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Arthur the King (Merlin & the Sword) (1985)





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Originally filmed in 1982, Arthur the King wasn't able to secure a network-TV berth until April 26, 1985. Malcolm McDowell plays good King Arthur, whose dream of Camelot is endangered by the evil Morgan Le Fay, played by Candice Bergen in her TV-movie debut. That this might have been intended as the pilot for a weekly series is evidenced by the otherwise pointless inclusion of Dyan Cannon, cast as a ditzy 20th- Century tourist who falls through a time warp while roaming around Stonehenge. You'll want to see Arthur the King if only to find out why minor-player Miro Pfeiffer's character name is "Undead Knight".


Malcolm McDowell
as King Arthur
Candice Bergen
as Morgan Le Fay
Maryam d'Abo
as 2nd Court Lady
Dyan Cannon
as Katherine
Michael Gough
as Archbishop
Rosalyn Landor
as Guenevere
Rosalyn Lander
as Guinevere
Mary Stavin
as Princess
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