The Sword In The Stone

The Sword In The Stone
The Sword In The Stone

Film Details

Year

1963

Duration

76 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

The legend of King Arthur gets the Disney treatment in this lively animated adventure. Young Arthur (known as Wart) is a commoner in medieval England. He meets the eccentric Merlin the Magician, who attempts to teach him about the world, and discover his true purpose in life. Meanwhile, a magical sword is embedded in a stone in a London graveyard and only the rightful heir to the throne can ever pull it out. Could Arthur be the one? A charming version of the medieval story, memorably bringing the myths and legends to life.

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