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Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire 

Monty Python meets The Princess Bride in this Comedy Central original series. Follow Kröd and his band of ineffectual freedom fighters as they fight evil and save the world.

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Peter Knight
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Series cast summary:
Sean Maguire ...  Kröd Mändoon 6 episodes, 2009
Matt Lucas ...  Chancellor Dongalor 6 episodes, 2009
Kevin Hart ...  Zezelryck 6 episodes, 2009
India de Beaufort ...  Aneka 6 episodes, 2009
Steve Speirs ...  Loquasto 6 episodes, 2009
Marques Ray ...  Bruce 6 episodes, 2009
Alex Macqueen ...  Barnabus 6 episodes, 2009
Chris Parnell ...  Narrator 5 episodes, 2009
James Murray ...  Ralph Longshaft 4 episodes, 2009
R.M. Clarke R.M. Clarke ...  Cute Girl 4 episodes, 2009
John Rhys-Davies ...  Grimshank 3 episodes, 2009
Roger Allam ...  General Arcadius 3 episodes, 2009
Andrew Hefler Andrew Hefler ...  Erasmus Foucault / ... 2 episodes, 2009
Tony Asije Tony Asije ...  Stygian Assassin 2 episodes, 2009
Lee Boardman ...  Stygian Assassin in Stable 2 episodes, 2009
Matt Devere ...  Myrmidon #2 / ... 2 episodes, 2009
Neil Fitzmaurice Neil Fitzmaurice ...  Max the MC 2 episodes, 2009
László Konter László Konter ...  Very Old Man 2 episodes, 2009
Christian Patterson Christian Patterson ...  Horst Draper 2 episodes, 2009
Jonathan Slinger ...  Cyclops / ... 2 episodes, 2009
John Ramm John Ramm ...  Annoying Villager 2 episodes, 2009
Orlando Seale ...  Lord Vanameer 2 episodes, 2009
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Monty Python meets The Princess Bride in this Comedy Central original series. Follow Kröd and his band of ineffectual freedom fighters as they fight evil and save the world.

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Action | Comedy | Fantasy

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TV-14
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USA | UK

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English

Release Date:

9 April 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Krod Mandoon See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Sean Maguire originally passed on the part, because he wanted to do a more serious project following his role in the poorly received comedy film Meet The Spartans (2008), and did not think the show was right for him; he also thought the title sounded stupid. His manager encouraged him to read the script and give it another chance, and, upon reading the script, Maguire changed his mind, and decided he wanted the role. See more »

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Referenced in Séries express: Episode #2.22 (2009) See more »

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Surprisingly amusing
8 July 2009 | by bbbl67See all my reviews

I started watching this show and immediately got hooked. Yes, the humour is a bit crude for Brits, and women. The jokes are often about sexual shortcomings and alternate lifestyles. Brits usually like to take subtle shots at politicians or celebrities -- that'll never work in America. However, they did take a shot at George W. Bush in the third episode parodying his infamously flubbed "Fool me once, shame on you" speech.

The character of Zezelryck, the incompetent sorcerer, reminded me of Chris Tucker's character in the movie The Fifth Element. It was a screechy Prince or Michael Jackson impersonation.

Bruce, the gay boytoy character, is a bit too over-the-top. Too obviously gay. I liked the character they had in the 4th episode, the Bi-Clops. He was a bit more subtle, and therefore funnier.


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