Movie: The Sword in the Stone [1963] Movie: The Sword in the Stone [1963]

Movie: The Sword in the Stone [1963] Movie: The Sword in the Stone [1963]

[last lines]



Merlin:
Why, they might even make a motion picture about you.



Arthur:
Motion picture?



Merlin:
Oh. Well, that's something like television... without commercials.

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[Merlin turns Arthur back into a human and Arthur laughs, which causes the girl squirrel to gasp.]



Arthur:
There, now you see? I'm not a squirrel, I'm a boy.


[the girl squirrel chirps as if asking a question.]



Arthur:
I tired to tell you. I'm a boy. A human boy!


[the girl squirrel climbs up to a knot on her tree and sniffs.]



Arthur:
Oh! If only you could understand.


[the girl squirrel runs up to the hole in the tree and cries her heart out as Arthur remorsefully walks away.]



Merlin:
Ah, you know, lad, that love business is a powerful thing.


[the girl squirrel watches Arthur slowly walk away from her hole and sobs.]



Arthur:
Greater than gravity?



Merlin:
Well yes, boy, in its way...yes, I'd say it's the greatest force on earth.


[the girl squirrel climbs to the top of her tree to get once last look at Arthur and sobs one last time as the screen fades to black.]

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Archimedes the Owl:
Wha-what's up, boy? What's going on?



Arthur:
They're having a Wizard's Duel. What's that mean?



Archimedes the Owl:
Oh, it's a battle of wits. The players change themselves to different things in an attempt to... to... destroy one another.



Arthur:
D-d-des-destroy?



Archimedes the Owl:
Just watch, boy. Just watch. You'll get the idea.

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Sir Ector:
[on Archimedes] Ah, I get it! You've got him under a spell, Marvin. You're a magician, eh?



Merlin:
The name is *Merlin* and I happen to be the world's most powerful wizard!



Sir Ector:
[laughing] Come off it, man! Gadzooks, ha-ha-ha...!



Merlin:
All right, I shall demonstrate.


[clears throat]



Merlin:
Higitus, Figitus, Migitus Moe, Wind and snow, *swirl and blow*!


[snow billows out of the end of Merlin's wand and covers Sir Ector]

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Arthur:
Oh, Merlin! You're back from Ber... Ber...



Merlin:
Bermuda? Yes, back from Bermuda and the 20th century. And believe me, you can have it. One big modern mess!

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