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Madam Mim (voiced by the late Martha Wentworth) is an antagonist in the the 1963 animated film "The Sword In The Stone". 

Madam Mim is a witch who is also the rival of Merlin. She makes her first and only appearance in the movie. Mim is arrogant and believes herself to be the most powerful. She despises Merlin because of his benevolence with his skills and anything that is associated with Good.

EventsEdit

When Arthur A.K.A. Wart as a bird crash lands through her chimney. After finding out he is being trained by Merlin she attempts to kill him by transforming herself into a cat. Merlin arrives in the nick of time. But instead of handing Wart over to Merlin she challenges him to a  wizard's duel which two magical beings changing themselves into different things in an attempt to destroy each other. She invents the rules which is only change into animals, no fictious things, and no disappearing, but she breaks everyone  of them.  However Merlin outwits her by turning himself into a disease which he infects Mim with.

TriviaEdit

  • Madam Mim is among the second of four Classic Walt Disney Villianesses such as evil Queen Grimhilde of "Snow White and the seven Dwarfs" (1937) and the evil fairy Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty) of "Sleeping Beauty" (1959) and Cruella De Vil (One Hundred and One Dalmatians) (1961 movie) ]
  • In a Walt Disney Comic Digest story "Mim meets her Match" Madame Mim deceides to seek new places to practice her witchcraft {her mosters don't scare anyone!]; she soon meets Br'er Rabbit; he "introducers" her to a real dope (his old antagonist Br'er Bear). Br'er Bear thinks that Br'er Rabbit will fall for the old "Tar Baby" trick; Madam Mim casues the Tar Baby to grow 9 feet tall and scares Br'er Bear into running away; pleased with her success Madam Mim accidently gets herselg stuck in the Tar Baby; Br'er Rabbit promises to help Madam Mim out..but only after he sells the tar at a cheap price!

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