New Movies: The Castle That Never Was

Don't let it be forgot
That once there was a spot
For one brief shining moment
That was known as Camelot.

It is not difficult to appreciate the nostalgia of the public—which included John Kennedy—for the place and the musical called Camelot. A golden blend of song and story, it celebrated the fabled, far-off landscape of the English soul, where it never rained till after sun down and where by royal decree summer lingered through September. By Broadway standards, no musical ever had a more regal lineage. Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, the creators of...

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