If you are looking for a VHS or R0 DVD copy of the film
Alex and his friends thought Excalibur was just a legend...they were wrong!
Cast | Notes | Pictures | Soundtrack | Summary - Official | Together Again
|Alex Cole||Johnny Morina|
|Jenny Ferguson||Maggie Castle|
|James 'Scar' Scarsdale||Justin Borntraeger|
|Mr. Cole||Peter Aykroyd|
|Waitress Cindy||Mélany Goudreau|
|Sheriff Ferguson||James Rae|
|Butch Scarsdale||Michael Ironside|
|Mrs. Ferguson||Barbara Jones|
|State Trooper||Charles Powell|
Directed by Robert Tinnell
Written by David Sherman & Robert Tinnell
Made for cable, but did play in Canada.
89 minutes, Melenny Productions
Dolby surround, closed captioned, Hi-Fi, item #CF155 by Cabin Fever Entertainment
Alex und das Schwert (Germany)
Cover - Front
VHS Cover - Back
"Say it ain't So" - Written & Performed by Murray Head
"Little Kid Blues" - Written by Tony Roman, Performed by Angelo Finalin & Jerry De Villier, Jr.
"Rap for Alex" - Written & Performed by Ossey Aeline
"Tamy's Party" - Written & Performed by Tamy Peddle
"Non-stop Fun" - Written & Performed by Jerry De Villier, Jr.
Eleven-year-old Alex and his fellow homemade
heroes are having a backyard blast. Battles rage, knights fight and damsels
distress in a cardboard Camelot of dirt-bike steeds, aluminum foil sabers and
plastic armor. The summer fun and fantasy soon become a marvelous, mystical
reality with the touch of a sword. Malcolm McDowell, Michael Ironside and bright
newcomer Johnny Morina star in a modern-day adventure filled with medieval
One fateful afternoon, Alex comes across a sword sunk in stone - King Arthur's legendary Excalibur! The sword holds untold powers of strength, magic and wisdom. With one motion, Alex frees the sword, Merlin the Magician appears, and Alex discovers the awesome power he'd always dreamed about. But to misuse Excalibur is to lose Excalibur...as Alex soon discovers. Now with Merlin vanished, Alex must prove himself worthy of the sword to bring back the magic. He'd better act fast - his friends need his power now more than ever!
1998 - Malcolm and Michael Ironside were both in Southern Cross.
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