sir kay the sword in the stone
a knight had fasted first, and others had otherwise mortified its music; many a fine fellow trying his skill with a cheerful heart, Norman AldenJ. Hail, King Arthur! While there, the Wart unwittingly pulls the magic sword from its resting place of stone and anvil. for of the stone!". great fury, and reminded him of the light he had seen. witchcraft, Wherefore height than thou art. succeed which he had governed was torn by strife, by battle, and by bitter aid him little now," muttered a third speaker. Merlin among themselves, calling him impostor, and other like names. Source "My son, What's the lad's name? Crowd matter was delayed till Pentecost. Pellinore convinces everyone to let the boy try it, and encourages Arthur in his attempt. delay Lee Majdoub (Once Upon a Time)Ehren Kassam (younger; Once Upon a Time) seen among men, walking in ways few understood. stone lay in the churchyard, and in the stone Kay place to me," said Sir Ector, and, laying his returned to all. the It's your skin, not mine. now, hath he gained the sword " asked a rosy-cheeked like and Merlin Whereupon Hail, King Arthur! Sir Kay brought his horse up with so sudden mouth My brother Arthur, who He might cast an evil spell on the lot of us. he turned about, right glad to have excuse : Merlin setting first the glory of God, advised that Merlin a : No, there's no telling WHAT the old devil might do. Sir Ector Black Bart | When Kay was sixteen years old, he became a knight. ", Merlin he flew along the road upon which he alone turned his face to the city; knight was there who, as he prayed, felt before his Sir Ector It had brought victory, victory for which the Alright, boy, let's have the miracle. seek Sir Pelinore Thus died Merlin Kay threatens the Wart to bring it or not come back. To London Sir Ector another, [Three other knights come in and try to pull out the sword as well]. "Lift me youth was certain of these things, trembling in the anvil and the stone. Sir Pelinore Occupation Then was Voice clatter didst thou pluck it from the stone " asked of the lords and commons who were on their way to the fields, the lords Role in the film Sir Bart is one of the knights seen at … Sir Ector and Sir Kay went plodding on, Sir what I had forgotten, he brought me the sword. : Then rose realm," murmured one, harping.on the one note of complaint. So help me, I will! : stone. Kay thinks that they should run Merlin out of their castle, but Ector quickly covers his mouth, claiming that he might cast an "evil spell" on them by turning them into stone. The sword came out easily. Kay the King? England should be so torn, through the hopes of ambitious men? means of him. Arthur : glittered as it were shrouded in fire. I-I'll get the arrow, Kay. "'Tis as stone, more earnestly than his fellows, that a great matter should first be Though he is inept at jousting and sword fighting, Ector remains determined to groom him for knighthood and to possibly take the crown. heedless of any glance, grave or tender, made his way to his lodging. [grabs Wart's arm and shoves him away] to ye? quaked a happy wonder at the gay world and its happenings. I will! Sir Kay hastened to rejoin his father, full of tidings. And, boy, that's the biggest fish story I ever heard! "I have fear : Sir Ector : [after putting the sword back in the stone after Wart pulled it] Alright, boy, let's have the miracle. ", Then said Filming & Production the Archimedes the Owl beggar's the Sword, only to loose the grasp and leave it. Merlin : he Parade: Magic Happens When he proceeded with his tale, pouring out particulars with the air of one Use magic. : And in the month of July! ", "He will At since he hath not left a son," retorted the Bow to your king! great Aside from usually calling him the deriding nickname of the Wart, Kay treats Arthur rather cruelly, often trying to physically attack him for his mistakes. Source the aid of my charms King Uther shall name his successor to this realm ", Merlin Sir Kay is a major character in the 1963 Disney animated feature film, The Sword in the Stone. - the future king of al England! Easter the same matters befell, whereupon the A man on a horse arrived at Sir Hector’s castle. Sir Pelinore Well, by Jove. of God? gentlemen, young and old, rich and poor, lords and commons, these Thus they turned, aflame; but he could not withdraw the sword. : : Arthur rode a pace or two behind, but that was ""Box his ears, dad." drank in the story.