Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Potential Disney Heroines

As Sam Nielson alludes, The Hunchback of Notre Dame as written is not exactly fertile ground for growing Disney princesses (Esmeralda dies, Quasimodo kills Frollo, then starves to death at Esmeralda's graveside). (A strong second place for inappropriate cartoonification is Don Bluth's Anastasia.)

But if that worked... Perhaps the world is ready for Disney's Romeo and Juliet. Or Wuthering Heights. Or Frankenstein...

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Fanboy Wife said...

I want to see the Lizzie Borden cartoon.

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who-the-moon-is said...

Excellent. I would very much like to see Disney try to make some of these (though it's doubtful they could retain any of the original stories)
Props for using the "sadder but wiser girl" quote.

Budd said...

what about edipus rex? or the Greek Medea.

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