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Opinion by AudreyFreak posted over a year ago
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This is exactly the same as my article over on the DP club, JSYK.

1. Her sense of duty.

By far Aurora's best strength. Few heroines put their people or duty before themselves, because it takes a huge amount of emotional strength to, as humans are basically selfish beings. Some of you say Aurora lacks a backbone, and that is the only reason why she does this. Could be, but I don't think so. We see from what time we have of her onscreen that she is pretty obedient and doesn't like to rebel. This is bad? No, she's being mature. She doesn't like conflict or hurting people's feelings, like her "aunts", who of course would feel bad if she ran away. She doesn't know the kingdom or her parents but gives up being with Phillip or any goals she had in mind to accept her position as ruler. I think she really cares about people more than herself for the most part and I love this about her because I wish I was more like that.

2. Her personality.
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Article by MadameRedX posted over a year ago
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Yeah for the past few years i watched sleeping beauty a hundred times , but im getting curious if this is the real ending i know its stupid to get curious of that but what the heck i did a research and founded this , its alot interesting then the modern one enjoy

A great king was forewarned by some wise (old?)
men that his newborn daughter named Talia was in great danger. It seems that a poison splinter was in the palace's flax, and it would destroy her. The king immediately ordered a ban on flax inside the palace walls.

But, as all great fairy tales go, Talia somehow encountered a flax-spinning wheel and got that nasty splinter in her finger. What happened?

Talia dropped dead.

As a result, King Dad placed his daughter's body on a velvet cloth, locked the palace gates, and left the forest forever and ever.
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Article by MadameRedX posted over a year ago
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Yeah for the past few years i watched sleeping beauty a hundred times , but im getting curious if this is the real ending i know its stupid to get curious of that but what the heck i did a research and founded this , its alot interesting then the modern one enjoy

A great king was forewarned by some wise (old?)
men that his newborn daughter named Talia was in great danger. It seems that a poison splinter was in the palace's flax, and it would destroy her. The king immediately ordered a ban on flax inside the palace walls.

But, as all great fairy tales go, Talia somehow encountered a flax-spinning wheel and got that nasty splinter in her finger. What happened?

Talia dropped dead.

As a result, King Dad placed his daughter's body on a velvet cloth, locked the palace gates, and left the forest forever and ever.
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Article by lilylove89 posted over a year ago
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After many childless years, King Stefan and his Queen welcome the arrival of their daughter, Aurora. The newborn Princess is named after the Roman Goddess of the dawn because of how she fills the lives of the King and Queen with sunshine. While still an infant, she is betrothed to the also-young Prince Phillip, son of King Hubert, uniting their respective kingdoms. At her christening, three good fairies - Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather - arrive to bless the child with gifts. Flora gives the princess the gift of beauty, while Fauna gives her the gift of song.

Before Merryweather is able to give her blessing, a wicked witch named Maleficent appears, expressing disappointment of not being invited to the ceremony. As revenge for the insult she curses the princess: before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday, Aurora will prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die.

As Maleficent disappears, the distraught King Stefan requests that Merryweather break the curse. Even though Merryweather is unable to undo Maleficent's curse, she is able to weaken it. If Aurora was to touch a spindle, she wouldn't die, but rather fall into a deep slumber that she...
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List by Sugar-N-Spice posted over a year ago
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Copyright (C) The Walt Disney Company
Written by a fan for fans...

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Song index:
Hail to the Princess Aurora
Gifts of Beauty and Song
I Wonder
Once Upon A Dream
Skumps
Sleeping Beauty Song

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Hail to the Princess Aurora
Written by: George Bruns and Tom Adair
Sung by: Chorus (King Stefan's Courtiers)

[Chorus:]
Joyfully we now to our princess we come,
Bringing gifts and good wishes too,
We pledge our loyalty anew

Hail to the Princess Aurora!
All of her subjects adore her!

Hail to the King!
Hail to the Queen!
Hail to the Princess Aurora!

Health to the Princess,
Wealth to the Princess,
Long live the Princess Aurora!
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Review by KataraLover posted over a year ago
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This is my review on who did what around the how like who did the cooking, the cleaning, the sewing basicly stuff like that.


