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Quest for Camelot | 1998 | G | - 0.3.1

A young woman, the daughter of a Knight of the Round Table, with the help of a blind hermit, goes on a quest to find Excalibur.

SEX/NUDITY 0 - None.


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VIOLENCE/GORE 3 - A sword and spear fight takes place between several men and leaves a man mortally wounded. A rooster is knocked in the head with a barrel top. There's a really scary looking griffin who tries to steal Excalibur and is then fired upon with spears and arrows and attacked by a falcon. A woman is taken hostage by a group of men. A woman is chased into a scary forest (with arms grabbing out of the ground and other ugly creatures running around) by some monsters. Some monsters shoot blades and a man beats them with a large stick. Fire-breathing dragons chase some people, over a pit of bubbling liquid. A monster flattens some men into a wall. Several men are turned into strange creatures. A woman is threatened with a blade and a man is threatened with a sword. Several fights with groups of men being knocked around. The griffin is torched. A man disintegrates and we hear him scream. A scene shows animals in a panic during a fire. A man is hit by a horse and ends up going blind.


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LANGUAGE 1 - Several non-profane insults.


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Mysticism, blindness, imaginary creatures, evil.

MESSAGE - Courage and spunk can defeat evil.

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