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The Sword in the Stone

The Sword in the Stone

"The Sword in the Stone" is a classic animated film produced by Walt Disney Productions in 1963. Based on the novel of the same name by T.H. White, this enchanting tale takes viewers on a magical journey through Arthurian legend.

The story centers around a young orphan named Arthur, also known as Wart, who stumbles upon an enchanted sword stuck in a stone. Little does he know that this significant discovery propels him on the path to becoming the rightful King of England. Guided by the wise and powerful wizard Merlin, Wart embarks on a series of adventures and undergoes transformative lessons that shape his destiny.

The cast of characters in "The Sword in the Stone" brings the story to life with their memorable voices and personalities. Wart is voiced by Rickie Sorensen, capturing the innocence and curiosity of the young hero. Merlin, the eccentric and knowledgeable wizard, is brilliantly portrayed by Karl Swenson, lending a sense of wisdom and humor to the film. The lovable owl, Archimedes, is voiced by Junius Matthews, providing comic relief and sage advice to Wart.

Other notable characters include the villainous sorceress Madame Mim, voiced by Martha Wentworth, and Sir Ector, Wart's foster father, voiced by Sebastian Cabot. The talented voice cast brings depth and emotion to each character, making them all the more engaging to the audience.

This delightful film, known for its whimsical animation and memorable musical numbers, has captured the hearts of audiences for generations. With songs such as "The Sword in the Stone" and "Higitus Figitus," the soundtrack adds an extra layer of magic to the story. Each musical number elevates the storytelling, allowing viewers to sing along and immerse themselves in the enchanting world of Camelot.

If you want to relive the enchantment of "The Sword in the Stone" or introduce it to new generations, you can easily play and download the delightful sounds from the movie. The soundtrack is available on various online music platforms, allowing fans to enjoy the timeless melodies at their convenience. Immerse yourself in the whimsical tunes and relive the adventure of Arthur and his noble quest.

"The Sword in the Stone" stands as a beloved classic that continues to captivate audiences with its magic and charm. With its endearing characters, memorable musical numbers, and timeless message, this Disney masterpiece remains a treasured part of the animation world. Whether you're a fan of Arthurian legend, fantasy films, or simply heartwarming tales, this enchanting movie is definitely worth watching. Immerse yourself in the world of knights and wizards and let the magic of "The Sword in the Stone" transport you to a realm of wonder.

