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Camelot

Nero/Redgrave/Harris

Camelot Nero Redgrave Harris Blu Ray Ws 45th Anniv. Ed. Nr
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The oft-told tales of Arthurian legend have always been fertile ground for art. With countless books, films and songs on the subject, there have been many interpretations of Merlin, the Knights of the Round Table, the glories of the kingdom of Camelot and the doomed love triangle of King Arthur, Lady Guenevere and Sir Lancelot du Lac. The musical Camelot, however, remains the most iconic. Consider the historical context of the piece. Originated for the stage in 1960, Camelot coincided with the presidency of a young John F. Kennedy. Kennedy was a big fan of Camelot; he identified with King Arthur and, according to the First Lady, she and the President would often listen to the soundtrack before going to bed at night. Tragically, and ironically, just as Arthur's rule lasted for "one brief, shining moment," so did Kennedy's, and the press forever linked the two legendary leaders many hundreds of years apart. Camelot is emblematic of JFK and, as such, it is emblematic of an era.

Actors:

David Hemmings,Estelle Winwood,Franco Nero,Lionel Jeffries,Richard Harris,Vanessa Redgrave

Description:

King Arthur battles Sir Lancelot for the love of Queen Guinevere in this adaptation of the Lerner and Loewe stage musical. Strong performances and a classic score!

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