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A Knight in Camelot 

A computer malfunction causes a science researcher to be sent back in time with her laptop, which she uses to amaze the court.

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Episode credited cast:
... Dr. Vivien Morgan
... King Arthur
... Sandy
... Clarence
... Sir Lancelot
Robert Addie ... Sir Sagramour
... Merlin
... Queen Guinevere
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lukács Bicskey ... Slave #1 (as Lukács Bicsey)
Gabriella Csizmadia ... Ms. of Wardrobe (as Gabi Csizmadia)
Gabi Fon ... Ms. Chamberpot
John Guerrasio ... Bob
Pál Makrai ... Slave Driver
... Sandy's Father
... Chief Armorer (as Steven Speirs)
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A computer malfunction causes a science researcher to be sent back in time with her laptop, which she uses to amaze the court.

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King Arthur's Round Table will never be the same!


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8 November 1998 (USA)  »

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Le chevalier hors du temps  »

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Michael York (King Arthur) previously played Merlin in A Young Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1995) and David McIntyre, a man who believed himself to be King Arthur, in Babylon 5: A Late Delivery from Avalon (1996). See more »

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The main character gets sent back in time to the Middle Ages. OK. She takes her boom box and laptop with her. She then checks the Internet for information on how to build an electrical generator using a waterwheel... See more »

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Version of A Connecticut Yankee (1955) See more »

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Terrible "Back to the Future" ripoff
16 November 2000 | by See all my reviews

This movie caught my eye at my local video store simply because I am a fan of medieval movies no matter what the title is or what it is about. But since I am not a big fan of Whoopie, I figured that I could check this one out anyway. Boy, what a flop it was. The only thing that was good about this film was the costumes!!! This movie stars big named actors/actresses with lame speaking parts. They would have been alot better if they would have kept their mouths quiet. Whoopie with her pathetic one line jokes did not fit in with this century or this movie. I think that for the most part medieval movies should not even be turned into a comedy. Jon Voight as King Author just did not fit in the film as well. And then we see him dressed as a slave. There were many parts in this film that contradicted what the characters were suppose to be. is he a king or a slave? Is Whoopie a witch or a knight? This movie was terrible and there are many other recomeded childrens movies to watch other than this. I give it a 3, simply because of the costumes.


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