In early 2000, The Sword in the Stone was planned for a DVD release on November 7, 2000. However, for unknown reasons, the DVD was instead released on March 20, 2001 as one of the last two titles of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection (the other was Bedknobs and Broomsticks).
Engaging characters and brilliant Disney animation bring the timeless legend of King Arthur to sparkling life in "The Sword in the Stone," now fully restored. With humor, spectacle, and wizardry, this classic tale conjures up delightful entertainment for all ages!
A sword mysteriously embedded in a massive stone offers this challenge: Whoever can pull it from the stone will become the King of England! Many try to remove the sword and fail, and for an awkward young squire-in-training the quest seems ludicrous. But with help from the powerful wizard Merlin, the young man learns that with persistence and belief in himself, even the most incredible dream can be realized.
Join in all the marvels that make "The Sword in the Stone" a heart-pounding adventure that serves up royal entertainment!
- "Knight For A Day" Animated Short Starring Goofy
- "Brave Little Tailor" Animated Short Starring Mickey Mouse
- "Music Magic: The Sherman Brothers," Including The Deleted Song, "The Magic Key" - Never Before Released
- "All About Magic," 1957 TV Show Hosted by Walt Disney
- The Sword In The Stone Scrapbook - Still Frame Galleries
- Film Facts - A Behind-The-Scenes Exclusive
- Sing-Along Versions Of Favorites "Higitus Figitus" And "That's What Makes The World Go Round"
|1||Blue warning screens||April 2000|
|2||Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection logo||March 2000|
|3||Trailer for The Hunchback of Notre Dame II||November 2000|
|4||Trailer for The Book of Pooh||December 2000|
|5||Trailer for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Platinum Edition||December 2000|
|6||Promo for Vault Disney||February 2001|
|7||Feature Presentation||December 1999|
|8||Full Screen Format Disclaimer||June 2000|
|9||The Sword in the Stone||December 1963|
|10||A Knight for a Day||March 1946|
In Other CountriesEdit
|Country of origin||Release date|
|South Korea||January 16, 2002|
|Japan||August 21, 2002|