A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949) - Rotten Tomatoes

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949)




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Movie Info

The Mark Twain novel comes to the big screen for a third time with Bing Crosby as the blacksmith who wakes in Camelot instead of Connecticut. Meeting King Arthur and the bumbling Sir Sagramore, the Yankee befriends the court and helps Arthur overcome a potential revolt.


Bing Crosby
as Hank Martin
Rhonda Fleming
as Alisande La Carteloise
Cedric Hardwicke
as Lord Pendragon / King Arthur (
Joe Vitale
as Logris
William Bendix
as Sagramore
Virginia Field
as Morgan Le Fey
Joseph Vitale
as Sir Logris
Murvyn Vye
as Merlin
Richard Webb
as Galahad
Julia Faye
as Penelope
Alan Napier
as High executioner
Mary Field
as Peasant woman
Ann Carter
as Peasant girl
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Critic Reviews for A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

All Critics (7)

Pleasant but unmemorable fantasy from the Twain novel

May 12, 2005 | Rating: 2/5

Colorful, tuneful Crosby vehicle

October 19, 2004 | Rating: 4/5

Amusing version of the Twain tale with good cast and songs.

April 24, 2003 | Rating: 4/5

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.

Aj V
Aj V

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