Paradoxically, these qualities made him the perfect successor as Camelot caretaker.
But the Camelot image as applied to the Kennedy presidency had some unfortunate and unforeseen consequences.
I do have a certain fondness for the film version of Camelot, but only because I never got to see the stage play.
Mrs. Kennedy, interpreting the gist of the exchange, signaled to White that Camelot must be kept in the text.
And not as a cartoon (Disney's The Sword in the Stone) or a musical ( Camelot) either.
So they came afterwards to the land, and rode on their way to Camelot, and reached it after many days.
Leila went with her, and told the driver to stop at Camelot Mansions.
Practically all of them, however, were bound together by the thread that led from the court of the great King Arthur at Camelot.
Then after a while they took their helms and rode together to Camelot.
King Arthur is making his Christmas feast with his court at Camelot.
a name first found in medieval French romances; it corresponds to Latin Camuladonum, the Roman forerunner of Colchester, which was an impressive ruin in the Middle Ages. But Malory identifies it with Winchester and Elizabethans tended to see it as Cadbury Castle, an Iron Age hill fort near Glastonbury.