Merlin (2008–2012)
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The Tears of Uther Pendragon: Part Two 

Morgana's evil plan to destroy Camelot is coming to fruition. Can the Great Dragon restore Merlin's health in time to stop her?

Director:

Jeremy Webb

Writers:

Julian Jones (creator), Jake Michie (creator) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
John Hurt ... The Dragon (voice)
Colin Morgan ... Merlin
Bradley James ... Arthur
Richard Wilson ... Gaius
Katie McGrath ... Morgana
Rupert Young ... Sir Leon
Anthony Head ... Uther Pendragon
Alice Patten ... Ygraine
Jake Phillips Jake Phillips ... Ghost Boy
Emilia Fox ... Morgause
Angel Coulby ... Gwen
Tom Ellis ... Cenred
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Storyline

The Great Dragon returns Merlin to Camelot where, convincing Gaius of Morgana's treachery, they break the curse on Uther by burning the mandrake doll. Nonetheless, they feel he would not believe them if they exposed Morgana. Whilst Cenred's men lay siege to the castle, Morgana uses a rowan wood magic staff to create an army of sword-wielding skeletons to fight the knights inside Camelot. Merlin destroys the staff, the skeletons disintegrate and, as the tide turns in favour of Camelot, Cenred calls off his siege. Morgana, however, takes the credit for destroying the spell and is acclaimed by her foolish guardian. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Arthur: There are times, Merlin, where you display a sort of, I don't know what it is. I don't want to say- it's not wisdom... but, yes. That's what it is.
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All great shows have a skeleton army... right?
2 March 2021 | by CalicodreaminSee all my reviews

The CGI on those warrior skeletons was a bit hokey, even for 2010 standards. The storyline was predictable and the Morgana/Merlin face off just lacks heart. It's S3 and still Merlins hiding his magic and Arthur treats him like an idiot, it's getting stale.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 January 2011 (USA) See more »

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Shine, BBC Wales See more »
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Stereo

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16:9
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