Also, Disney’s version is more playful and light in the way that children could watch and not be scared. Disney made his movies to be more happy so it appealed to many families. Although, Disney’s version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is family-friendly, one may say that a healthy medium in between the two versions is the best way to portray it. Once upon a time, in a far off castle there lived a queen. She gave birth to a baby
In 1812, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm published the original written version of Rapunzel in Children’s and Household Tales. Similar stories had been written before this, however the Grimm Brothers provided the story that today’s readers know and love. Over the years, the story has become various other types of literature, including a Disney movie, known as Tangled. By examining the original version from 1812 and the movie from 2010, many similarities can be drawn, but it is also clear that culture, time
Women weren 't the only ones known to influence the period, men such as Walt Disney also played a great role. Disney was a television producer and showman, who was known to be a pioneer of cartoon films and the creator of Disneyland. Like almost any other celebrity, Walt 's career grew from his early life. Walter Elias Disney was born in 1901 in Chicago. He drew, painted and sold pictures to his neighbors and family friends.
We all know the famous Disney movie, Tangled, with princess Rapunzel so here’s how it’s actually portrayed. It all started with the original story of the Grimm’s fairytale, Rapunzel, in 1812. Even though Grimms Tales was the original there is more insight on what really went on with Rapunzel,as in things like symbolism, sufferings, and the comparison of different versions. There is lots of symbolism in all stories of Rapunzel especially with colors. One example of symbolism is Rapunzel’s hair, “The differing symbolism across the ages of literature shows the woman 's’ hair has always been big topic of societal conversation.”(Wilde 5) In some literature we see authors and characters make a statement by controlling their hair.
With Walt Disney’s successful corporation, Disney movies have been watched from one generation to another. The Disney Corporation has a massive reputation due to its major television network, radio stations, bestselling cartoons, computer games, and clothing. This specific corporation has a huge cultural influence, which has been seen over time. Every movie by the Disney Corporation has been firstly released in theatres worldwide, as well as securing each movie’s popularity with a 7-year rotation so it can interest the upcoming generations. The power of success that the movies have is capable of forming the way each child thinks about their personal interests, who they are and what kind of person they should be.
The deal was a mutually beneficial transaction as it combined the computer animation power of Pixar with the marketing and distribution strength of Disney. Disney and Pixar can now collaborate without the barriers that come from two different companies with two different sets of shareholders. They should focus on what is most important, creating innovative stories, characters and films that delight millions of people around the world. The addition of Pixar significantly enhances Disney animation, which is a critical creative engine for driving growth across Disney businesses. For the purposes of knowing what caused this merger to be successful, I am going to give some information about Disney and Pixar’s
Disney creates an imaginative land in the minds of the children that the can do whatever, and be whatever they want, they are only limited by their imagination. Disney creates a mindset that anything is possible and that fairytales do come true. When children watch Disney movies, they form a Utopia an imaginary word in which everything is good and there are no problems and even if there are the people can always win. When I was young I was fascinated by the Disney movies and I still am. They provide us with a perception of a better life.
Someday my prince will come No matter which city or town a child is born in, no matter the cultural background of the family, no matter the language the family converses in- the ubiquity of Disney and the means through which these tales penetrate societies galore is almost psychedelic! Disney, however, sells more than fancy tales- they sell values, they sell concepts of love and success, and to a great extent, societal norms. They tell us who we are and who we must be. This influence is especially minacious when young girls’ vulnerable minds have seeds sown from the moment they are allowed to perceive the world through their own eyes. They are bombarded with notions of right and wrong, and taught that external appearance is the single most important factor that determines the worth of an individual.
Then we look at Walt Disney's "Sword in the Stone", which is clearly meant to appeal to children. Although they all are based on the legend, they all contain different ideas about the myth. One aspect they all share is having a never-ending story, though they may end there is so much that makes up the legend of King Arthur that each story or film can go on further. While also entertaining us with fantasy, love, tragedy, action and many more. Some aspect of each work can be admired by everyone.