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Arthur - the King


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Graeme Fife 's epic series in seven parts. 4: Lancelot
'Farewell Sir Lancelot!
Find the Grail while your lady and all her thoughts turn grey, and as you ride steadfastly on, summer and winter, day and night, consider how love comes and love goes.'
With John Bull,
Marcia King , Jo Kendall and Moir Leslie as Elaine of Astolat.
Music Steven Faux.
Director John Powell. Stereo


Unknown: Graeme Fife
Unknown: Marcia King
Unknown: Jo Kendall
Unknown: Moir Leslie
Music: Steven Faux.
Director: John Powell.
Sir Lancelot: Nicholas Farrell
Lady Guenever: Jill Balcon
Morgan le Fay: Anna Massey
King Arthur: Keith Baxter
King Pelles: Maurice Denham
Lady Elaine, his daughter: Eva Haddon
Sir Gawain: Loan Meredith
Sir Perceval: Ian Saynor
Sir Dinadan: James Greene
Sir Kay: Michael Kilgarriff
Prince Morded: Tom Hunsinger

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