Fairy Tales Might get an “R” rating!


After Reading Peter Pan in the original version where Peter kills any of his “lost boys’ if they start to grow up and Tinkerbelle is murderous conniving little bitch I took a look at some other Disney movies.

The Little Mermaid: In the original the Sea Witch cuts out the Little Mermaid’s tongue, the prince marries someone else and the Little Mermaid then chooses to commit suicide by drowning herself

Cinderella: The wicked stepsister cut off their toes and heels in an attempt to fit the slipper and then later birds peck out the wicked step-sister’s eyes

The Jungle Book: Mowgli is rejected by society when he tries to return to the village after living in the Jungle, his friend Hathi the elephant destroys the village and kills all its inhabitants

The Fox and the Hound: The Hound attempts to revenge the death of another hound by gassing the fox’s burrow killing its family in the process, The fox bites a little girl who gets rabies and dies

Pinocchio:
Gepetto is arrested for child abuse, Pinocchio kills the cricket, The Blue Fairy tells Pinocchio she is actually dead, Pinocchio turns into a donkey and is sold to a new owner who attempts to drown him.

Aladdin: In the original Cassim is killed and dismembered by the owners of the treasure and his body parts are spread around the area to deter future thieves

Beauty and the Beast: Belle is not an only child, she has two wicked sisters who attempt to set her up to be eaten by the Beast

The Hunchback of Notre Dame:
Phoebus arrests Quasimodo and tortures him while trying to seduce Esmerelda, Frollo kills Phoebus but Esmerelda is charged with the murder. She is hanged. Quasimodo kills Frollo and eventually dies next to Esmerelda’s corpse.

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About safrisri

I have been a teacher since 1971 and have taught at all educational levels from pre-school to college. My college degree is general science which I arrived at after 5 years and 5 different majors. A degree as it turns out, almost as valuable and in demand as one in Neo-Bulgarian Mythology. I have been around education for around 40 years and can remember when teaching was a pleasant, happy and creative job and our schools were the same. My writings will reflect on my past mistakes and successes and what my students have taught me about education.
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