Lancelot and Brian head off to Ireland to compete in a tournament representing King Arthur. On the way, they come across a rhyming bandit or so they think. His story is not the standard having been banned by the kingdom due to his explicit and confronting lyrics. His enemies want nothing more than for him to be killed, but the princess has fallen deep in love with him and his sweet poetry. Lancelot sees to it to bring back together a couple that obviously loves each other. But there are of course obstacles.
The last episode in this 1 season series and instead of going out with a bang or shall we say a clang as in swords, get it, this episode is a safe love story that has been told time and time again. This story is a sweet story of love and does have some surprising twists. However this episode is not the strongest by far and lacks any real push. Princess Kathleen played by Lynn Furlong does a masterful job keeping me interested.
Original Air-date: 3 June 1957
Directed by Lawrence Huntington
Written by Leslie Poynton
Sir Lancelot du Lac- William Russell
Brian- Robert Scroggins
Prince of Limerick- Jerome Willis
Baron Wicklaw- Tommy Duggan
Princess Kathleen- Lynn Furlong
King Anguish- Tony Quinn
Source: IMDB, Wikipedia
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