Knights of the Round Table
Knights of the Round Table (1954)

MGM's first CinemaScope production was the lavishly appointed Knights of the Round Table. Without overlapping into any copyrighted material (specifically T.H. White's The Once and Future King), the film spins a lucid account of the… More

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Rated: G
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Release Date: July 1, 2003
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Emanuel Levy
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MGM's first CinemaScope picture has not aged well (too verbose and the acting is stiff), but production values are good and Robert Taylor and Ava Gardner are handsome.

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Steven D. Greydanus
Decent Films Guide

Conventional but fairly solid adaptation of the King Arthur legend… benefits from its colorful pageantry and strongly Christian milieu, including a royal Catholic wedding and a transcendent moment of revelation involving the Holy Grail.

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Steve Crum
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Lavish MGM King Arthur tale featuring Robert Taylor and jousting galore.

Dennis Schwartz
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An uninspiring reworking of the story of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table.

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xGary Xx
Ava Gardner looks stunning, but otherwise this is so laughably anachronistic and unconvincing, I was half expecting the knights who say Ni to appear.
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Lavishly appointed, spinning a lucid account of the Arthurian legend with Robert Taylor leading a solid cast as trusted knight Sir Lancelot, the good king… More