In 12th century England, the legendary Sir Lancelot du Lac battles injustice, greed, and prejudice while serving King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table. Nothing will stand in the way of Camelot's most charismatic hero as he and Squire Brian brave catapults and conspirators in this rousing adventure series, which ran from 1955 to 1957.
The Ferocious Fathers: Lancelot is caught up in a Romeo and Juliet-like struggle between the lovesick children of two warring feudal lords.
Lady Lilith: When an unjust law gives Lady Lilith's inherited estate to her sometime suitor, Sir Liones, Lancelot attempts to play matchmaker to the combative couple.
The Ruby of Radnor: King Arthur trusts Cousin Everard with the crown jewels and the priceless ruby of Radnor. The royal relative, however, arranges for the treasures to be stolen and for a crusading Lancelot to be jailed in his castle.
The Outcast: Despite Lancelot's endorsement of Squire Brian's candidacy for knighthood, the young man endures intimidation by Round Table regulars. Guest star - Patrick McGoohan.
Caledon: Lancelot encounters the noble steed Caledon, mightiest warhorse in all of Britain.
Shepherd's War: A band of murderous knights terrorize a shepherd village.
Sir Bliant: Merlin's magic spell makes Lancelot appear to be the aging nobleman, Sir Bliant. The counterfeit "Sir Bliant" teaches his brutal, lawless sons some manners.
The Knight with the Red Plume: Lancelot must fight Sir Kay to the death in order to become a knight of King Arthur's Round Table.
The Black Castle: Weakling apprentice Sir Cedric single-handedly captures the impregnable Black Castle.
The Magic Book: An invading Danish army threatens Camelot, leaving Merlin and Lancelot the sole defenders of priceless manuscripts.
The Queen's Knight: Guenivere is abducted by evil Sir Mordred. Attempting to free his queen, Lancelot is also taken prisoner.
Winged Victory: Lancelot is repeatedly tortured but refuses to reveal Arthur's secret battle plans.
Knight Errant: Princess Helen will be subjected to a forced marriage unless Lancelot can rescue her kidnapped lover.
Missing Princess: Besieged villagers capture a princess and threaten to burn her at the stake unless her father, King Athelred, ceases his aggressive actions against them.
The Pirates: A band of pillaging pirates plot a clever ruse to draw the Knights of the Round Table away from the castle, leaving Camelot's crown jewels undefended.
The Ugly Duckling: A king's daughter is the target of kidnap threats, but Lancelot believes she's in no danger. Her sudden disappearance proves him wrong.