• July 20, 2018

10 Disturbing Origins of Disney Cartoons

Disney’s wonderful tales are for kids right? Well maybe not…

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15 thoughts on “10 Disturbing Origins of Disney Cartoons

    1. Have you heard the german folktale of beauty and the beast? It’s called Bearskin. I dont know if its older than the tale you told, but it’s different than both the french and the Disney version in many ways. I actually prefer it.

      Also the little mermaid tale I knew was she had to kill the prince and turned into seafoam bc she couldn’t. This version was new to me.

  1. People back then were of higher quality. Modern medical science has taken away the survival of the fittest constraints, and now we’re over populated with weaker genes.

  2. How could you miss Peter Pan? Peter Pan is a fictional character created by Scottish novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie in 1902. In the book it is heavily implied that Peter kills the lost boys when they get to old, as he is the only one that doesn’t age.

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