In our desire to provide suitable entertainment for our fathers or family, we watched Pendragon.
It was pretty much a C‐grade movie. The acting was OK, in some instances. None of us thought the heroine was beautiful enough. But the thing that killed it for us was the American accents. Somehow we have been conditioned to expect that any historical film reflecting that era should have actors and actresses with English (British) accents.
(Image courtesy of the film production company’s site.)