Yes, yes, there's John Boorman's Excalibur, a flawed film with with some great parts.
His usual sword, as well known as Arthur's Excalibur, was Skofnungr.
It's King Arthur himself, with Excalibur, his famous sword, in his hand.
He stuck to generalities, and what he could remember from a presentation at the court of Excalibur during his student days.
The loot might run as high as a half-billion Excalibur stellars.
He gave the emperor many a stroke with Excalibur, but he himself received deep blows.
If they had they would fall on Excalibur in a body and roll him over and pull him about.
But Accolon was bolde by cause of Excalibur that he waxed passynge hardy.
Excalibur's intellect may have been lofty, but his memory was treacherous.
This is the place that Tennyson selected for the King's death, and the mysterious disappearance of his famous sword "Excalibur."
King Arthur's sword, c.1300, from Old French Escalibor, corruption of Caliburn, in Geoffrey of Monmouth (c.1140) Caliburnus, apparently from Welsh Caledvwlch probably a variant of the legendary Irish sword name Caladbolg which may be literally "hard-belly," i.e. "voracious." For first element, see callus; for second, see belly (n.).
The sword of King Arthur. In one version of the legends of Arthur, he proved his right to rule by pulling Excalibur out of a stone. In another version, he received Excalibur from a maiden, the Lady of the Lake, to whom he returned it at the end of his life.