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Seigfried the hero had to rescue her after slaying the beast with the help of a magical sword.
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an overgrown child on appearing to Mime in black leather, motorcycle gear (costumes by Tim Van Steenbergen), maintaining a tireless vocal presence through heated exchanges with the dwarf in their power struggle over the magical sword, Nothung, and into the touching final scene when he uncovers the sleeping Brunnhilde.
The lake has its place in Arthurian legend with some saying it is the place where King Arthur claimed his magical sword, Excalibur.
50am: The daughter of a dead knight joins forces with a handsome blind squire and a clumsy two-headed dragon to find the lost magical sword Excalibur and save King Arthur and the people of Camelot from evil forces.
05am Disney tackle the Arthurian legend with a cartoon tale about a young boy who draws the magical sword Excalibur from its stony resting place.
According to the prophecy, Perryn must locate three items in order to defeat the dragon: a true bard, a unicorn, and a magical sword.
00) tells of a world ruled by the Pendragon flag, which flies over much of Europe, Asia and the New World, and of magical swords which work in service of good or evil.