- The song "If Ever I Would Leave You" (erroneously called "If Ever I Should Leave You" in the citation), was nominated for a Golden Globe Award as Best Original Song Written For A Motion Picture, even though it was not written especially for the film but for the original stage production of "Camelot", and all the other nominees were songs especially written for films. This is the only instance in the history of the Golden Globe Awards that this has happened.
- Alan Jay Lerner used the film screenplay, rather than his original stage version, as the basis for the 1980's Broadway revival of "Camelot".
- The Great Hall of Camelot took up nearly an entire sound stage at Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood, and was one of the largest indoor sets built up to that time.
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