Merlin (2008–2012)
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The Beginning of the End 

When a druid boy's father is caught by the king's guards, the boy sends out a telepathic call for help, to which Merlin responds and offers sanctuary; but, under penalty of death to anyone ... See full summary »

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The Dragon (voice)
Alun Raglan ...
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Michael Burgess ...
Stallholder
Jamie Kenna ...
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Gwen
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Arthur
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Uther Pendragon
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Gaius
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Iseldir
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When a druid boy's father is caught by the king's guards, the boy sends out a telepathic call for help, to which Merlin responds and offers sanctuary; but, under penalty of death to anyone harboring the boy, will Merlin be willing to put himself and his friends in mortal danger? And when Uther's dungeon dragon hints of dark prophecies linked to the boy, will Merlin then turn a blind eye? Written by David Beales

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26 July 2009 (USA)  »

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Mordred as a young boy keeps calling Merlin Emrys which is actually Merlin's name as a Celtic druid and a sorcerer. In Welsh Merlin's full real name is actually Myrddin Wynn Emrys. Myrddin is his first name, Wynn is his family name and Emrys is his druid name. See more »

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The Dragon: [to Merlin] You must let the boy die!
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