Lancelot is sent through time by Merlin to protect young Arthur before he becomes King of Camelot, but by accident, they both end up in present day world along with the villains. Only technology can help them now.
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Merlin sends Lancelot du Lac through time in order to protect a young Arthur before he becomes king. However due to an accident Lancelot and Arthur are thrown into the future with Wolvencroft and his bodyguard Blackpool. Lancelot must team up with a writer and computer programmer in order to save the young king from Wolvencroft's schemes.Written by
Like A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1921), A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949), Unidentified Flying Oddball (1979), Doctor Who: Battlefield: Part One (1989), A Kid in King Arthur's Court (1995) and The Wonderful World of Disney: A Knight in Camelot (1998). The film is a time travel story that centers around the Legend of King Arthur. See more »
A small, but very fun family safe movie. We need more of these.
This isn't the kind of film that would have had a big theatrical showing, although I did see it several times on HBO. Nor is it the kind of film that will be easy to find in a video store. Which is too bad. This is a little charmer. Not a large budget, so the film relies on character. And in this case the characters are a lot of fun. We have seen the hero pulled from the past into the present before, but Marc Singer plays Lancelot with such seriousness that we really believe him. This is Lancelot the way we want to see him, concerned with righting wrongs and vanquishing evil. Without all that angst about Guenevere.
The villain, played by John Saxon, is another great characterization. This just demonstrates again why Mr. Saxon is one of the best "B" movie actors around. I was always a fan of his and it is nice to see him still having fun with a part.
If you can find this film for rent it is well worth the time.
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