The Adventures of Sir Lancelot Episode 21: Knight Errant

Lady Helen’s father has died and the kingdom is willed to her but there is pressure for her to marry King Balmain. She is in love with Sir Oringle and wishes to marry him, but he has gone missing. Lady Bragwaine seeks out camelot to stop the unwanted marriage and to find the missing Sir Oringle.  Lancelot goes to the castle to get answers and gets himself locked up. Lady Helen finds out that Sir Lancelot is locked up in the castle and finds out that Oringle is also held inside the castles walls. A daring escape with the help of Lady Helen allows Sir Lancelot to release Sir Oringle but there is more danger to face.

Personal Synopsis

An episode in Black & White which is odd since the last few episodes were in colour. Sir Kay is used as the comic relief as Sir Lancelot fight another attempt to take a kingdom by marriage. It is by far the most comical episode of the series, with fun being made of Sir Kay and his exaggerated stories of victories.

Starring

Original Air-date: 11 February 1957

Directed by Bernard Knowles

Written by Peggy PhillipsSelwyn Jepson

Sir Lancelot du Lac- William Russell

King Arthur- Ronald Leigh-Hunt

Merlin- Cyril Smith

Sir Kay- David Morrell

Kafan- Julian Somers

Lady Helen- Margaret Anderson

Lady Bragwaine- Hazel Penwarden

Sir Christopher- John Gale

Sir Lionel- Paul Williamson

Jailer- Nigel Green

First Knight- Douglas Argent

Handmaiden- Maureen Davis

Sir Oringle- Derren Nesbitt

Source: IMDB, Wikipedia

You can Buy the DVD here:

Sir Lancelot DVD

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