The Sword in the Stone
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Violence & Gore

Some scenes with Sir Hector and Kay sword-fencing, but in their defence, Hector is training Kay for the tournament that occurs later on. However, as the maid informs them about the kitchen crisis, Hector slams his sword on Kay's head, but Kay only feels pain for a few seconds.

Profanity

Two scenes of wine drinking.

There is a "scary" forest with wolves.

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