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"Think of the children!" A Critical Look at a Disney Classic

As a kid growing up, I gathered quite the collection of Disney movies on VHS, as well as a good deal of “hand-me-down” movies from my older siblings. 1,322 more words

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DCC- 1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

It’s time to kick off this challenge with a one of the classics. So without further ado, here’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs1,848 more words

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Vanellope Von Schweetz - Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

And so the last in my trio of female Disney characters, and bringing in the new age of Disney females is none other than the over-looked princess of Sugar Rush and the candy kingdom; Vanellope Von Schweetz. 514 more words

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Megara - Hercules (1997)

Day two of my reviews into Disney women through the ages, and we reach my favourite non-princess from the Renaissance era, and the character I believe I would be if I was in a Disney film; Megara. 598 more words

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Cinderella (1697 / 1950 / 2015)

So after my post about the recent study of the linguistic features within Disney princess films, I decided that for this TGIF Friday, I’d have a bit of a Disney binge, starting with one of the original princesses –  529 more words

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Cross Country Runners of the Week

Senior Valentin Lenz and sophomore Colett Rampf earned Sunshine State Conference Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Week for their performances at the Disney Classic. 175 more words

Lilo - Lilo & Stitch (2002)

When you think of the word ‘Disney’ it’s usually followed by ‘princess’, and with good reason; every little girl and plenty more people have grown up and aspired to be just like their favourite Disney royalty (mine’s Belle, just so we’re clear on that) – but it has to be said that one of the better Disney girls immortalised by film is a lumpy little Hawaiian girl by the name of Lilo. 651 more words

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