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The Legend of Prince Valiant: The Complete Series, Vol. 2

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The 1990s cartoon series THE LEGEND OF PRINCE VALIANT animated Arthurian lore with a fun blend of action drama and fantasy. The series followed the mythic adventures of the eponymous prince (voiced by '70s heartthrob Robby Benson) as he journeyed to Camelot to train as a knight at King Arthur's fabled Round Table. Vibrantly animated and creatively told the series also boasted the vocal talents of Efrem Zimbalist Jr. Samantha Eggar and Tim Curry. This collection presents the second volume of episodes.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: CHILDREN/FAMILY Rating: NR UPC: 787364697793

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  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Bci / Eclipse
  • DVD Release Date: January 16, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000K4X5TE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,354 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By ONENEO VINE VOICE on May 5, 2008
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The second and final volume of Prince Valiant The Complete Series picks up literally where the first volume ends and continues in the tradition of excellence both in terms of character development and engaging plots. BCI takes no shorts as always in their packaging, artwork, and overall quality of the presentation as well. Included here are the final 32 episodes of the series (1993) across 5 discs. Like last time, 4 of these discs are dual sided and contain four episodes per side. The fifth disc contains all of the bonus material, which in this case consists of interviews with the some of the show's writers and voice actress Noelle North. Also included in this set are full commentary tracks over two key episodes, galleries of background artwork, photos of the cast, animated story board, and a selection of episode scripts. Unique here, however, is the inclusion of a complete episode of Defenders of the Earth (#26 Terror in Time) which actually featured Prince Valiant. So while technically this set includes the final 32 episodes of the series, collectors will be delighted to note that one of Prince Valiant's rarest animated appearances hasn't gone unnoticed by the watchful eye of BCI.

The series itself sticks very close to the foundation established in the first volume with a slight twist on the story arcs. While a majority of the first season of the show allowed viewers to follow along with Valiant's quest to discover Camelot, then later to attain knighthood, the second volume focuses more heavily on the trials and tribulations that come with the title. On a personal note, I was surprised at how early on the show's writers concluded the story arc building up to Valiant's reclaiming Tuley and returning his father to power.
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As with the first volume a wonderful cycle that will leave you begging for more. Great voice talent. The animation isn't of the highest quality, but acceptable for this show.
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Following on from the release of The Legend of Prince Valiant, Vol. 1 is the second half of the series, which wraps up the show with its remaining thirty-two episodes. Once again the episodes are spread across four discs (with four contained on each side) and a fifth disc of special features. Alternatively, you can go for the simpler option and get the complete set. Borrowed liberally from the Hal Foster comic strip (first started way back in the 1930s), the show is nevertheless true to its central themes of fighting the good fight, the establishment of reason, justice and order over ignorance and oppression, and the growth of its central protagonist from a boy to a man.

Although it was released back in the early 1990s, "The Legend of Prince Valiant" holds up surprisingly well by today's standards, with strong character development and complex story arcs that span the entire sixty-five episodes. Sadly, the animation leaves a lot to be desired, but once you get used to the rather stilted movement and lack of expression in the characters, the show's strengths begin to take over.

The voice talent in particular makes up for some of the wonky animation. As well as Robby Benson, Noelle North and Michael Horton as the three leads, the show also boasts the likes of Tony Jay, Wil Wheaton, Fred Savage, Jeff Bennett, John Rhys-Davis, Paige O'Hara, David Warner, Brian Cummings, Ron Perlman, Roger Rees, Sean Astin, Patty Duke, and James Avery, as well as Tim Curry as Sir Gawain, Efrem Zimbalist as King Arthur and Alan Oppenheimer as Merlin.
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Prince Valiant is a really enjoyable cartoon, it has a great storyline and very interesting characters. I always enjoy a cartoon that has a continuing storyline. Prince Valiant's adventures start when he leaves his parents to find the kingdom of Camelot and become a knight of the round table, along the way he makes friends who wish to join him on his quest. When Valiant and his friends reach Camelot, they begin training to become knights of the round table and must help defend Camelot against anyone who wishes to harm the kingdom. All in all this is a great dvd to have in your collection.
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show never aired here in the bible belt, probably more on it's brainy layered plots than on any "upsetting" element. We're a borish clan of belicos chicken arena leather-heads who don't appreiciate such talent in writing or plot. I can't even imagine why this would be "upsetting" anyway except for the Patty Duke schnanigans with her Mordia character's finger bites(a poison thumb tack that's all). Didn't know this show even exhisted at all but got season one last year and it was unlike any "cartoon" (animation) I've ever seen as a child or adult! This aired when I was maybe 21 but I would have enjoyed it then as much as children yet no one did in my neck of the wood. I did breifly see a DVD commentary of "well, maybe a season two in the next release" by the tactfully sounding filmmaker in response to Noel North's over eager enthusiasm of her being a Knight in part two. That is why I am led here to see if that release became reality. Thier are only a handfull of major actors here but they are all profoundly talented and some extras are thrown in from time to time as Patty Duke's wonderfully witchy voice as Mordrea and other well known VO only talents that I've heard since childhood(Skeletor as Merlin?) Cam Clarke(Y2K He-man voice) is thrown in there at times too. I will close by saying this is the quality of Last unicorn as a movie but it is an entire series!
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