Legend of Prince Valiant

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Black Family Channel (ended 1994)

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Legend of Prince Valiant

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The glory days of Camelot's New Order are retold from the perspective of three young and pure-hearted warriors. Prince Valiant of Thule, Arn the woodsman, and Rowanne the blacksmith's daughter form an unlikely trio of friends. United by their love for and belief in each other, they strive to realize their dream of joining the legendary ranks of the Knights of the Round Table. Many trials and adversaries must be overcome and lessons learned before this dream can be fulfilled. But our heroes have the wisdom of King Arthur and Merlin to guide them, as well as their own bravery, skills, and determination to see them through. The Legend of Prince Valiant was produced by Hearst Entertainment and IBDH and ran for 65 episodes on the Family Channel. This cartoon series was based on a long-running comic strip created by Hal Foster in the 1930's. The show's theme song - "Where the Truth Lies" - was performed by Exchange featuring Steve Sexton and Gerald O'Brien. Special thanks to Toonarific.com and Gun4u for providing the editor with all of the episodes she needed to make this guide possible.

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    July 4, 2006 DVD Releases

  • Tim Curry

    Tim Curry

    Voice of Sir Gawain

    Alan Oppenheimer

    Alan Oppenheimer

    Voice of Merlin (credited as Allan Oppenheimer)

    James Avery (I)

    James Avery (I)

    Voice of Sir Bryant

    Dorian Harewood

    Dorian Harewood

    Voice of Sir Bryant

    Robby Benson

    Robby Benson

    Voice of Prince Valiant

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    Animation, Fantasy