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The Sword In The Stone – Famosa Action Figures

Characters: Sir Ector, Knight and horse
Label: Famosa
Made in: China, 2004

Characters: Sir Kay, Knight, Knight
Label: Famosa
Made in: China, 2004

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QUOTE OF THE DAY

‘It’s up to you how far you go. If you don’t try, you’ll never know’

–Merlin (Sword in the Stone)

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The Sword in the Stone, A Destiny Revealed. Part 2


That night in the kitchen, a despondent Wart (with a different voice artist) sits in silence as Merlin reappears; who has the good grace to apologise to Wart for being fired as Kay’s Squire, even if Merlin thinks it’s pointless as he assures Wart that education will help him. 1,733 more words

The Sword in the Stone: Finding a Destiny in a Crapsack World, Part 1

The Sword in the Stone
Director: Wolfgang Reitherman
Year: 1963

Opening up like a typical Disney Princess Storybook setting, we hear the narration in rhyme tell us all that the King has died, (never named so let’s just call him Uther Pendragon) and because he apparently died without issue, no one can figure out who the new King should be. 2,208 more words

The Sword in the Stone (1963) and The Jungle Book (1967)

Disney’s 18th and 19th animated features, The Sword in the Stone and The Jungle Book, might not seem the most natural pairing. A movie about the childhood of King Arthur and one about a boy raised in the jungle do not seem linked on the surface, but these two movies together symbolise so much of what was going on at Disney during the 60s and 70s, as well as sharing enough story elements that it’s perhaps more productive to talk about them as a pair. 2,421 more words