posted by mikeyskye
Wen Aurora was made she was supposed to be the only blond princess, as Cinderella's hair was officially called "burnt orange" and was not so yellow as she is advertised today. Also in the movie her dress is a much lighter blue than as you see it when advertised. i have also discovered that her new yellow hair can only be created digitally, so is defiantly not how she was originally meant to look. Also the in the 50's her original shade of hair was very popular.
I realized her hair was wrong when reading an article about Aurora and how she was supposed to be the only blond one, and again when my mom came home from work saying she had watched Cinderella [at work lol] and that she wasn't blond and that she didn't see the blue dress in the movie and that it was white. so i looked it up and discovered this article
proving what i had discovered fact
does this bother anyone else?
i recently got a Cinderella doll and her hair is bleach blond, i now feel it is very incorrect.
posted by Arielsvoice
Okay, I'm just going to put it out there:
I HATE the recent disney movies.
Besides Enchanted and Finding Nemo (which is really pixar anyway), any disney movies that came out after Tarzan were just abismal to me. Disney Movies today have lost so much of their magic that it makes me want to scream. Like, what's this new Chiuaua disney movie that's coming out? WTF? what happened to the disney movies that made you cry, laugh, and made you all warm and fuzzy inside? What happened to movies like Beauty and the Beast, Little Mermaid, Lion King, Pocahontas, and even the older ones like Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Great Mouse Detective? Those were the days that Disney didn't just cater to the minds of six year olds. They made movies that everyone from the age of 1 to 101 could enjoy.
What do you think? Agree? Disagree?
When do you think Disney started going downhill?
posted by WinterSpirit809