The Sword in the Stone
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The Sword in the Stone is a 1963 American animated musical fantasy comedy film produced by Walt Disney and released by Buena Vista Distribution.
Why It Rocks
- Like the majority of Disney films, the animation has great quality in it.
- Madam Mim is a hilarious villain.
- Excellent characterization.
- It has a motivational soundtrack.
- Great voice acting.
- The fourth-wall breaking is funny.
- Arthur's voice is inconsistent throughout due to being played by three different actors. He was initially voiced by Rickie Sorensen, but entered puberty during production which forced director Wolfgang Reitherman to replace him with his sons Richard and Robert (who both sound closely similar to each other because of this).
- The infamous eye-roll inducing reused animation.