A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949)
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A contemporary blacksmith is in for quite a culture shock when he awakens in King Arthur's Camelot in this fantasy based on the oft-adapted Mark Twain novel. Trapped in medieval days, the time traveler winds up helping the legendary King Arthur battle off a potential revolt.
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Critic Reviews for A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Pleasant but unmemorable fantasy from the Twain novel
Colorful, tuneful Crosby vehicle
Audience Reviews for A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
In the first place, the plot is absurd, I mean if he traveled through time how does he also travel across the ocean? You can't do both can you? If he was dreaming maybe, but it's not supposed to be a dream. Also, there were some other silly errors throughout the movie. On top of all that, there is silly dialogue and acting. This movie doesn't make much sense, but it's somewhat enjoyable if you can get over all that. Overall, it's just okay.
Growing up this used to be one of my favorite adventure-ish movies. It's a little bit out of Crosby's usual types of movies. Rhonda Fleming makes a gorgeous leading lady of course.
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