Legend of Prince Valiant

The Trust Betrayed

Season 1, Ep 9, Aired 10/27/91
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  • Episode Description
  • Sir Mordred's triumphant return after laying siege to the Vikings is bittersweet for Our Heroes. While they are awestruck to see the king's champion and dear friend in person, they are saddened by the knowledge that this latest war with the Vikings could have been avoided. Valiant, Arn, and Rowanne are more determined than ever to discover the identity of the traitor within Camelot's walls. This search for the truth brings the prince to the attention of two powerful new enemies who need him silenced to further their own agendas.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Michael Horton

    Voice of Arn

  • Tim Curry

    Voice of Sir Gawain

  • Robby Benson

    Voice of Prince Valiant

  • James Avery (I)

    Voice of Sir Bryant

  • Noelle North

    Voice of Rowanne

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Valiant: That shield. Rowanne: What about it? Valiant: In some way that I cannot explain, it fills me with dread.

    • Valiant: Why is it everything Merlin lays his hand to must be so complicated?

    • Merlin: The impatience of youth. Valiant (startled): You do love surprises, don’t you? Merlin: Surprises, my young friend, are the stuff of life itself.

    • Merlin: I have shown you nothing. You have simply looked upon the truth . . . and there are times that that can be a terrible and frightening thing.

    • Mordred: Let me give you some advice, young princling: never start a war without good reason, and never challenge an enemy you cannot defeat!

    Notes (11)

    • Characters introduced: Sir Mordred and Lady Morgana.

    • Title card drawing: a bound book with Prince Valiant as the title on the cover.

    • Queen Guinevere appears in this episode but has no dialog.

    • A flashback to Thor’s cavern includes previously unseen footage of an old shield with the crest of a Rising Sun above an axe.

    • Valiant’s vision of Mordred evokes his initial dream of Camelot through the imagery of the chess board.

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    Trivia (3)

    • The previous episode includes a conversation between Valiant and Merlin in the latter’s underground laboratory. But in this episode, Merlin welcomes Valiant to his “humble abode” as if this is the first time the prince has been invited. Valiant himself seems unfamiliar with this fantastic subterranean lair.

    • Before the second commercial break, Valiant is seen putting a tankard to his lips. Immediately after the commercial break, he’s still holding it up in a toast as Lady Morgana entices him to drink it.

    • King Arthur’s mouth is abnormally large during his speech to Mordred at Satan’s Rock.

    Allusions (2)

    • Sir Mordred is King Arthur's son in the comics. He's introduced in Story 31, Page 500. Story 93 reveals that Sir Gawain is one of Mordred's half-brothers . . . therefore making him Arthur's nephew.

    • Lady Morgana is also a recurring villainess in the Prince Valiant comic strip, although there she goes by the name Morgan Le Fay. She is introduced in Story 8 as a sorceress whose powers can only be defeated by one of Merlin's spells.

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