Galavant (2015–2016)
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Giants vs. Dwarves 

Galavant is fed up with Richard after he trades the Jewel of Valencia for a "dragon" and travels to find the giants on his own. They are not at all what he expected but are willing to help ... See full summary »

Director:

Declan Lowney

Writers:

Dan Fogelman (created by), Dan Kopelman | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Joshua Sasse ... Galavant
Timothy Omundson ... King Richard
Vinnie Jones ... King Gareth
Mallory Jansen ... Queen Madalena
Karen David ... Princess Isabella
Luke Youngblood ... Sid
Nick Frost ... Andre
Stanley Townsend ... King of Valencia
Genevieve Allenbury ... Queen of Valencia
Robert Lindsay ... Wormwood
Clare Foster ... Roberta
Sheridan Smith ... Princess Jubilee
Muzz Khan ... Barry
Owen Brazendale ... Titan (as Owen John Brazendale)
Chris Patrick-Simpson ... Tim
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Storyline

Galavant is fed up with Richard after he trades the Jewel of Valencia for a "dragon" and travels to find the giants on his own. They are not at all what he expected but are willing to help under one condition - he must help them defeat the dwarves. Gareth tells Sid about his feelings for Madalena. Sid warns Gareth against confessing his feelings, but he is determined, which ultimately leads to a dangerous situation for one of the men. Woodworm sends Isabella to Princess Jubilee's palace to hand deliver her invitation to her wedding.

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TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

The songwriters had difficulty developing a song for Richard to sing to Tad Cooper, his pet dragon. Suddenly lyricist Glenn Slater recalled a longtime family joke about a song his wife composed called "Tina and the Loaf," which was loosely based on the theme to That Girl (1966) and she had used to coax their children into eat meatloaf. With that in mind, they decided to compose a ditty in the style of a 1960s sitcom theme song and "My Dragon Pal and Me" quickly resulted. Slater has cited this as his family's favorite song of the series. See more »

Quotes

[singing]
Roberta: Listen people, there's no need to fight. Holy freakin' cow, you're the same *damn* height! Dwarf or giant, both will die tonight. There must be a way I can make things right.
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References Newsies (1992) See more »

Soundtracks

I'm a Different Kind of Princess
(uncredited)
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Glenn Slater
Performed by Sheridan Smith
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Great episode!
1 January 2019 | by aucoinandrewSee all my reviews

How is this show so underrated? Seriously, the songs are creative and original, the acting is perfect, the jokes are smart and funny(impossible to find in the tv show wasteland nowadays). This episode is particularly underrated with its hilarious parody of "west side story". Yes it's a bit cheesy and it utilizes every medieval cliche in the book, but that's part of the joke that a lot of people don't see. This isn't a show to be taken seriously rather to just enjoy with an open mind.


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