Quest for Camelot
Release: May 15, 1998
Release: May 15, 1998

Warner Bros.' animated musical, based on Vera Chapman's novel "The King's Damosel". The movie is about a young girl named Kayley, who wanted to be a knight like her father, Sir Lionel. When Kayley's mother kidnapped by Ruber, Kayley go to the Forriben Forest and met Garret, the blind boy, and the two-headed dragon, Devon and Cornwall.

Bladebeak: "Bladebeak, at your service!"
Ruber: "You mythological moron!"
Kayley: "Garret, What Are You Doing?"
Garret: "I'm Driving!"
Kayley: "Are You *Sure* That's Such A Good Idea?"
Cornwall: "Come On, Baby, Light My Fire..."
Bladebeak: "Moving Bush! WHOO!"
Sir Lionel: "I'll Not Serve A False King."
Ruber: "Then Serve... A DEAD ONE!"
Cornwall: "Houston, We Have A Problem."
Kayley: "Hey, Ruber! I Will Not Serve A False King!"
Ruber: "typical, of all the evil creatures in the world i had to find on with table manners"
Garret: "what are you?"
Devon: "well frankly we're the reason cousins shouldn't marry"
Cornwall: "*sarcastically* oh great bunny of death"
Garret: "okay okay but no more singing!"
Devon: "how do you feel about interpetive dance?"
Garret: "thank you"
Kayley: "for what?"
Garret: "for reminding me why i am a hermit!"
Devon: "there's nothing sadder than a flame retardant dragon"
Cornwall: "I have a few words to say to you birdy dinner is served."
Devon: "Enchante, mademoiselle. I'm Devon, and this growth on my neck is Cornwall."
Bladebeak: "You've got to ask yourself one question. Do I feel - clucky? Well, do ya... punk?"
King Arthur: "You have reminded us that the strength of a kingdom is not based on the strength of the king, but on the strength of its people."
Cornwall: "I'm flying!! I did it, I did it!! I love me!! I love me!"
Derrick: "I love the interior design...I must have the name of his decorator."
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