Disney Princes are basically the epitome of man. They’re charming, brave, and freakishly handsome. If you look past their perfect jawlines and Broadway-ready voices, you’d see that they can actually be pretty messed up from time to time.
The Princes may seem nice on paper, but many of them are shady characters. They consist of spoiled rulers, unrepentant thieves, and obsessive lunatics. Even the greatest Princes like Charming, Eric, or Aladdin are pretty flawed figures when you really analyze them. Others like The Beast, Simba, and Tarzan may seem pretty great but that doesn’t mean that life with them will be a cakewalk. Ruling a kingdom is a lot of work and most of Disney’s finest don’t really seem up to the task. That kind of workplace stress can really put the strain on a relationship. This isn’t even counting Princes like Hans from “Frozen” who are just plain evil.
So let’s dive right in. Here is Proof The Disney Princes Are Actually Messed Up.
Hello Everyone! Today we are drawing and coloring a number of disney princesses! First we draw Aurora, then Belle and finally cinderella.
Do you know those disney princesses?
About Aurora: Princess Aurora (also known as Briar Rose) is the titular protagonist of Disney’s 1959 animated feature film, Sleeping Beauty. She is the daughter of King Stefan and Queen Leah. On the day of her christening, Aurora was cursed to die by the evil fairy Maleficent. Due to the efforts of three good fairies, the curse was altered to draw Aurora into a deep sleep that can be broken by true love’s kiss.
About Belle: Belle is the female protagonist of Disney’s 1991 animated feature film, Beauty and the Beast. She is the only daughter of Maurice, an inventor with whom she resides in a small, French village. Amongst the townsfolk, Belle is labeled an outcast because of her free-spirit. She is also a proud bibliophile, her favorite genres being fantasy and adventure. Belle’s passion for fantastical stories, coupled with her outcast status, has left her yearning for a life of adventure outside of her small village. She unexpectedly gets her wish when she becomes prisoner to a Beast in order to save her father’s life.
About cinderella: Cinderella is the protagonist of Disney’s 1950 animated feature film of the same name. After the death of her father, Cinderella was forced to work as a scullery maid for her wicked stepmother, Lady Tremaine. Despite the cruelty of her jealous stepfamily, Cinderella remained kind, spirited and internally beautiful. Her faith and everlasting optimism manifested in a Fairy Godmother, whose magic served as a catalyst for Cinderella’s ascent from servant to princess.
Hope you had fun watching our drawing video, see you next time!
G | 1h 14min | Animation, Family, Fantasy | 4 March 1950 (USA)
When Cinderella’s cruel stepmother prevents her from attending the Royal Ball, she gets some unexpected help from the lovable mice Gus and Jaq, and from her Fairy Godmother.
Directors: Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson
Writers: Charles Perrault (from the original classic by), Bill Peet (story) (as William Peed)
Stars: Ilene Woods, James MacDonald, Eleanor Audley
Disney’s animated movies become a part of our lives before many of us even know how to read. We grow up admiring these heroic characters and adoring their stories. By the time we’re adults, we know Disney’s cartoons intimately. That doesn’t mean we’ve noticed everything about these films though.
In some cases the movies contain mistakes and gaffes that we’ve missed for years. In putting together their films, the folks at Disney let a thing or two slip through the cracks every now and then. In this video, we’re shedding light on some of Disney animation’s most noteworthy continuity errors, animation oversights, and plot holes in 12 of the Mouse House’s most beloved films. That includes some of the most head scratching moments from traditionally animated movies including The Lion King, Cinderella, Pocahontas, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and Mulan. We’ll also turn our attention to errors in Pixar’s finest including Toy Story, The Incredibles, Monsters, Inc., and its sequel, Monsters University. In addition, we’ll share some mistakes from Disney’s more recent movies, Tangled and Frozen.
Disney’s animated movies are great, even with these mistakes. But learning about some of them will give you something extra to look for next time you re-watch one of these classics.
Today, Disney’s animated movies are beloved by young and old alike. Many of them didn’t start out that way, though. The original stories Disney’s movies are based on are anything but family friendly. In this video, we’re taking a look at Disney movies whose stories were adapted from far darker material.
We’re covering everything from the original Grimm fairy tale that inspired the very first Disney full-length animated feature, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, to the Hans Christian Andersen story that became the blockbuster, The Little Mermaid. In between we’re looking at other princess movies like Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Tangled, and Beauty and the Beast. We’ll also delve into the true story of the historical figure Pocahontas, what really happens in the Victor Hugo novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Carlo Collodi’s original conception of the puppet Pinocchio.
These stories have more than a few troubling elements that didn’t make it onto the big screen. After learning about them, you’ll be amazed at how they evolved in Disney’s hands.
You might know Disney princesses by their names, but do you know their voice actresses? You won’t believe some of the behind the scenes stories we’ll share today! Some of these actresses even worked on some of your favorite movies and we bet you didn’t even know. For example, Kristen Bell plays Anna from “Frozen,” but she also gave her voice to the one and only Gossip Girl and she even played a main character in “Veronica Mars.” And then there’s the iconic Jodi Benson, aka the one and only Ariel. Of course, we’ll introduce you to absolutely all Disney princesses and their voice actresses because we think they deserve more credit. Check out behind the mic of your favorite Disney princess voices! We promise this video will have ‘Let It Go’ song stuck in your head all over again. Sorry in advance!
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