Camelot (1967)

USA,
179m
35mm film, 70mm (blow-up), “filmed in Panavision” (anamorphic), Technicolor, 2.35:1
4-Track Stereo (35mm film prints), 70mm 6-Track (70mm prints), English

An American film directed by Joshua Logan.

Plot Summary

Under the guidance of the wizard , King Arthur brings order to England from his base at . All seems to be going well, with his trusty around him at the Round Table and a loving wife, Guenevere, by his side. Then Guenevere meets the handsome French knight, Lancelot and things take a turn for the worse – as Guenevere and Lancelot enter into an illicit affair, Arthur's illegitimate son, Mordred, plans to use their relationship to his own evil ends.

Credits

Crew
Directed by: Joshua Logan
© MCMLVXII [1967] by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, Inc.
Warner Bros.-Seven Arts presents
Produced by: Jack L. Warner
Screenplay and Lyrics by: Alan Jay Lerner
From “The Once and Future King” by T.H. White
Based on the play Camelot, Book and Lyrics by: Alan Jay Lerner
Director of Photography: Richard H. Kline
Film Editor: Folmar Blangsted
Music by: Frederick Loewe
Music by: Frederick Loewe
Sound by: M.A. Merrick, Dan Wallin
Costumes Designed by: John Truscott
Makeup Supervisor: Gordon Bau
Supervising Hair Stylist: Jean Burt Reilly
Scenery and Production Designed by: John Truscott
Locations: England, UK [uncredited]; France [uncredited]; Spain [uncredited]

Cast
Richard Harris (King Arthur)
Vanessa Redgrave (Guenevere)
Franco Nero (Lancelot Du Lac)
David Hemmings (Mordred)
Lionel Jeffries (King Pellinore)
Laurence Naismith (Merlyn)
Pierre Olaf (Dap)
Estelle Winwood (Lady Clarinda)
Gary Marshal (Sir Lionel)
Anthony Rogers (Sir Dinadan)
Peter Bromilow (Sir Sagramore)
Sue Casey (Lady Sybil)
Gary Marsh (Tom of Warwick)
Nicolas Beauvy (King Arthur as a boy)
Gene Merlino [Lancelot Du Lac's singing voice – uncredited]

Alternative Titles

Camelot РAm Hofe K̦nig Arthurs РGerman title

See also
Camelot (1982)
()
First Knight (1995)
Knights of the Round Table (1953)
Monty Python and (1975)

Extracts included in
Here's Looking at You, Warner Bros. (1991)

References

Books
Feature Films, 1960-1969: A Filmography of English-language and Major Foreign-language United States Releases by Harris M. Lentz III p.54 – credits
Kine Yearbook 1969 p.110 – credits
by Walt Lee p.54 – credits