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If you remember, two days ago I wrote to you in one of my articles about the real stories of some Disney cartoons. In this article I told you that the sweet, happy, beautiful and memorable Disney stories are inspired by some old myths and legends, each of which has its own bitter and horrible aspects. But Disney has removed those bitter realities that were inappropriate for children, making them beautiful and memorable cartoons for children of different generations. Today I want to look at some of these cartoons and the behind-the-scenes reality of the myths that inspired these cartoons from them.
You must be familiar with the beautiful Disney Sleeping Beauty cartoon. The story of a princess who fell asleep to the touch of a spinning spindle, and later came back to life with a kiss from the prince. The main story of this cartoon is an Italian legend, which has almost the same beginning, but the continuation of this story is not something that can be told to children.
The man who woke up the sleeping beauty was not a prince, but he is a king. And he did not wake her with a kiss, but raped her while she was asleep. The princess became pregnant after this incident, and nine months later she gave birth to twins. One day while one of her babies was sucking on her finger, the poison came out, and the princess finally opened her eyes.
After the princess woke up, she and the king fell in love, while the king was married. The king's wife ordered the princess children to be kidnapped, killed, and prepared to feed the king. But fortunately she did not succeed in carrying out her sinister plan. The king also burned his wife alive so that he could marry the princess.
In the Pinocchio cartoon, Disney tells the story of a funny doll who wants to become the real son of the old carpenter who made him. Pinocchio becomes a real boy at the end of the Disney story.
But in it's true story, which deals with the "consequences of being a bad boy," Pinocchio is a real evil creature. He even kills the speaker cricket who advises him, with a wooden hammer. And because of his evil deeds, the cat and the fox hang him from a tree, and the story ends with Pinocchio's dead body swaying in the wind.
The mermaid is another popular character in Disney stories. The story is about a young and good-sounding mermaid, who falls in love with a charming prince she sees on the deck of a ship. The mermaid enlists the help of a witch to reach the prince, to turn her into a human. And the witch accepts this request of the mermaid on the condition that she gives her beautiful voice to the witch. So far, the Disney story is in line with the true story of Hans Christian Anderson.
But after that, the real story gets a little more terrifying. And in addition to the sound, the wizard also takes the mermaid's tongue from her. And while in the true story the witch makes another condition, that if the mermaid can not make the prince fall in love with her, the witch must kill the mermaid, otherwise the mermaid will become a fossil in the bottom of the sea. In the end, the prince falls in love with another woman, and as a result, the poor mermaid becomes the fossil in the bottom of the sea.
The true stories of these cartoons, taken from very old myths, included bitter and unpleasant events. Disney cartoons made our childhood and many generations like us, more beautiful and sweet. We thought the world of adults was as beautiful as these cartoons, but when we grew up our lives were confronted us with bitter and terrifying realities, like the bitter side of real Disney cartoon myths.