A dark age indeed!
A fish has plenty of other problems without that.
A highly educated owl.
A human boy.
A human boy. Not a real sq...
A legend is sung
A prognosticator. I have the power to see into the future.
A scrawny little sparrow with a beak full of soot.
A skinny kid like that would make a cracking good chimney sweep.
A stooge for that big lunk, Kay.
A sword! Oh, Archimedes, a sword!
A tiny speck in the universe.
After all, I happen to be a wizard.
After all, I, I took him in, adopted the lad, you might say.
After all, my boy, you are a fish. I Instinct, you know.
After you, madam.
Age of inconvenience.
Ah, ah, ah, ah, Merlin!
Ah, here's to Sir Kay. And who knows?
Ah, let's start... Eh... Oh. Where was I, boy?
Ah, well, we'll change all that. There's got to be a shake up.
Ah, you know, lad...
Ah. There he is.
Ah... D D... This is not the the the the...
Ah... Duh... Hoppity hip hip.
Aha! Here we go.
Aha. There, you see. Well, that's enough. Now, develop your brain.
Alakazam!
Alakazam!
Alakazam!
Alika fez, balika zez Malaca mez meripedes
All I know is that someone will be coming. Someone very important.
All right now. One and a two and a three and a four!
All right, boy, let's have the miracle.
All right, boy. All set. Here we go.
All right, Marvin. Turn her off. I'm convinced.
All right, Merlin. I'll smash you good, you old crab!
All right, Mr Know It All, he's your pupil.
All right, then we better get a move on. Come on, come on, lad. Pick up the pace. Pick it up.
All right! All right. Have it your way, Archimedes.
All right. I shall demonstrate.
All right. It works every time.
All right. Say when, lad.
All right. Sugar. Sugar?
An education, lad.
An indoor blizzard. And in the month of July.
An old human.
And a scrawny little fellow.
And after such a big breakfast?
And And now if you don't mind...
And believe me, you can have it.
And below the hilt in letters of gold...
And certainly a great deal better than you do.
And England was still without a king.
And get in the water, you won't last long.
And he will also find that the world is merely...
And here's to the banner of the Castle of the Forest Suavage.
And I happen to be the world's most powerful wizard.
And I most certainly agree.
And I thought you were going to amount to something!
And if you don't mind, I happen to be a bird.
And in time, the marvellous sword was forgotten.
And it also goes around.
And jousting and horsemanship.
And just what are you gonna do about it?
And knights were brave and bold
And lots and lots of sunshine!
And no one could decide
And nobody asked you to come along in the first place.
And right on schedule, if if all goes well.
And say that's how it's meant to be
And so, my lad as I've explained
And that is what I call a" wizard blizzard."
And that is what you must expect
And that miracle appeared
And that's what makes the world go 'round
And the 20th century.
And the best way to learn it is to do it.
And the glorious reign of King Arthur was begun.
And the Wart's just as hot for it as the rest of them.
And to every being of every kind it is discombooberating
And we'll have you knighted by Christmas and off to London. What do you say?
And where... where would you guess he is at this very moment?
And worrying the living daylights out of everybody?
And you caught me, Mim!
And you will, Archimedes. You will.
And, and his magic is good too.
And, boy, that's the biggest fish story I ever heard.
And... Oh!
Anyone can pull it once it's been pulled.
Anyone's got better sense than to go barging off in that infernal forest alone.
Aqua digi tarium.
Aquarius aquaticus aqualitus quum.
Aquarius aquaticus aqualitus.
Ar Ar Archimedes. Archimedes, wh where, where, where are we?
Archimedes, what, what is that fish formula?
Archimedes, would you mind sailing down there and, and...
Archimedes!
Archimedes! Have you seen that, uh...
Archimedes! Help!
Archimedes! I'll turn you into a human.
Are called the primaries.
Are you sure this is the first time that you've...
Aren't I hideous, boy? Perfectly revolting?
Be with you in just a minute, son. Packing's almost done.
Before you're through, he'll be so mixed up, he'll, he'll be wearing his shoes on his head.
Being his foster father, well, I'm responsible.
Bermuda? Yes, back from Bermuda...
Besides, that's the Wart's job. One of his duties.
Best room in the house!
Better leave it alone!
Better take the side door, Wart. Out the side door.
Big news. Really big news.
Black magic of the worst kind!
Black sorcery is my dish of tea
Boy, boy, boy.
Boy, now, you can't...
Boy? Boy? Well, I see no boy.
Brains and brawn Weak and strong
But as you can see...
But I, but I can't read.
But I... I don't have the time. I have page duties.
But I'm afraid there's no time to explain.
But I've got to get back to the castle. They'll want me in the kitchen.
But if he thinks that he can get rid of me, I've got news for that old walrus.
But if you don't stop that flippity flopping around...
But in this blazing hot weather, it's the best room in the house.
But it's only skin deep for zim zaberim zim
But it's true, sir.
But just watch, boy, just watch. You'll get the idea.
But Kay's got to have a sword.
But that's nothing, nothing for me.
But the main thing is you must...
But, ah, I would suggest plenty of rest...
By George, I I I... I'll, I'll... I'll turn him into a minnow.
By George!
C Castle? Castle?
Can you imagine yourself as a fish?
Can't you remember one blasted thing?
Centuries into the future!
Charge!
Clear the way for new ideas.
Come off it, man. Gadzooks!
Come on, Kay! To the attack!
Come on, let's get a rhythm. Right, left.
Come on, man. Drop the bridge.
Come on, son. I I knew he'd give us trouble.
Come on, son. Let's go, let's go.
Come, come, who are you, my lad?
Coming! I'm coming.
Confound it all!
Congratulations, boy!
D D Did you get the point?
D, E, F, and now the G.
D... Oh! D... Of all the idiotic...
De Des De Destroy?
De Destroy me?
Did I say no purple dragons? Did I?
Did you hear that, Wart? Hobbs is going to be Kay's squire.
Do you know all about birds' wings?
Do you want to be all muscle and no brain?
Don't be a mediocrity
Don't tell me you're going in there.
Don't you even remember the boy?
Don't, don't you get any foolish ideas that magic will solve all your problems.
Downright dangerous.
Dum doodly doodly doodly dum This is the best part now.
Ector! Sir Ector! The kitchen!
Educated owl? Say, that's a good one.
Eh, report to the cook!
Eight hours a day. We'll have six hours for schoolroom and two for study period.
Eleven, twelve years old.
English. Latin. French.
Even in these bungling, backward, medieval times...
Every flick of a fin creates movement.
Everybody butting their heads against a brick wall. All muscle and no mentality.
Everything complicated.
Face all all all puffed up like a toad!
Fate will direct him to me so that I, in turn...
First the A, and now the B.
First, I... I'd better explain the mechanics of a bird's wing.
First, you break out into spots.
Flying is not merely some crude mechanical process.
Flying machine model?
Followed by hot and cold flashes.
For every high there is a low
For every stop there is a go
For every to there is a fro
For every up there is a down
For the blue oak tree on the fie ie ie ie ield
For the blue oak tree on the field of white
For the crown of all England...
For the strong preyed upon the weak.
For this discombooberation
For this discombooberation
Forgot my sword?
Gadzooks!
Gauge the distance carefully.
Get it first. Then who knows? Are you willing to try?
Go ahead, son.
Go away!
Go on, go on.
Go on, go on. You got lots of room.
Go to it, Kay. Give it all you got.
Got me tail, now! Madam, just a minute.
Great future. Hah!
Greater than gravity?
Greetings, old boy. And what's all the noise about London, hmm?
Guest room! Unwelcome guest room!
Ha ha!
Ha ha! Of course, of course!
Ha ha. Fat chance of that.
Ha! Well, we'll just see.
Had come to pass in that far off time upon New Year's Day...
Hah!
Hail King Arthur Long live the King
Hail King Arthur! Long live the King!
Hang it all!
Hard times, you know, Marvin.
He certainly is. That boy's got real spark. Lots of spirit.