The Sword in the Stone (45th Anniversary Special Edition)
45th Anniversary Special Edition
- Aspect Ratio : 1.33:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English, Spanish, French
- Product Dimensions : 19.05 x 13.97 x 1.27 cm; 113.4 Grams
- Manufacturer reference : 57080
- Media Format : Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Special Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen
- Run time : 1 hour and 19 minutes
- Release date : 17 June 2008
- Dubbed: : French, Spanish
- Subtitles: : French, Spanish
- Language : English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French, Unqualified, Spanish
- Studio : Walt Disney Video
- ASIN : B0015XWU9U
- Number of discs : 1
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Humor, spectacle and magic rule in Walt Disney's legendary classic tale THE SWORD IN THE STONE -- now celebrating its 45th Anniversary with exciting new bonus features! Embark on an adventure-filled quest for an unlikely hero! According to legend, only someone with honor, decency and inner strength can claim the throne of England -- by pulling out the enchanted sword that lies locked in a massive stone. Many brave knights have tried, so it seems impossible that a young apprentice known as Wart could succeed. But with the guidance of the wizard Merlin, help from some hilarious friends and true strength of character, Wart just might become England's greatest king. There's even more wizardry fun with marvelous new bonus features including the all-new Merlin's Magical Academy game, animated shorts, Disney's song selection and much more! THE SWORD IN THE STONE: 45TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EDITION DVD is a magical experience your whole family will want to share again and again.
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It was purchased for my niece. She is an adult with down syndrome and just loves this film. Her disc broke about a week ago. It was a huge surprise to her that it was replaced so quickly.
It was delivered directly to their address without any problems
I am very pleased and my niece thinks her Uncle is the best.
I don't expect 4K remastered in all its glory, just a decent quality digitization.
But, "penny" for studying Mannix was what I needed to define, the past 2 years.
"Sum", in the synonym definition under "numbers" in the World book dictionary: "number" applies to the total reached by counting the persons or things in a group or collection. (then, sum) "Sum" applies to the total reaached by adding figures or things.
Since with life work, family and co-workers, everybody, trained me in my numbers, mathematical mind.
"Penny", as a undefined word the past 2 years threw me.
(My math mind).
(My talk, writing, everything).
(Living from day to day).
I lost judgement.
To really get what "sum" means.
Because the important definition is: "sum of money" for "penny". (dad gave me every penny, for my career (example sentence)).
Mannix, a 70s TV series, the genius creator, Bruce Geller. Says "every penny" and to get the word "sum" defined and then the synonym definition was utterly life saving, Giving me back my power, to live, to say the least.
A recent reduction in computer prices, making available $100 computers and a ring/necklace fan to blow away permanet worsening car exhaust fumes.
Gave me relaxation and time to look up the sum synonym definition.
(your judgement returns, especially when your life training in counting dishes, counting trash emptied, counting everything you do, trained into you is LIKE PENNIES.
And Bruce Geller, genius, you have to duplicate him when he says "every penny" was given to me.
("Sum of money").
Americans (Bruce Geller) speak Engliish and YOU HAVE TO GET EVERY WORD.
My favorite talking drill, in Scientology (a religion) returned: talking against interference)
I'm reporting it all under "pinfeathers".
"Sword in the stone".
(Disney's last picture he made. (1972 and 1983)
The dates I saw it: 1972 and 1983.
The re-release date is 1963.
Well: I'm Chinese, American born.
I chose Mannix 2 years ago because the theme song appealed to me.
I defined "pinfeathers", (in between, then and now) and defining it has really let me be me, in a body and still be a spiritual being.
Especially after "sum" (the synonym definition) is defined for the definition for "penny", "a sum of money".
(next, I break and interruprt to eat and find my hose to one of my water pick tooth/brushing is melted and repair it, using thread (strenght to tightly hold the two ends together) a new type of "bondic" which uses ultra violet light to grips the burnt ends. It can even be a sort of vice holding together while you do a real seal with Phil Swift liquid (takes 24 hours to dry or 48).
(It saves $60 going down the drain).
(In the bathroom cutting/destroying for the first time, in two years. What I learned from living in LA from 1996-2001 (they are earthquake people, having lived through many and I saw them destroy to rebuild MANY times over. From making holes in cement walls to ripping out the innards of a building to get a cooling system, for the warm weather year round).
(I cut a cardboard box wall, letting me pour water into my holding tank for water in my water pik).
(Not actually brought up to be this way (I'm Chinese)).
(It's been therapeutic many times over to BE destructive, while earning a living being a garbage emptier, or a construstion worker).
(Okay, it doesn't build skyscrapers).
(I built a street).
(But it's something).
(I got my sanity back to 2 years ago).
(Just by defining "sum" the synonym definition).
("Sum" of money).
(For "every penny" was given to me.
(sum of money)).
(There's also a story way baack, 35 years ago called "sum of moments" (some priest like robot story)).
(Defining that probably has a LOT to do with restoring SANITY).
(Writers of the Future (a contest began by L. Ron Hubbard, a mildly well thought of writer).
(Writers of the Future, volume II.)
(Repairmen help the economy by saving things that would normally get thrown away).
(Anyway, "pinfeathers" and "sum" the synonym definition under "numbers" in the World book dictionary.
In 48 hours I'm looking forward to using my repaired hose of the water pik, again.)
Anyway: getting back to Mannix and "Sword in the stone".
It's a win and "pinfeathers" defined by defining "gantry" (I really understood the strong structure of a gantry and so, the stem part of a bird's feathers, has to be strong for a bird to fly: pinfeathers are immature feathers, stubby.
(6 hours later)
I watch "Greatest American Hero" and at the football field, "Connie Selleca" gives her attention to football players in a conversation.
I follow her directing attention and friendliness lost from "penny" (sum of money" as an undefined words, returns.
Communication as bullets (as I type this) returns.
Friendliness lost for the past two years, returns.
A fast and easy (probably the fastest easiest man has invented) way to get communication done.
TV is again, the focus
Lectures for my schooling, an effort to get good sound through TV, is back.
The computer, I'm mainly interested in using as a word processor, and using the online dictionries.
Shopping is a luxury (online).
Normal living returns.
It's just that a personal computer in every household is now achieved.
Expensive, but, done.
Almost every household in the U.S. you can almost say.
Has a computer.
At least a cell phone.
I know, because 2007, my landlady removed the land line, forcing me to buy a $100 second hnd computer just to have Magic jack phone.
A phone I needed, if only to keep track of my bank balance.
That thought, as I typed/wrote this is back.
The world I knew 2 years ago, is back, thinking through the 70s telephone lines.
Even though I'm old (59) I still think or can think of being on a full court basketball court.
"Pinfeathers" and "gantry" (trees are very real, the stem of a bird feather is so tree).
Going to TV, kids are building a cardboard house and they rehabilitate my thinking of (like in the 70s when my father leased a bus station to run his restaurant.
I THINK 70s again.
We're all a bunch of hippies.