We just finished 1963’s The Sword in the Stone, and I can that I am swearing off ‘60s Disney forever. It’s maybe not as bad as Robin Hood but dear god.

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20 thoughts on “We just finished 1963’s The Sword in the Stone, and I can that I am swearing off ‘60s Disney forever. It’s maybe not…

  1. Robin Hood and Little John walking through the forest, laughing back and forth at what the other had to say. Contemplating this and that and having such a good time oodelally hoodelally golly what a day.

    Never thinking there was danger in the water they were drinking they just guzzled it down. Never dreaming that a scheming sheriff and his posse were a watching them and gathering around.

    Robin Hood and Little John running through the forest jumping fences dodging trees trying to get away. Contemplating nothing but escape and finally making it. Oodelally hoodelally golly what a day.

    Your arguement is invalid.

  2. < ![CDATA[Robin Hood and Little John walking through the forest, laughing back and forth at what the other had to say. Contemplating this and that and having such a good time oodelally hoodelally golly what a day. Never thinking there was danger in the water they were drinking they just guzzled it down. Never dreaming that a scheming sheriff and his posse were a watching them and gathering around. Robin Hood and Little John running through the forest jumping fences dodging trees trying to get away. Contemplating nothing but escape and finally making it. Oodelally hoodelally golly what a day. Your arguement is invalid.]]>

  3. Oh the world will sing of an English King a thousand years from now, and not because he passed some laws or had that lofty brow. While jolly good King Richard leads the great crusade he’s on, we’ll all have to slave away for that good for nothing John.

    Incredible as he is inept whenever the history books are kept, they’ll call him the phony King of England.

    He stands alone on a giant throne pretending he’s the King; a little tyke who’s rather like a puppet on a string. And he throws an angry tantrum if he cannot have his way; and then he calls for mom, while sucking his thumb, you see, he doesn’t want to play.

    While he taxes us to pieces and he Rob’s us of our bread, king Richards crown keeps slipping down around that pointed head. But while there’s still a merry man in Robin’s wiley pack, we’ll find a way to make him pay and steal our money back

    Perhaps the most currently relevant of all Disney songs.

  4. < ![CDATA[Oh the world will sing of an English King a thousand years from now, and not because he passed some laws or had that lofty brow. While jolly good King Richard leads the great crusade he's on, we'll all have to slave away for that good for nothing John. Incredible as he is inept whenever the history books are kept, they'll call him the phony King of England. He stands alone on a giant throne pretending he's the King; a little tyke who's rather like a puppet on a string. And he throws an angry tantrum if he cannot have his way; and then he calls for mom, while sucking his thumb, you see, he doesn't want to play. While he taxes us to pieces and he Rob's us of our bread, king Richards crown keeps slipping down around that pointed head. But while there's still a merry man in Robin's wiley pack, we'll find a way to make him pay and steal our money back Perhaps the most currently relevant of all Disney songs.]]>