The wonderful world of Disney has long been suspected of hiding subliminal sexual messages in its animated films. From inappropriate words hidden in the sky in "The Lion King" to suggestive language in "Aladdin," the evidence against the Mouse seems to mount up fast In the age of the Internet, it's hard to tell what's real any more. For instance, an image of a purported sex scene in " Toy Story 3 " went viral after the movie's release, but that just turned out to be a well-executed hoax. To learn the truth behind the supposed sexual images in Disney films, HuffPost Entertainment spoke with former Disney animator Tom Sito.
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By Leslie Nguyen-Okwu. Once upon a time, there was a damsel in distress waiting for a dashing prince to save her from her dowdy wardrobe. Instead, this animated short deploys oh-so-fun diagrams of female sex organs, and tips on staying positive during that time of the month. The female body was strategically silhouetted, the menstrual blood was snow white instead of crimson and no mention was made of sex or childbirth. In need of a production boost, Disney relinquished part of his creative control and dipped into the dark side, teaming up with government agencies and corporations in a last-ditch effort to drive revenue and diversify the Disney brand. In the s, Disney created Disney Educational Media, which churned out films and workbooks on a variety of topics for schools. Disney expert Jim Korkis says the endeavor, though radical, fell flat and barely covered costs.
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Here are 25 of the best. When Kristoff discovers Anna is engaged to someone she just met, he works a subtle but effective size joke into his interrogation of how well the princess really knows her betrothed. Get it? When those lovable Minions are denied access to the Tower of London without an adult, they dress up like a normal sized lady to sneak in.
Disney is the happiest brand on Earth. It's a symbol of innocence and wholesome, family fun. The House of Mouse has been entertaining kids since the dawn of time — or, at the very least, the s. But it turns out Disney isn't as pure as you might think.