10 terrible tales and legends underlying the Disney cartoons
Most of the films and cartoons "Disney" is based on the old fairy tales and legends. What unites all the old tales and legends? So that in them there are plot twists, from which the hair on your head stand and contemporary adult. This sweet fairy today to the obscene, and the original-it was nothing light and good.
In the Disney version of Cinderella gets to the ball as a beautiful princess loses her shoe and then the prince looking for a girl, which shoe would have at the time. Finds Cinderella and they lived together happily ever after.
In the original, written by Charles Perrault more than 300 years ago, everything is about the same, only with the gory details. In particular, the stepmother makes her daughters cut heel or big toe - to shoe came to them at the time. A wedding some mad pigeons peck sisters eyes. By the way, the creators of the good old Soviet "Cinderella" as remember your parents, came true to the original - there stepmother and sisters, too, a little humiliated (expelled from the Kingdom), although not as brutal.
2. "Sleeping Beauty"
In the version of the studio "Disney" princess pricks her finger on a spindle and sleep a perpetual sleep. Then comes the beautiful prince awakens her with a kiss, and they live happily ever after.
In the version of this tale Giambattista Basile all the "interesting". Sleeping beauty in his name is Aurora and she wakes up not from the kiss, and in travail - she gives birth to twins. Handsome prince in the fairy tale is, but he's a kiss, of course, not limited. Moreover - as long as Aurora asleep, and in her womb develops a new life, the Prince manages to marry. When Aurora children come to the castle, the wife of a prince is trying to kill her rival and her children, but it interferes with the king. Not only did he not touch the Aurora, but ordered his son to marry a girl that he raped while she slept.
3. "Beauty and the Beast"
Belle kidnapped monster lives in a luxurious castle, and then learns the hidden beauty of her kidnapper. She falls in love, kisses him and dispels the charms that make it ugly. The moral - physical beauty does not matter.
In the original authorship Gabriel Barbeau Suzanne de Villeneuve, who lived in the XVIII century, Belle time off the monster and sent to the home for a week to be with his family. Sisters, seeing as luxurious Belle dressed, listening to her stories about a carefree life, trying to persuade her to stay at home longer. They hope that the Beast mad with resentment at the broken promise to return to it after a week, and in a fit of anger eats Belle.
The main character of the cartoon had to flee and live with the seven dwarfs because of its beauty and integrity. Witch poisoned her with the help of an apple, and gnomes avenged the "death" of the favorite, crushing witch weighty stones. Then out of nowhere he appeared a handsome prince and rescued the girl kiss.
But in the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm original authorship witch is dead is not easy quick death. Her red-hot iron shoes shod and forced to dance in them as long as it did not fall dead from pain and exhaustion.
5. "The Little Mermaid"
In the Disney version of the little mermaid Ariel, daughter of the Sea King, he traded his voice on two legs, and went to the land in search of love. And which met in the person of Prince Eric. Together they nailed witch with which Ariel made a deal and lived together happily ever after.
In the original Hans Christian Andersen, which was written in the XIX century, the little mermaid had a pair of legs in exchange for the fact that walking it will experience such pain, as if walking on sharp knives. Since the constant pain and seduction of bad combination, Prince eventually fell in love with another, and married her, and the little mermaid grief plunged into the sea and became the foam of the sea.
In the fairy tale Disney is an Indian who speaks with trees, and her best friend - a raccoon. One day she falls in love with an Englishman, and because of this almost begins a war between the two nations.
According to an old Indian legend of Pocahontas - Princess Matoaka Indian nickname given to her by her father Pouhatanom - the leader of an Indian tribe pouhatanov, who lived in present-day Virginia. In 1607, Princess saved the English captain John Smith's death in an Indian prisoner, but it's all exactly the relationship that existed between them. In the end, she was kidnapped by European settlers, who held her hostage. In the 17 years of her married to an Englishman, and at 22, she died of an unknown cause.
In the cartoon Hercules - the youngest son of Zeus and Alcmene, who raised himself from rags to riches, it has got to Olympus.
In ancient Greek mythology, Hercules was pretty brutal savage and so many of his exploits would fall under different articles of the Criminal code of practice of any country in the world.
8. "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"
In the cartoon Quasimodo - a young hunchback, who falls in love with a gypsy girl Esmeralda and saves her from execution.
In the original and not the children's work, "Notre Dame de Paris" by Victor Hugo's Quasimodo, you can not save Esmeralda (in fact, he inadvertently helps the authorities to seize it) and he oversees its execution. Then he goes to her grave and die therein from hunger. Years later, when someone opens her grave, their skeletons are together. When you try to separate them, they turn into ashes.
The Disney fairy tale Pinocchio appears naughty and nice little boy, son of a carpenter, made of logs. In the end, despite the fact that it puts lives in danger his father, all ends well and it turns into a real boy.
In this fairy tale by Carlo Collodi's Pinocchio - a rare bastard without a drop of charisma and sense of humor. He steals, cheats and betrays. Even his own father belongs to the son, with ill-concealed contempt. Eventually, the Fox and the Cat hanging on a tree Pinocchio, adjusted the rope as his own nose, "the boy." In general, Collodi wrote moralistic drama-warning, but in the modern world in a completely different image of Pinocchio.
At Disney Mowgli - a boy abandoned by their parents in the jungle. His foster bear and panther, who taught him to sing, and to defend himself.
In the "Jungle Book" by Rudyard Kipling has a couple of major strokes specifying image Mowgli. For example, he cruelly by wolves and elephants destroy an entire village and killed its inhabitants, who have kidnapped his biological parents. Later, he had to run away, because the villagers thought he was - an evil spirit and had a hunt for him. Eventually he finds refuge in politically correct at that time location - in the village, which is under the control of the British.