American Record Guide
|"Wizards and Warriors." The Complete Directory to Prime Time
Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946 - Present. Ed. Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh.
6th ed. New York: Ballantine Books, 1995. 1143.
Wizards and Warriors
Prince Erik Greystone . . . Jeff Conaway
This period adventure with a sense of humor was set in the time of King Arthur's Court, when brave knights battled the forces of evil, with magic, sorcery, and sheer courage. The prize was the legendary Kingdom of Camarand, ruled by good King Baaldorf and Queen Lattinia. Their daughter, Princess Ariel, was betrothed to handsome Prince Erik Greystone, who, aided by his burly vassal Marko, was the principal defender of the realm. Evil Prince Dirk Blackpool was the archvillain, seeking to conquer Camarand through the black arts of Wizard Vector and sexy, decadent Witch Bethel. Prince Erik sometimes had the help of aged Wizard Tranquil, but often had to cope with no magical assistance at all. Justin was Erik's ne'er-do-well playboy brother, while Geoffrey was Blackpool's incompetent brother. Elaborate special effects such as ghosts, demons, powerful amulets, and fiery swords added visual impact to this short-lived fantasy.
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