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Quest of the Delta Knights (1993)

A secret society, the Delta Knights, attempts to save a medieval society from the evil over-lady.

Director:

James Dodson

Writer:

Redge Mahaffey
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
David Warner ... Lord Vultare / Baydool / Narrator
Corbin Allred ... Tee
David Kriegel David Kriegel ... Leonardo
Brigid Brannagh ... Thena (as Brigid Conley Walsh)
Olivia Hussey ... The Mannerjay
Sarah Douglas ... Madam Maaydeed
Richard Kind ... Wamthool
Peter Sands ... Jaamteer
Robert Miano ... Incense Merchant
Stephen Gregory Foster Stephen Gregory Foster ... Fantle (as Steffen Gregory Foster)
Sam Fontana ... Rando
Edward Ivory Edward Ivory ... Auctioneer
Chuck L. Hilbert Chuck L. Hilbert ... Huge Man
Priscilla Alden ... Old Woman
Veronica Bird Veronica Bird ... Anreonne
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Storyline

This action-comedy takes place on a world where the 15th Century finds Europe still caught in the grip of the Dark Ages. A young boy named Tee is sold into slavery, and bought by the beggar Raydoor, who takes him on as an apprentice. When Raydoor realizes that Tee is the subject of a prophecy, he reveals himself as one of the Delta Knights, a secret order dedicated to helping humanity. Trained by Raydoor, Tee also becomes a Delta Knight and joins forces with a ne'er-do-well painter named Leonardo (from the small town of Vinci), and a tavern girl, Thena. Pursued by Lord Vultare, minion of the wicked Mannerjay, they set out on a quest to find the lost treasures of Archimedes. Written by Marg Baskin <marg@asd.raytheon.ca>

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In an age of swords and sorcery, one young hero holds the key to infinite wisdom - and ultimate power.


Certificate:

PG

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 January 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Abenteuer der Delta Ritter See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Featured in an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000. See more »

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The bulge of stuffing reveals how the arrows are standing in Baydool's chest. See more »

Quotes

Tee: Wisdom, composed of knowledge, judgment, and compassion.
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Crazy Credits

The copyright notice at the end of the film's normal credits contains an interesting clause: The film is protected "...throughout the Universe."! The full paragraph is "All material is protected by copyright laws of the United States of America and all countries throughout the Universe." See more »

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SEE! David Warner humiliate himself in all his glory!
11 January 1999 | by GislefSee all my reviews

GASP! at the amazing bad acting. FLINCH! at the horrible in-jokiness of it all (Leonard from the village of Vinci?!?). Yes, it's Sword & Sorcery as you never wanted to see it. It's probably Warner's worst movie (beating out Naked Souls), and possibly his worse performance, but he's just not given much to work with here. Sarah Douglas is suitably evil (can't go wrong there), but even she seems overwhelmed by the sheer hokiness of it all. The rest of the cast seems to be out-of-work SCA members. There's just nothing, nothing good about this.


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