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Animation Addicts Podcast #156: ‘The Sword in the Stone’ – Return of the Disney Theories

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It’s the Xerox era! Morgan and Chelsea take on Disney’s 1963 classic, The Sword in the Stone!

Highlights

  • Thank you to our patron, Chloe Boyd, for nominating this episode!
  • Catch ‘n’ Fire with with our special guest and patron, Alex Pilgrim!
  • Nerdy Couch Discussion: Music in animation through the ages and to come
  • Main discussion: The Sword in the Stone
  • This came from the novel, The Once and Future King
  • Disney storybook openings in the canon: Can you name them all?
  • ….And we’re singing!
  • Music and lyrics by the Sherman Brothers with George Bruns with the score
  • “Say what you want, I like it.” -Chelsea, on the Xerox era
  • Arthur was voiced by three different boys
  • Merlin was the predecessor to the Genie.
  • Merlin, what is the point?
  • How do they have so many dishes?
  • “What what?! What what what?!” Archimedes: Owl, or transformed human?
  • What is Merlin’s past relationship with Madam Mim?
  • Voicemail: Bethany, Jared, Alex, & Andres
  • Bloopers: It’s a Wizard’s Duel! Flynn Rider a.k.a. Eugene from Tangled vs. Dimitri from Anastasia
  • Don’t forget to use the hashtags #AnimationAddicts and #AnimationAddicts156 when talking about this episode on Twitter!

Runtime: 01:28:57,  65.8 MB

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Edited by: Morgan Stradling

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About Chelsea Robson

Chelsea Robson, Co-host of the Animation Addicts Podcast, studied studio engineering and is a singer/songwriter and is know as “The World Traveler of the Podcast.” She speaks fluent Portuguese, loves being outdoors, hiking small mountains, riding horses, and talking about human nature.

  • Chelsea Warner

    I don’t know why, but I like this movie. Sure the plot is thin, but I think it’s great for mindless entertainment. I am looking forward to the live action remake.

    Also not a canon movie, but Mickey’s Prince and the Pauper opens with a book.

  • Dodo Life

    Something I find funny si that I grew up watching this movie in Spanish. And the nickname they have for Arthur is very different in Spanish. In Spanish they call him grillo that is cricket in English. When I found out they called in wart in the English version I was like whaaaat that’s sounds so gross. Hahaha
    Love the podcasts.

  • dlizsehshus

    The movie to me is just pure fun. The fact that the plot is thin never bothered me. The charcters were entertaining so were the action set pieces.

    The book is vastly different so you can’t really compare it much.

    “Song of the South” isn’t canon? Walt Disney personally worked on the film and one of the most popular rides in Disneyland is connected to it. It most definitely is canon.