G | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
An adventurous girl, a young blind hermit, and a goofy two-headed dragon race to find the lost sword Excalibur to save King Arthur and Camelot from disaster.
The film was originally scheduled for a theatrical release for the 1997 holiday season, but Warner Brothers later pushed the release date to May 1998, to avoid competition with Alien: Resurrection (1997), Anastasia (1997), The Borrowers (1997), The Fearless Four (1997), Flubber (1997), Home Alone 3 (1997), Mousehunt (1997), Mr. Magoo (1997), Titanic (1997), and the re-release of The Little Mermaid (1989).
Hey, your falcon has silver wings!
Garrett: *Really?* I'll have to take your word for it.
Kayley: Oh, no. I'm Sorry, it just means he knows where Excalibur is!
Garrett: Sure he does, in Camelot. You know, big castle, lots of flags...
Kayley: No, it's somewhere in the forest!
When Kayley and Garret are standing by the acid lake, deciding whether or not it's safe, Garret dips just the end of his walking stick into the lake, but when he pulls it out, almost half is gone and the end of what remains is charred black. In the next shot, the entire walking stick is complete and unharmed.
$6,041,602 (USA) (17 May 1998)
$22,717,758 (USA) (9 August 1998)
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