Red Knight

Red Knight is a title borne by several characters in Arthurian legend.

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Checkmate (ballet) - Synopsis
... The main conflict of the story concerns the Red Knight's love for the Black Queen ... in gold represents Love and chooses the red side ... The ballet proper begins with the Red Pawns assembling on the chessboard ...
Red Knight (disambiguation)
... The Red Knight is the name of several characters in the Arthurian legend ... Red Knight can also refer to An alternative name for the Black knight in chess, where (as is the case in Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll) the white pieces are ... The Red Knights, Manchester United supporters group planning a takeover of the club in 2010 Red Knight (aircraft), a Canadian aerobatics show Red Knight (Forgotten Realms ...
Children Of The Red King - Plot Summaries - Charlie Bone and The Red Knight
... Badlock, and Olivia "taken over," it looks like Charlie's only hope is the mysterious Red Knight ... The Red Knight is revealed to be none other than Lyell Bone himself, who wanted to watch his son near to him, but in a disguise ...
Red Knight - Popular Culture
... In the 1998 animated film Quest for Camelot, The Red Knight is given the name Sir Ruber (voiced by Gary Oldman, and is portrayed as a power-hungry ... Red Knight is also a character in the film "Cable Guy" As quoted by Jim Carrey "Red knight's going down, down, down, down." ...
Scooby Doo: Mystery Mayhem - Plot
... The brothers explain that a particular Red Knight is causing mayhem and havoc in the studio ... The group and the other Milton brother set up a trap for the Red Knight, who is revealed to be Robert ... the brothers refused, so he started dressing up as the knight to scare them and workers away ...

Famous quotes containing the words knight and/or red:

    By a knight of ghosts and shadows
    I summon’d am to a tourney
    Ten leagues beyond the wide world’s end:
    Methinks it is no journey.
    —Unknown. Tom o’ Bedlam’s Song (l. 57–60)

    Take a red book called TELEPHONE,
    size eight by four. There it sits.
    My red book, name, address and number.
    These are all people that I somehow own.
    Yet some of these names are counterfeit.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)