The Sword In The Stone

The legend of King Arthur, via the novel of T.H. White, was treated with modern touches by the Disney studios to appeal to the funny bone. This works well but dampens the mystical quality of the legend. In fact, when the lad Arthur pulls the sword out of the stone and is thus made king of England, he does so just to pry open a door. The concentration is...read more

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The beauty of adapting the King Arthur legend is its historical vagueness. If experts can't even agree whether or not the man lived, then that leaves plenty of freedom to mess around. At turns the legend has been magical (Excalibur), sanitized (The S… Read more

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