Hello my name is Arthur but everybody calls me 'Wart'
I work for my foster father, Sir Ector, as a page but I'm training to be a Squire for my foster brother, Kay. I'm finally getting my big chance to go to London with him for a tournament. In the meantime I'm going to train hard and become educated by Merlin
Aliases: Wart, Arthur, Boy, lad, 'Regular little grasshopper' (By Merlin), Runt(By Pete), The boy (The ghosts of the Haunted Mansion)
Age: Young teenager
Personality: curious, kind, puts heart in everything he does, brave, noble, eager to learn, daydreamer
Abilities: Despite being Merlin's apprentice he has no magical abilities of his own, however he can speak basic french
Habits: Eating with my mouth open, falling downstairs when carrying objects, tends to daydream, asks a lot of questions
Flaws: Clumsy, gets confused easily, He can't read or write, but he can recognise his own and Merlin's name written down
Companion/Pet: Merlin and Archimedes
Similar Characters: Taran. Peter pan, Mowgli, Pete (From Pete's Dragon), Cody (From rescuers down under but more in appearance)), young kristoph, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Young Link(LOZ: Ocarina of Time)
Home: Camelot Knighting Academy, England
My Mentor: A good-hearted man who I trust with my life, his wisdom is a little...strange at times but I trust it to be true
Enemy: That horrible old witch tried to destory me and Merlin! Now she's back and as bad as ever!
(( Did you know?
The Sword in the Stone is the only animated Disney movie from the 1960s not to have , a sequel, a TV show, or a live-action remake.
Arthur/Wart was voiced by three different boys
Arthur/Wart is left handed
Arthur is one of few Disney Princes to become a King by the end of their film
Bill Peet designed Merlin's nose to look like Walt Disney's
The horses on King Arthur's carrousel are repainted every two years.
The French name for the title of "Sword In The Stone" is "Merlin l'enchanteur" which means "Merlin The Magician"
Two songs written for the film but scrapped before production began were “The Blue Oak Tree” and “The Magic Key”. The latter was to be Merlin’s lecture to Arthur about the value of an education. It was replaced with the more amusing “Higitus Figitus”.
The Sword in the stone was the last animated masterpiece whose release Walt Disney lived to see, as he died prior to the release of The Jungle Book. ))