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Merlin is a character and the wise wizard from 1963, Disney film "The Sword in the Stone." He is one of the most recognizable figures in Arthurian legend and is known for his magical powers, intelligence, and sense of humor. In the film, Merlin is depicted as a bumbling wizard with a long white beard, who is tasked with the responsibility of training a young Arthur, who will one day become King of England. Throughout the film, Merlin uses his magical powers and wit to guide Arthur on a series of adventures, teaching him valuable lessons about courage, wisdom, and the importance of friendship.

Merlin is known for his ability to transform into various animals, including a fish, an owl, and a squirrel, and his use of magic to solve problems and protect those he cares about. Despite his many magical powers, Merlin is also a flawed character, and his bumbling nature and tendency to misplace his spells add a touch of humor to the film. The character of Merlin has been a staple of Arthurian legend for centuries, and the Disney film "The Sword in the Stone" is one of many adaptations of the story of King Arthur. Despite his many appearances in literature, film, and other media, Merlin remains one of the most recognizable figures in the world of fantasy and mythology.