The Sword in the Stone

The Sword in the Stone

Director: Wolfgang Reitherman Cast: Norman Alden, Sebastian Cabot, Junius Matthews

DVD (Anniversary Edition / Wide Screen)

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Product Details

Release Date: 08/06/2013
UPC: 0786936834925
Original Release: 1963
Rating: G
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:19:00
Sales rank: 1,196

Special Features

Music Magic: The Sherman Brothers Sing along with The Movie Bonus short: "A Knight For a Day"

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Norman Alden Kay
Sebastian Cabot Sir Ector
Junius Matthews Archimedes
Alan Napier Sir Pelinore
Rickie Sorenson Wart
Karl Swenson Merlin the Magician
Barbara Jo Allen Scullery Maid [uncredited]
Martha Wentworth Mad Madame Mim,Granny Squirrel,Voice Only
Mello Men Voice Only

Technical Credits
Wolfgang Reitherman Director
Hal Ambro Animator
George Bruns Score Composer
Donald Halliday Editor
Milt Kahl Animator
Ken Anderson Art Director
Hal King Animator
Eric Larson Animator
John Lounsbery Animator
Dick Lucas Animator
Cliff Nordberg Animator
Bill Peet Screenwriter
Frank Thomas Animator

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Sword in the Stone
1. Opening Credits [1:39]
2. "The Legend of the Sword In The Stone" [1:15]
3. Wart Drops In For Tea [5:31]
4. "Higitus Figitus" [4:19]
5. At Sir Ector's Castle [1:37]
6. Big News From London [2:35]
7. A Magical Education For Wart [5:08]
8. "That's What Makes The World Go Round" [2:54]
9. A Medieval Assembly Line [5:22]
10. "A Most Befuddling Thing" [:10]
11. Meanwhile, Back At The Castle [3:12]
12. Archimedes Takes Over Wart's Education [5:19]
13. Wart Tries His Wings [3:53]
14. Madam Mim [:20]
15. The Duel of the Wizards [1:56]
16. Wart Is Made A Squire [1:26]
17. King Arthur [2:27]

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The Sword in the Stone 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
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A perfect blend of Science, Mythology, & Silliness for all ages. You can't go wrong with this selection. Both animation and script are first rate. The film addresses ethics, self determination, and class status without being boring or heavyhanded. Though the circumstances of the hero are sometimes dire, there is so much light hearted fun, especially with furry woodland criters and fantasic beast, that even the smallest children will be entertained. The picture is relatively short and fast paced. A must for any wellrounded children's animation library. Easily one of Disney's best.
toddlermom More than 1 year ago
This is a replacement for our VCR tape. We're tired of rewinding it for all the times we watch it.
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I'm not usually a big fan of Disney but this film was absolutely marvelous. I especially liked the part where Merlin insisted that an education was crutial for any young child(even in the dark ages) which was a consistent theme thoughout the whole film. Another part I thought was really cute was the part where Merlin told us of the forces of the Universe. I'd always thought there were only 4. That is, strong nuclear force, weak nuclear force, gravity and electomagnitism. The fifth I now know is LOVE or more simply put LIFE. Splendid film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This cartoon is beautiful. I have watched it about 3000 times. I am in college and a lot of my friends love it. We watch it all the time. The characters are lovable, even the Mad Madame, Merlin's antagonist. I recommend this cartoon to everyone, whether you're 5 or 95. It is wonderful.