The advertisements for this DVD suggest that it will give you the true and historical story of Camelot. Alas, it falls far short of that--far, far short. In the end Camelot is a mere fairy tale, not hard history. The disk covers the myths, and they are nothing more. The disk provides some vague commentaries by professors and the like. Leonard Nimoy poses dozens of rhetorical questions in a tone that implies he is actually telling the viewer something of import. But rhetorical questions are used because there just isn't anything else.
There are no reliable documents from the period in which King Arthur lived. Every thing written about him and Camelot came centuries later. There is no documented site of where Camelot stood. Surely no one believes that the Lady of the Lake actually reached up with Excalibur. No one believes in Merlin or Morgan la Fey or that young Arthur pulled the stone out of a rock. No serious person believes in the Easter Bunny either.
The story of Camelot is a pretty story, after all. It is not history. Cinderella wasn't fitted for a glass slipper either, but we suspend our disbelief willingly and enjoy the fiction. Shine too bright a light on it, and the piece dies.