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Disney Rewind Episode 7: The Sword In The Stone

September 27, 2020

Oh yeah, we are back. 

Disney Rewind returns with the first of many episodes. I've prerecorded a ton, just need to edit and juggle that with school.

Who cares about that though, we are here for Disney Rewind. 

Episode 7: The Sword In The Stone where we get political (shocker), talk about the historical inaccuracies of this film, and discuss why in gods name that Wart had 3 voice actors. THREE. Also I make a really stupid comment about freshwater fish. Like legendarily dumb. 

Ratings: Ash 1.5, Max 4, Ben 2, Mom 1.5, Dad 2.5, Avg: 2.3/10


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