Kid In King Arthur's Court

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This comedy offers yet another sanitized and very loose adaptation of Mark Twain's dark satire A Yankee in King Arthur's Court. This time, the story centers on Calvin Fuller, a nerdy young adolescent living in Reseda. The gangly, unsure youth is first seen standing at bat, ready for yet another strike out. Suddenly a terrible earthquake hits and as the others run for safety, the hapless Calvin is swallowed up in a gaping chasm. He falls and falls until he finds himself landing on the head of a 6th-century black ...
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This comedy offers yet another sanitized and very loose adaptation of Mark Twain's dark satire A Yankee in King Arthur's Court. This time, the story centers on Calvin Fuller, a nerdy young adolescent living in Reseda. The gangly, unsure youth is first seen standing at bat, ready for yet another strike out. Suddenly a terrible earthquake hits and as the others run for safety, the hapless Calvin is swallowed up in a gaping chasm. He falls and falls until he finds himself landing on the head of a 6th-century black knight. Upon hearing of his miraculous appearance, the elderly King Arthur, seeing him as the savior Merlin predicted would appear, dubs the boy Calvin of Reseda and invites him to dine with the court. Calvin then begins his knightly training. When the earthquake hit, lucky Calvin managed to grab his knapsack and is therefore able to wow the Arthurians with his futuristic magic that includes an introduction to rock & roll via CD-player, and a wonderful Swiss Army knife. The young wizard also shows them how to make rollerblades. His work wins him adulation and renown, but it also rouses the jealousy of the wicked Lord Belasco who will use any means to take over the throne. Meanwhile, Calvin finds himself falling for young-princess Katey.
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  • Release Date: 1/30/1996
  • UPC: 786936593839
  • Original Release: 1995
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  • Source: Walt Disney Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Thomas Ian Nicholas Calvin Fuller
Joss Ackland King Arthur
Art Malik Lord Belasco
Paloma Baeza Princess Katey
Kate Winslet Princess Sarah
Daniel Craig Master Kane
Ron Moody Merlin
Barry Stanton Blacksmith
Shane Rimmer Coach
Debora Weston Mom
Vincent Marzello Dad
Catherine Blake Maya
J.P. Guerin Umpire
Technical Credits
Michael Gottlieb Director
Peter Abrams Producer
Mark Amin Executive Producer
Anita Brandt-Burgoyne Editor
Laszlo Gardonyi Production Designer
J.P. Guerin Producer
Andrew Hersh Co-producer
Maria Hruby Costumes/Costume Designer
John Hubbard Casting
Ros Hubbard Casting
Robert L. Levy Producer, Screenwriter
Otto Olah Musical Direction/Supervision
Michael Part Screenwriter
Elemer Ragalyi Cinematographer
J.A.C. Redford Score Composer, Songwriter
Michael Ripps Editor
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  • Posted March 14, 2014

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    a really good movie.

    a really good movie.

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