9 things Disney never clarified
Who doesn’t love Walt Disney films? Disney cartoons have won over lots of young viewers and adults across the whole world. Hence, we are sure that almost every one of you saw at least one film created by Walt Disney, and perhaps some saw them all and not only once. Usually Disney works are seen as a great example of film art that helps to pass on valuable content, teaches empathy and stimulates the imagination in an interesting and funny way. Some of these films are very unique so individuals who have not yet had a chance to see them definitely should. However, in some Walt Disney’s works we found some facts that seem rather odd if we refer them to reality. Here are 9 things never clarified by Disney.
Have you heard the tale about Pocahontas? Was there any fact that got your attention? We wonder how John Smith could communicate with Pocahontas if he was the first Englishman that the Indian girl had met? Another interesting fact is that Pocahontas was only 11 when they first met with John. Her parents probably would have not support their association from the very beginning… Nowadays, times have changed.
What would you like to ask the girl with the longest hair of all Disney characters? Maybe how Rapunzel was able to hold her head up? Wasn’t it too heavy to do anything will all that hair? Then, can you imagine washing that hair and trying to comb it when tangled? Nightmare! In a real life most of us would cut it right away.
3. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Seeing Snow White, we came up with curiosities ... Why are the Dwarfs mining jewels for all day long? What do they do with all these precious stones? Probably we should start by saying that the dwarfs are strange creatures, so this might make some sense.
Have you ever wondered why Cinderella had never tried to escape from her stepmother’s house? Watching this cartoon, this is what we find the most frustrating. The old definition of “doing the right things” is totally different these days…
5. Beauty and the Beast
Did you notice that the Beast doesn’t know how to use fork? Why is that if he was a human old days? Maybe Disney wanted us to see clearly that the Beast created in the movie was only a Beast and nobody else. Thinking about it a bit longer…...how many men really know how to use knife and fork in an elegant manner?
6. Sleeping Beauty
Why didn’t Aurora’s parents just simply invite Maleficent to the party? It makes you wonder if there would be that many problems if people in these stories had just communicate better in the first place. We can only guess that fantasy characters are more similar to real-life people than we ever thought.
7. The Little Mermaid
We also seems extremely curious how Ursula could polish her nails under water? Besides, why Ursula lived in the palace and why was she eventually expelled from the castle? It's a good question, but we still don’t know a real answer to it. We can assume that it could be a controversial issue.
8. The Little Mermaid
We can’t also understand why the Prince Eric didn’t consider Ariel as a psycho if she combed her hair using fork and what’s worse she did that during dinner. You have to agree - that’s weird! This probably means that he was truly in love with her. That happens when love makes you blind.
9. Finding Nemo
Very interesting fact is how could Nemo damage his fin if he was an egg? Is it even possible that he had fins so early? Maybe he was kinda superfish and he didn’t need his fins to get through any adventure? It looks like his disability only made him stronger.