Quest for Camelot (1998) (part 2 of 7)

Back in the present, Kayley is greatly enjoying the story. Sir Lionel closes with the explanation of the markings on his shield—those three united circles, which relate to the vow he’s taken as a knight to protect king and kingdom.

His fellow knights arrive, and together they ride on. Sir Lionel bids wife and daughter adieu; the gathering at Camelot is only for the knights. Kayley wants to go, but he promises that he’ll take her there someday, when she’s older. Of course. It’s always “when you’re older”, isn’t it?

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Rori Stevens

Miss Stevens came to the Agony Booth in the process of looking for reviews of Trail of the Pink Panther and has since established herself as (among other things) a notoriously devoted Peter Sellers fan, a Michael Jackson deconstructionist, and an all-round critiquer. She has delusions of success as a writer but has a day job just in case. "Sapphire" credits whatever success she has as a Boother to her love of the whimsical, eccentric side of cinema - while others might blanche at the madness of the films she's helped recap, she dives in every time.

Multi-Part Article: Quest for Camelot (1998)

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