THE QUEST FOR CAMELOT (Theatrical Release USA 1998)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.7|5.0 Starsììì

The Quest for Camelot
—animated film—has a title that promises everything, but the movie doesn’t live up to its grand name. It almost seems as if the film’s main purpose is to promote the singers and their music rather than giving a good story that the music compliments. This can easily be a disappointment when looking for entertainment. The positive that one can look for is the singing voice of Brian White for the character Garrett. WOW! The voice is terrific! The rest of the singers are good, but bring nothing new to the screen.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


Camelot is in trouble and needs the help of a dragon, a hermit, a young girl, and the Sword Excalibur to save it.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Frederik Du Chau for directing effort. Thank you to Producer Dalisa Cohen for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Kayley (Voice of Jessalyn Gilsig), Kayley (Singing Voice of Andrea Corr), Garrett (Voice of Cary Elwes), Garrett (Singing Voice of Bryan White), Ruber (Voice of Gary Oldman), Devon (Voice of Eric Idle), Cornwall (Voice of Don Rickles), Juliana (Voice of Jane Seymour), Juliana (Singing Voice of Celine Dion), King Arthur (Voice of Pierce Brosnan), and King Arthur (Singing Voice of Steve Perry).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. It serves a child audience and not much else.

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