5 Disney cartoons you need to watch!
Disney cartoons, just quoting this subject I get emotional. You may be the biggest fan of Japanese pop culture, but you can't deny that Disney designs have been a milestone in your life. Who ever watched the Lion King incessantly on tape? You're new, I'm sorry I don't have that pleasure, but you can drink a little of that water by watching these drawings. And if you've seen them all, review at least one, live the nostalgia!
The Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Dama (Barbara luddy/Selma Lopes) is a dog of the breed spaniel, who lives in the stewardship and welcoming of the House of their owners, the aristocrat "Dear" (Peggy Lee/Sônia Barreto) and her husband Jim (Lee Millar/Ênio Santos). She always received affection and everything she wanted, only with baby pregnant, she starts to feel in the background. It is precisely at this stage that she knows Tramp (Larry Roberts/Aloysio de Oliveira). He's a stray dog, and he's got to turn around to survive. Until one day the Lady housewife travels and leaves the newborn baby under the care of Tia Sarah (Vera Felton/Estelita Bell), a woman who has two evil Siamese cats. They make a tremendous mess and blame the little dog, who to protect herself must flee. Lady then loses herself in the city, and will depend on the help of Tramp to survive and also to return to their human owners. More details here.
Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Alice (Kathryn Beaumont/Therezinha) is a curious and tired girl of the monotony of her life. One day, following the hurried White Rabbit (Bill Thompson), she enters Wonderland. There she knows several incredible beings, such as the Mad Hatter (Ed Wynn/Otávio França), the Master cat (Sterling Holloway/José Vasconcellos), the Caterpillar (Richard Haydn/Wellington Botelho) and the Queen of Hearts (Verna Felton/Sara Nobre). More details here.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
A wicked and beautiful queen resolves, by envy and vanity, to have her stepdaughter killed, Snow White, the most beautiful of all the kingdom. But the executioner who should assassinate her leaves and, during her escape through the forest, she finds the hut of the Seven Dwarfs, who work in a mine and start to protect her. Some time later, when he discovers that Snow White is still alive, the Wicked witch disguises herself and goes after the girl with a poisoned apple, which causes Snow White to fall into a deep sleep until the day when a kiss of True love awakens her. More details here.
Beauty and the Beast (1991)
In a small village of France lives Belle, a clever young woman who is considered strange by the locals, and her father, Maurice, an inventor who is seen as a madman. She is courted by Gaston, who wants to marry her. But though all the young people in the village find him a handsome man, Belle cannot stand him, for he sees him as a primitive and conceited person. When Belle's father goes to a fair to demonstrate his new invention, he ends up losing himself in the forest and is attacked by wolves. Desperate, Maurice seeks shelter in a castle, but ends up becoming a prisoner of the Beast, the Lord of the Castle, who is actually a prince who was cursed by a sorceress when he denied shelter to her. When Belle feels something happened to her father, she's looking for you. She arrives at the castle and makes a deal with the beast: if her father were freed, she would stay in the castle forever. The Beast agrees and all the "villagers" of the castle, who live there and have also been transformed into talking objects, feel that this may be the chance of the spell being broken. But this will only happen if the beast loves someone and this person reciprocates their love, and this must be swift, for when the last petal of an enchanted rose falls the spell can no longer be undone. More details here.
The Lion King (1994)
Mufasa (voice of James Earl Jones), The Lion King, and Queen Sarabi (voice of Madge Sinclair) present to the Kingdom the heir to the throne, Simba (voice of Matthew Broderick). The newborn receives the blessing of the Wise Baboon Rafiki (voice of Robert Guillaume), but growing up is involved in the tricks of his uncle Scar (voice of Jeremy Irons), the envious and Machiavellian brother of Mufasa, who plans to rid himself of the nephew and inherit the throne. More details here.
Honorable mentions (drawings only)
Most Disney designs are striking, so it is almost mandatory to make mentions. So here it is: Fantasia (1940), Pinocchio (1940), The Little Mermaid, Bambi, Cinderella, Dumbo, Peter Pan (1953), Sleeping Beauty, 101 Dalmatians, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Pocahontas, Mulan, Aladdin, Hercules, Tarzan, Mogli, Robin Hood, the sword was the law.
Dispney drawings you need to watch or review!
Disney designs have a certain complexity, even though they are aimed at children's audiences. In the eyes of a child is fun, in the eyes of an adult is poetry. You probably watched one of those cartoons in your childhood and found it amusing, but without touching the complexity. Do yourself a favor, review that striking design, your mature look allied with nostalgia causes an inexplicable feeling. Revive your childhood!
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