Lovely to look at, pleasant to listen to, and interesting to ponder, yet often clumsy, Jack Warner's last project for Warner Bros. stumbles in its retelling of T.H. White's story. Richard Harris, taking over the role Richard Burton played so marvelously on stage, is King Arthur, and
Vanessa Redgrave his Guenevere. Determined to promote chivalry, Arthur establishes the Knights of the Round Table and treats Lancelot (Franco Nero), a brave Frenchman who comes to England to join the order, as a son, only to have the knight take up with Arthur's wife, who is sent to the stake for
her transgressions. From there, the film loses steam, sabotaged by Joshua Logan's too-obvio...