The Sword In The StoneThe Sword In The Stone (1963) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Walt Disney Studios
- Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
- Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
- Cartoon Characters: Arthur (Wart), Merlin, Madame Mim, Sir Ector, Sir Kay, Archimedes, Sir Pelenore, Black Bart, Scullery Maid.
- Vocal Talent: Sebastian Cabot (Ector, Narrator), Karl Swenson (Merlin), Rickie Sorenson (Wart), Richard Reitherman (Wart), Robert Reitherman (Wart), Norman Alder (Kay), Alan Napier (Pelinore), Barbara Jo Allen (Scullery Maid), Martha Wentworth (Madame Mim, Squirrel, Scullery Maid), Junius Matthews (Archimedes), Ginny Tyler (Little Girl Squirrel); Thurl Ravenscroft, Jim Macdonald, Tudor Owen (The Mello Men).
- Directed By Wolfgang Reitherman.
- Produced By Walt Disney.
Production Supervision: Ken Peterson.
- Animated By Hal King, Eric Cleworth, Cliff Nordberg, Eric Larson, John Sibley, Hal Ambro, Dick N. Lucas.
Directing Animators: Frank Thomas, Milt Kahl (Sir Ector, Sir Kay), Ollie Johnston (as Oliver M. Johnston Jr) [as Ollie Johnston (as Oliver M. Johnston Jr)], John Lounsbery.
Effects Animators: Dan MacManus, Jack Boyd, Jack Buckley.
- Written By Bill Peet.
Book "The Sword In The Stone": T. H. White.
- Edited By Donald Halliday.
- Art Direction: Ken Anderson.
- Layouts: Don Griffith, Basil Davidovich, Vance Gerry, Sylvia Cobb, Dale Barnhart, Homer Jonas.
- Backgrounds: Walt Peregoy, Bill Layne, Al Dempster, Anthony Rizzo, Ralph Hulett, Fil Mottola.
- Sound Supervisor: Robert O. Cook.
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When good King Pendragon dies, he leaves no one to succeed him- just a sword stuck through an anvil that stands on a stone. Written on it is the instruction that whoever is able to pull the sword from the stone and anvil is the rightful king of England. Young... (more)