This is pretty accurate, but there are definitely things they forgot. I’m working on a new one of my own. What should I add?
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Artist Clair Hummel did a series of illustrations of historically accurate versions of Disney Princesses. They’re beautiful and much more interesting than the dresses of the real Disney princesses (although a six-year old princess-freak may not concur.) What’s more interesting is how pissed off people are getting about it. Particularly Jasmin’e costume.
Aladdin, if you did not know (I didn’t), is a Chinese story that takes place in fantastical “Arabia” with Indian influences, and Jasmine’s name is actually Princess Badroulbadour. Since Jasmine’s outfit could not possibly existed, Hummel stuck with mostly Persian and Iranian influences, since it was the closest historical archetype she could find (because dragging India to this is just crazy.) It’s like a pita pocket up mixed-up Persian/Iranian/Indian/Arabic ingredients, which actually sounds delicious. But instead, people are mad:
I posted about “Pooh Sized” Disney World guests the other day, and I did it very cautiously. I didn’t want to offend heavy people, and I still don’t. But now that I think about it, my distaste for the word “pooh sized” and my shock over the immense number of obese people in Disney World is a fact that I shouldn’t be ashamed in admitting.
Listen, I love it when people celebrate their bodies and all that. But there is nothing cute about being morbidly obese. I am so glad that Disney accommodates people who are overweight (some parks don’t.) I want everyone to be able to ride Space Mountain and The Haunted Mansion. But let’s call it what it is. If you’re 5’5″ and weigh 200 pounds, you are obese. You might have high blood pressure or cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, respiratory problems, gout, reproductive complications, bladder control issues, or psychological disorders or other serious conditions. That’s not cute, it’s scary.
Oswald The Rabbit, as you probably already know, was the animated character Disney and Ub Iwerks created between the Alice Comedies and Mickey Mouse. The first Oswald cartoon, Poor Papa, was rejected by the Universal studio because they thought it sucked, so Disney and Iwerks came back with Trolly Troubles, which was better because Oswald was younger and “neater.” That one launched the series.
Did you know that Spanish painter Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney were pals? 66 years ago, they hatched a plan for a six-minute short. They had trouble funding it, so put it to a halt. But in 1999, Roy stumbled upon the project while working on Fantasia 2000 and decided to get it going again.
Destino tells the love story of Chronos and the problem he has when he falls for a mortal female. She dances through surreal scenery that looks like Dalí’s paintings. There aren’t any words, but the soundtrack is a single song by Mexican composer Armando Dominguez, and goddam is it a gorgeous tune.
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