Prince Charming

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On the eve of his wedding, medieval Prince John (Sean Maguire), known as "Prince Charming" to his friends, is caught in a compromising situation with an alleged damsel in distress. As punishment for his indiscretion, John and his lackey Rodney (Martin Short), a wannabe wizard, are subjected to a "frogging" -- that is, they are transformed into frogs, and doomed to remain that way forever unless John can persuade a beautiful maiden to give him a kiss. Through a wrinkle in time, the amphibious John and Rodney find themselves in 21st century Manhattan, where, miraculously, our heroes are restored to their human selves when John is kissed by a flamboyant actress named Margo (Bernadette Peters). But there's still one more proviso to the frogging curse: In order to remain a human, John must get Margo to marry him. Alas, John isn't in love with Margo, but instead is enamored of a young lady named Kate (Christina Applegate) -- the living image of the Prince's long-ago sweetheart Princess Gwendolyn (also Christina Applegate). Meanwhile, Rodney has issues with his own lady love, Margo's wardrobe mistress Serena (Andrea Martin). Filmed in 2001 and subsequently released overseas, Prince Charming finally made its American TV debut on July 13, 2003, via the TNT cable network.


Sean MaGuire
as Prince `Charming' John
Marcia Bennett
as Queen Isabel
Stefan Brogren
as Bob Worthington
Colin Fox
as King Leo
David Fox
as King Pius
Colm Magner
as Lothian Knight
Richard Quesnel
as Anwyn Knight
John Stead
as Tybalt
Angela Vint
as Waitress
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Audience Reviews for Prince Charming

  • Jun 17, 2011
    Terrible story. Unrealistic. The accents of the characters were annoying in the worst possible way.
    Brett A Super Reviewer

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