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The King's Guard (2000)

PG-13 | | Adventure | 1 August 2000 (USA)
A princess falls in love with her father's swordsman.


Jonathan Tydor


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Credited cast:
Eric Roberts ... Augustus Talbert
Ron Perlman ... Lord Morton
Lesley-Anne Down ... Queen Beatrice
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Beecroft David Beecroft ... Sgt. Drummond
Brian Cousins ... Otto
Gerald Patrick Cox Gerald Patrick Cox ... Sir Gerald
Kit Davlin Kit Davlin ... Ardon DeAvalon
Abba Elfman Abba Elfman ... Adam
Jason Faulske Jason Faulske ... Bandit / Swordsman
Delia Ford Delia Ford ... Peasant Woman
Casie Fox Casie Fox ... Katie McDear
Mark Gadbois Mark Gadbois ... White Flag Bandit
Robert G. Goodwin ... Master Robert
Khrystyne Haje ... Roxanne
Matthias Hues ... Angus


A princess falls in love with her father's swordsman.

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for violence | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

1 August 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Custódia do Rei See more »

Filming Locations:

San Diego, California, USA

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


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Did You Know?


Although Eric Roberts received top billing for the movie, he first appears 25 minutes into the film and has less than 30 lines of dialogue. See more »


When the first guard in the blue outfit is killed, the killing thrust clearly goes between his arm and torso. See more »


Sir Gerald: Like death, in the matter of the heart, no man knows how he'll react until the time comes.
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Crazy Credits

Watch out for the out-takes at the end of the video or DVD. See more »


You Are My Heart
Music & Lyrics by Ray Colcord
© 2000 Superscore Music
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Entertaining and fun
18 February 2004 | by ndimasSee all my reviews

This certainly isn't the greatest movie ever made, but doesn't claim to be. It's just an adventure film with romance that's fun and thoroughly entertaining with a surprisingly good cast of newcomers. Trevor St. John as the lead definitely stood out (he's now on the soap "One Life to Live" and very nice to look at) I thought about a film in the same genre that came out about the same time, " A Knight's Tale" which also had a handsome male lead and romantic princess connection. The other quirky characters were also fun to watch. I think it warrants a good sequel with a somewhat bigger budget, if you know what I mean. It's a great movie for kids. Lent it to a friend and her little daughter could not stop watching it over and over again. A great movie for the family. It doesn't really warrant the PG 13 rating as I do not normally let my 10 yr old son watch PG 13 and am very careful about what he watches, but this was just fine. The outtakes are hilarious. Review from a 10 year old boy: "My favorite movie. It's funny with lots of action. Two big thumbs up!"

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