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Why is Camelot rated G? Camelot is rated G by the MPAA
A Utopian society built by King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table meet their slow demise when the Queen engages in an illicit affair. Filled with moral lessons, heart-wrenching portrayals, and songs, Camelot is the classic rendition of this timeless legend.
Character falls out of tree. Characters discuss ways to physically harm another. In jousting matches characters are knocked off their horses and receive injury. Dueling is used to solve disputes. Numerous sword fights with implied deaths occur. Grabbing a sword cuts character’s hands. Man on horseback is ambushed. Character sentenced to burning at the stake is shown bound and awaiting the order. Flaming sticks thrown into character’s face.
Sexual Content: B-
Nakedness concealed by blankets. Shirtless men shown on two occasions. Lyrics to The Lusty Month of May advertise the removal of one’s sexual inhibitions. Couples kiss, snuggle, and sometimes roll on floor. Remark made concerning a characters lack of sexual activity. Character accused of adultery.
At least: 6 mild profanities and 2 terms of Deity used as expletives.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A-
Wine used to toast at various events. Unruly characters shown drinking from goblets.
Page last updated April 23, 2012
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||G|
News About "Camelot"
Cast and Crew
Camelot is directed by Joshua Logan and stars Richard Harris, Vanessa Redgrave, Franco Nero.
The most recent home video release of Camelot movie is April 24, 2012. Here are some details…
Blu-ray Notes: Camelot: 45th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray)
Release Date: 24 April 2012
Camelot releases to Blu-ray in a 45th Anniversary Edition. Bonus extras include:
- Audio commentary
- Four featurettes
- Theatrical trailer
DVD Release: Camelot- Special Edition
DVD Release Date: July 29, 1998
If you subscribe to the notion that “there’s simply not a more congenial spot for happily-ever-aftering than… Camelot,” then you will love Warner Home Video’s Special Edition DVD of the popular 1960s musical. Bonus materials include The Story of Camelot featurette, The World Premiere of Camelot documentary, and five theatrical trailers. A lot of attention has been paid to the movie’s soundtrack, which has been re-mastered in Dolby Digital 5.1, with the musical score placed on a separate sound channel. The audio track is in available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1), with subtitles in English, Spanish and French.