Merlin Vol.2 DVD

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Episodes Comprise: Episode 7: When Arthur becomes besotted with a mysterious girl he could lose more than just his heart. Episode 8: A young druid boy on the run in Camelot is condemned to death by Uther but Merlin Arthur and Morgana feel compelled to help him. Episode 9: A mysterious Black Knight crashes his horse in through a window to challenge the knights of Camelot to single combat. Episode 10: Merlin's village is under attack from a ruthless group of bandits but can Merlin Arthur Morgana and Gwen save them? Episode 11: When Arthur kills a unicorn - a prize beast... - his knights celebrate but the prince has inadvertently brought a curse upon Camelot. Episode 12: When Gwen's father is arrested by Uther for helping a sorcerer Morgana reveals a surprising side of her character. Episode 13: As Arthur's life hangs in the balance Merlin is the only one who can save him - but at what price? [show more]

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Released
09 February 2009
Directors
 
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Format
DVD 
Publisher
2entertain 
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Runtime
315 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5051561028601 
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The final seven episodes from the first series of the BBC drama series set in the mythical city of Camelot, which tells the tale of the extraordinary relationship between the young King Arthur (Bradley James) and Merlin (Colin Morgan), the wise sorcerer who guides him to power and beyond. Episodes comprise: 'The Gates of Avalon', 'The Beginning of the End', 'Excalibur', 'The Moment of Truth', 'The Labyrinth of Gedre', 'To Kill the King' and 'Le Morte d'Arthur'.

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