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Won BAFTA Children's Award: Best Writer - Nominated BAFTA Children's Award: Best Drama

Sir Gadabout: The Worst Knight in the Land

2002, regia di Angelo Abela, Rupert Jones, Ian Emes, Jim Shields, Nick Wood



Scheda: Nazione: GB - Produzione: Alibi Pictures - Distribuzione: Chatsworth International Distributors - Sceneggiatura: Alex Williams, Lenny Barker, John Brennan, Nathan Cockerill, Ian Emes, Lucy Goodman, Steve Jeanes, Rupert Jones, Paul McKenzie, Jim Shields - Fotografia: Alan Wright - Montaggio: Dominic Strevens, Matthew Tabern, Liz Webber - Art Direction: Fran Cooper - Set Decoration: Michelle Day, Mary Simcox - Costumi: Maria Liljefors - Musiche: Mark Dyson - Effetti speciali: 4MC - Formato: Color, serie tv in 16 episodi - Durata: 24' ogni episodio.

Cast: Andy Hockley, Jason Thorpe, Kim Wall, Tamsin Egerton, Vincent Franklin, Gillian Wright, Will Theakston, Asier Newman, Damien Goodwin, Dominic McHale, Mark Channon, Dickon Tolson, Ian Lindsay, Joseph Mawle.




Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - - - - - - - - «Sir Gadabout: The Worst Knight in the Land was a British children's comedy television programme, broadcast on CITV. It originally aired between February 11, 2002 and May 9, 2003. In Camelot Sir Gadabout is a nightmare of the round table as his devotion to the task of protecting King Arthur undermined by constant blundering. He is often teased by the other knights, particularly the handsome but irritating Sir Lancelot, who Gadabout and his friends frequently try to get the better of. At the head of the round table is the legendary King Arthur who tolerates Gadabout's blundering as he sympathises with him - he too being a terrible blunderer. His teenage daughter, Princess Elenora, is by far more intelligent and capable than her father. She often aids Gadabout and his squire Will (Later Juan) in their adventures. The kingdom is terrorised by the terrible twosome Sir Rancid and his "Nanny" - a comical version of Sir Mordred and his aunt Morgan le Fay - who are set on destroying Camelot and the round table. Their attempts to destroy Camelot are always stopped by the intervention of Gadabout, Will, and the mysterious "Sir Knight". The only one who knows the identity of "Sir Knight" is Merlin, who watches over Camelot in his crystal ball. ...».





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