowanne (voice) (credit only)
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Merlin (voice)
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King Arthur (voice)
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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)
Marnie Mosiman ...
Queen Briana (voice)
Peter Renaday ...
King Willem (voice)
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Rolf (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Maid (voice)
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Soldier (voice) (as Patrick Fraley)
Stu Rosen ...
Barbarian / Cynan (voice)
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Storyline

Prince Valiant's father's kingdom of Thule is conquered by Cynan when King Williem orders one of his men to spare Cynan's young son, After the family is exiled and ends up living in a swamp abroad, Valiant dreams nightly of two men, Arthur and Merlin, discussing the just New Order to be established in a place called Camelot and calling him to be a knight there. He decides to journey out to find this realm to become a Knight of the Round Table and return to overthrow Cynan and reclaim his homeland. Written by brainybrailler@comcast.net

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Release Date:

3 September 1991 (USA)  »

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The only time the title appears in a black background rather than one of the still drawings from the end credits (this may have been for it to merge directly into the story, since after it disappears the shot moves over to reveal one of the chess-pieces in the same dark surroundings). See more »

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Merlin: [heard chuckling while someone unseen moves chess pieces until the red king knocks over the white] Man's fate. What a strange riddle it is. How few clues there are to explain the random ways in which men seem to begin and end, to live and love, to succeed and fail. Each individual destiny interweaving invisibly with the next, fashioning the beautiful and terrifying tapestries of our lives, shaping our passions and our destinies. Extractions of such strange and unexpected prices, ...
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