Fantasia Film Summary & Analysis

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Sorcerer's Apprentice

The Sorcerer's Apprentice is symbolic of the hazards of youth. Young people feel that they are invincible and know everything already just as the young apprentice did. The apprentice's story seeks to teach children a lesson that they should not simply try to get out of things the easy way. The Apprentice's real problem occurs simply because he is lazy. He manipulates the broomsticks so that he will have to do less work. However, his plan backfires, and he becomes a real example of what not to do.

The Apprentice tries to avoid working for the Sorcerer. He struggles to bring the broomstick to life using the Sorcerer's hat for power. The Apprentice is unwilling to take responsibility for his duties, so he finally brings the broomstick to life. The Apprentice must face the Sorcerer after the situation gets out of hand. He tries to face him...

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