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A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
('Mark Twain classic')
In an attempt to free himself, a Nineteenth Century factory owner exploits his knowledge of history when he wakes up from a fight in Camelot and finds himself placed under arrest by none other than the legendary King Arthur.
Air Dates:
First Run - January 8, 1976
Repeat - November 18, 1976
Repeat - September 1, 1979
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3 Responses to Episode 0411

MARK TWAIN SERIES: CBS Radio Mystery Theater produced a total of eleven adaptations from Mark Twain's works for the show; nine were written by Sam Dann with Ian Martin writing only two. [0119] The Real Printer's Devil [0408] Tom Sawyer, Detective [0409] Is He Living or Is He Dead? [0410] The Belated Russian Passport [0411] A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court [0412] The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg [0413] The Stolen White Elephant [0414] The Mysterious Stranger [0937] The Dead House [0984] A Curious Experience [1002] The Goddess Caper** The show always tried to kick off each new year of their Anniversary (in early January) with a weeklong series written by the same author, and so Sam Dann wrote episodes 408 through 414 to launch the start of their third season. **1002 was based on “The Legend of the Capitoline Venus”

I vaguely remember reading the original story. Still a good, light-hearted story and a fairly good adaptation (from what I remember).

Heh. The commercial on the metric system cracked me up. Here we are 40 years later and we still purchase gas by the gallon not the liter and all the speed limits are listed in Mile Per Hour instead of Kilometers Per Hour. - Anyway... another fine adaption of a Mark Twain classic by RMT. Enjoyed it very much!

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