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Camelot

USA, English, 179 mins

  • Director: Joshua Logan
  • Writer: Alan Jay Lerner; T.H. White
  • Producer: Jack L. Warner; Joel Freeman

CGiii Comment

Sing a song from Camelot..............difficult isn't it?
 
At nearly 3 hours long, Camelot is savage.......an over-produced monstrosity of a film.
 
Guenevere's hair keeps changing colour.
 
King Arthur is an bit of an idiot.
 
Lancelot can't act.....and, his accent changes whenever he sings - courtesy of being dubbed by a ridiculously incongruous voice.
 
Mordred is a leather-clad pansy.....
 
There is so much wrong with this that it's difficult to end.....but, end we must....Logan's direction is shambolic.....in a similar way it was for his other musicals.
 
Sing a song from Camelot.......no, that's exactly the reason why the calls for this to be re-made should remain ignored.

Cast & Characters

Richard Harris as King Arthur;
Vanessa Redgrave as Guenevere;
Franco Nero as Lancelot Du Lac;
David Hemmings as Mordred;
Lionel Jeffries as King Pellinore;
Laurence Naismith as Merlyn;
Pierre Olaf as Dap;
Estelle Winwood as Lady Clarinda;
Gary Marshal as Sir Lionel;
Anthony Rogers as Sir Dinadan

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