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Guinevere (1994)

The legend of King Arthur, Sir Lancelot and Guinevere, told from a somewhat more feminist perspective.


Jud Taylor


Persia Woolley (novels), Ronni Kern (television story) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Sheryl Lee ... Guinevere
Sean Patrick Flanery ... King Arthur
Noah Wyle ... Lancelot
Brid Brennan ... Morgan L'Fei
James Faulkner
Donald Pleasence ... Merlin
Constantine Gregory ... Leodogan
Martin East Martin East ... Gawain
Ben Pullen ... Kei
Andrius Bobrovas Andrius Bobrovas ... Percival
Kestutis Stasys Jakstas Kestutis Stasys Jakstas ... Yvain (as Kestas Jakstas)
Anton Lesser ... Envoy
Bruce Lidington Bruce Lidington ... Swordsmith (as Bruce Liddington)
James Greene ... Bishop
Regina Share Regina Share ... Kaethi


Queen Guinevere has to choose between her heart and her duty.It is her destiny to marry king Arthur but can she deny herself of her true love for Lancelot?Arthur and Lancelot, both in love with a queen, must soon overcome their rivalry and became a team.

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Adventure | Fantasy


Not Rated






Release Date:

7 May 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bound in Blood See more »

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Did You Know?


Sheryl Lee is world famous as Laura Palmer/Maddy on cult TV series Twin Peaks (1990), Sean Patrick Flanery is best known for playing a title role on The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (1992), and Noah Wyle is best known as Dr. Carter on worldwide famous TV series ER (1994). See more »

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Not all that bad for an Arthurian TV movie
12 January 2003 | by KatatoniaSee all my reviews

I am one who doesn't think any Arthurian movie can top Boorman's 'Excalibur'. With that said, this movie is not all that bad. The story has most of the core elements of the Arthurian legends. It has a few interesting plot twists which are worth viewing if you are a die-hard fan of the legends. It's no masterpiece, but it's a low-budget TV movie and not a high-budget motion picture. Most of the dialogue and acting is purely professional and Shakespearean in it's approach. I think it could have been cast somewhat better however, the characters of Noah Wyle (Lancelot) and Sean Patrick Flanery (King Arthur) should have been switched. I can clearly see why this alone receives mixed reviews.

Guinevere surely won't win any awards, but for a single viewing it is entertaining to the right audience.

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