Flora obviously she didn't do the sewing since we saw how she did with the dress and she's awful. I'm guessing that she did the cooking because of the reasons I have for the others but I guess I'll try to explain for her. I guess Merrywheather assumed that Flora would do the cleaning but was corrected with Flora saying that she would clean the room instead. I really don't have all that much proof but I guess once you read what Merrywheather and Fauna did you'll understand why I put her here.


Fauna obviously she didn't do any cooking since she made a very..... unusual cake. I think she did the sewing to make clothing for everyone. I don't think they went into town to get clothing in case somebody found out where they've been hiding Aurora. I think they must have got themselves enough frabric to last them sixteen years. She looks like one of those sweet little old grannies that love to nit. Obviously Flora didn't do it and I don't think Merrywheather ever did it.
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Review by Takuya posted over a year ago
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Sleeping Beauty Walt Disney´s 16th animated feature and masterpiece of the time.

Introduction
The production started with the story in 1951 then in 1952 the voices were recorded and the animation took from 1953 to 1958 to finish.
In charge of how to give the movie a uniqe look Walt gave Eyvind Earle the position of color stylist and chief background designer.

Disney's decision to give Earle so much artistic freedom was not popular among the Disney animators, who had until Sleeping Beauty exercised some influence over the style of their characters and settings

It was also the first time the studio experimented with the Xerox process. Woolie Reitherman used it on the dragon as a way to enlarge and reduce its size, but due to the primitive equipment available in this early test, the Xerox lines were then replaced with traditional ink and paint.

The Animators
Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston: The tree fairy´s
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Review by LisaForde posted over a year ago
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Sleeping Beauty(1950)

Ok I know that its from Walt Disney’s time and all but seriously I do not know why so many people love this movie. The story is about a princess who is cursed on her 16th birthday by an evil queen who cast the spell on her (she pricks her finger on a spinning wheel and she falls into a deep sleep………Snow White anyone?) ,the 3 fairies bring her to a forest where she lives in a cottage and she falls for a prince named Philip. But will Maleficent find her??. Made in the 1950s this film is very poorly done I mean the princess is like a fecking dummy she NEVER TALKS only a few lines, same goes for that stupid prince Philip who doesn’t talk either much I mean COME ON WHY ??. The fight scene between Maleficent and that Prince was alright but very R rated(did you see the blood on the dragon). A movie that made fun of it was Enchanted and let me tell ya whether you like it or not It was 100% better than Sleeping Beauty. I demand a remake of this and have more Aurora and Philip time besides that Maleficent character.
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Opinion by LisaForde posted over a year ago
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Sleeping Beauty(1950)

Ok I know that its from Walt Disney’s time and all but seriously I do not know why so many people love this movie. The story is about a princess who is cursed on her 16th birthday by an evil queen who cast the spell on her (she pricks her finger on a spinning wheel and she falls into a deep sleep………Snow White anyone?) ,the 3 fairies bring her to a forest where she lives in a cottage and she falls for a prince named Philip. But will Maleficent find her??.

Made in the 1950s this film is very poorly done I mean the princess is like a fecking dummy she NEVER TALKS only a few lines, same goes for that stupid prince Philip who doesn’t talk either much I mean COME ON WHY ??. The fight scene between Maleficent and that Prince was alright but very R rated(did you see the blood on the dragon). A movie that made fun of it was Enchanted and let me tell ya whether you like it or not It was 100% better than Sleeping Beauty. I demand a remake of this and have more Aurora and Philip time besides that Maleficent character.
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Fan fiction by DreamyGal posted over a year ago
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*~DreamyGal Productions~*
It’s funny how quickly things have changed.
Everything in my life has been rearranged.
My whole life I thought I was a peasant.
Now I find out I’m a Princess; what a birthday present.
From now on I’ll live in a castle, no more frolicking in the forest.
I should be ecstatic, but instead I’m depressed.
Earlier today I met a stranger.
I was unsure about him at first, but soon realized I wasn’t in any danger.
Yes, love was in the air.
But now I’ll never see him again and that’s so unfair.
Come to find out I am betrothed to marry a Prince.
The thought of marrying someone I don’t love makes me wince.
My dreams have been shattered.
My thoughts are so scattered.
I had wanted to see him again, so I gave him an invite.
He is supposed to come over tonight.
He doesn’t know yet that I won’t be there.
I feel like I’m in the depths of despair.
Now I must force a smile and put on my crown.
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