History Theatre / Camelot

5th Jun '17 9:26:03 AM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:344:The original Broadway cast: Robert Goulet as Lancelot, Creator/JulieAndrews as Guinevere and Creator/RichardBurton as Arthur]]

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[[caption-width-right:344:The [[caption-width-right:300:The original Broadway cast: Robert Goulet as Lancelot, Creator/JulieAndrews as Guinevere and Creator/RichardBurton as Arthur]]
30th May '17 6:02:19 PM nombretomado
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Later adapted in 1967 by WarnerBrothers into a movie starring Creator/RichardHarris as Arthur, Creator/VanessaRedgrave as Guinevere and Creator/FrancoNero as Lancelot.

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Later adapted in 1967 by WarnerBrothers Creator/WarnerBros into a movie starring Creator/RichardHarris as Arthur, Creator/VanessaRedgrave as Guinevere and Creator/FrancoNero as Lancelot.
22nd Jan '17 8:30:19 AM fusilcontrafusil
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* SadlyMythtaken: Arthur describes himself as "[[TheDragonslayer a king who fought a dragon,]] hacked him in two and fixed his wagon". This likely comes from the Myth/SaintGeorge legend, as Arthur never fought any dragons. Instead the dragon was his (or rather, his father Uther's) motif through the name "Pendragon" (Welsh for "chief dragon").
29th Nov '16 6:20:06 PM godzillavkk
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* YouCannotKillAnIDea: At the end of the Musical, Arthur believes that his belief of might for right instead of might makes right will die and be forgotten. But when he meets Thomas of Warwick, he asks him to tell the stories of himself, the knights, and Camelot, so that hopefully his belief will live on and inspire future generations to continue the belief.

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* YouCannotKillAnIDea: YouCannotKillAnIdea: At the end of the Musical, Arthur believes that his belief of might for right instead of might makes right will die and be forgotten. But when he meets Thomas of Warwick, he asks him to tell the stories of himself, the knights, and Camelot, so that hopefully his belief will live on and inspire future generations to continue the belief.
23rd Oct '16 5:27:26 PM godzillavkk
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23rd Oct '16 5:26:45 PM godzillavkk
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* YouCannotKillAnIDea: At the end of the Musical, Arthur believes that his belief of might for right instead of might makes right will die and be forgotten. But when he meets Thomas of Warwick, he asks him to tell the stories of himself, the knights, and Camelot, so that hopefully his belief will live on and inspire future generations to continue the belief.
25th Sep '16 7:46:04 AM CumbersomeTercel
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Later adapted in 1967 by WarnerBrothers into a movie starring Richard Harris as Arthur, Vanessa Redgrave as Guinevere and Franco Nero as Lancelot.

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Later adapted in 1967 by WarnerBrothers into a movie starring Richard Harris Creator/RichardHarris as Arthur, Vanessa Redgrave Creator/VanessaRedgrave as Guinevere and Franco Nero Creator/FrancoNero as Lancelot.
22nd Sep '16 3:57:20 PM hello86
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: King Pellinore, who [[spoiler: gets killed off half-way through Literature/TheOnceAndFutureKing]], survives until the end of the movie and is with Arthur in his final battle.
24th Jul '16 4:27:53 AM eroock
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->''Donít let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot.''

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->''Donít ->''"Donít let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot.''
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14th Jul '16 3:24:10 AM Doug86
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A 1960 musical by Lerner and Loewe, shortly after the success of ''Theatre/MyFairLady.'' It is an adaptation of T.H. White's ''Literature/TheOnceAndFutureKing,'' following the legends of KingArthur.

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A 1960 musical by Lerner and Loewe, shortly after the success of ''Theatre/MyFairLady.'' It is an adaptation of T.H. White's ''Literature/TheOnceAndFutureKing,'' following the legends of KingArthur.
Myth/KingArthur.



* {{Flashback}}: The re-worked version(taken from the film) has the entire show be a flashback from the perspective of King Arthur on the night before the final battle.

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* {{Flashback}}: The re-worked version(taken version (taken from the film) has the entire show be a flashback from the perspective of King Arthur on the night before the final battle.
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