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Fairy Tales

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From the weird and wacky to the blissful and romantic, fairy tales, with their knights in shining armor, princesses, dragons, witches and other such creatures, are woven into our imaginations as children and they never quite leave. Questions about both the original and regional versions, as well as the animated and Disney versions of fairy tales, can be asked and answered here.
In a letter to a friend, Lewis Carroll said that Alice spent an hour in Wonderland . ...P.S. I should be very glad if you could help me in fixing on a name for my fairy-tale, which Mr Tenniel (as a consequence of your kind introduction) is now illustrating for me, and which I hope to get...
The book was first published in 1911, so you don't have a first printing. Check with someone who deals in old books.
There talents are..... Tinker bell-green-tinker fairy-makes and invents stuff Silvermist-blue-water fairy- can control water and helps with the dew in the mornings Iridesa-yellow-light fairy-makes rainbows and draws the sun up at dusk Fawn-brown-barid in her hair-animal Fairy-teaches birds how to...
Some are, others grew from traditional folk tales for everyone.
She was born in 1990. Do the math yourself.
the next book will come this month:january or next month:february!
Boo boo is a term that is normally used to refer to a personfondly. It is most commonly used by couples to refer to each other.
The only Disney cartoon film set in New York ( pre-9ll as the Trade center is shown prominently, along with other landmarks) was Oliver and Company. Not a fairy tale, it was loosely based on Oliver Twist with a largely canine setting.
The Diamond Edition for Cinderella was released October 2, 2012.
Alice feels frightened on several occasions in the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland . . when she realises how much she's shrunk from fanning herself . when the White Rabbit shouts at her to fetch his gloves and fan . when confronted by the enormous puppy . when she suddenly shrinks after...
It was made November 13th 1991 in France if you wanna know.
Tinkerbell, Silvermist, Fawn, Iridessa, Fira, Rosetta, Rani, Lily, Bobble, Clank, and more!
Her name is Princess Aroura, but also went by Briar Rose, or just Rose. And of course Sleeping Beauty.
In the book, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, the White Rabbit mistakes Alice for his maid, Mary Ann, and sends her to his house to fetch a pair of gloves and a fan, because her has lost the ones he came out with. . Very soon the Rabbit noticed Alice, as she went hunting about, and called out to...
Mary Costa , who did the voice or Princess Aurora/Briar Rose in the 1959 Disney Classic " Sleeping Beauty " sang all 3 versions in the movie (Intro, Middle and Ending ) of " Once Upon A Dream " with Bill Shirley (The voice of Prince Phillip). ~Mary Costa is not just a voice for the character but...
Three Little Pigs, Three Chipmunks, ( okay it"s a cartoon) numerous animal tales... further down the line Thee, signiifying the Trinity has a mystical/religious angle and there are three good fairies in Sleeping Beauty- Probably in the original they were Sisters Faith, Hope, and Charity- until...
The Crow and The Sparrow
Jane's mother is Wendy Darling, who went with Peter to Neverland when she was a girl.
Lewis Carroll is addressing the issue of tyranny in showing the queen of hearts.
If you are referring to the crossword puzzle clue, try one of the following: . Gretel . Rosered . Nee . Eyre . Elf . Gnome . Ogre
Rampion. See the link below for more information.
Alice's birthday is May 4. The year is unknown but is probably either 1858 or 1852. Lewis Carroll doesn't specify Alice's birthdate in the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. However, in Through the Looking Glass she says that she is "seven and a half exactly". Because she has previously...
I would describe Ariel as adventurous, bold, and daring. She is also a bit headstrong.
Auld Licht Idylls (1888) . Better Dead (1888) . A Window in Thrums (1889) . The Little Minister (1891) . Two of Them (1893) . Sentimental Tommy, The Story of His Boyhood (1896) . Tommy and Grizel (1900) . The Little White Bird; or, Adventures in Kensington Gardens (1902) . Peter Pan in Kensington...
there was dolls of Melody, in Toys r us when the movie was out, my friend Madonna Matilda DE lay saw for her daughter Madame Poo-Bag, a box containing dolls Ariel, Eric, Melody, Triton, Morgana, Undertow & Baby Melody, complete with outfits... preh she has them now, by the way you love Dan...
captain hook and the pirates
there are 2 problems and solutions. #1 the problem is the wicked tries 2 have her killed. solution she runs away and finds the dwarfs. #2 the problem is the wicked queen puts her 2 sleep. solution the prince comes along 2 kiss her and wake her up.
The origins of the phrase 'grinning like a Cheshire cat' are unknown, but there are several theories. According to Martin Gardner, in his Annotated Alice, the two leading theories are that a sign painter in Cheshire painted grinning lions on the sign boards of local inns and that Cheshire cheeses...
In the 1951 Disney animation, Alice's hair bow is black.
Assuming you mean the 1937 Disney movie, the screenwriters were Ted Sears, Richard Creedon, Otto Englander, Dick Rickard, Earl Hurd, Merrill De Maris, Dorothy Ann Blank, and Webb Smith. The screenplay was based on the original story by Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm.
By definition: it's still being (re)done, more than 100 years later.
Jesse is like water, miles is like an oar
The natural event was the thunderstorm. The thunder helped so when Miles pulled on the bars, nobody would hear the noise. The lightning helped them see what they were doing.
Her Fairy Godmother.
Answer . Kirriemuir, Scotland
In his book, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland , Lewis Carroll never explains why the Dormouse is so very sleepy, but dormice are well known for sleeping a lot and the word 'dormouse' even means 'sleeping mouse'. Dormice are hibernating creatures, so spend much of the winter sleeping, and they...
Honest John the fox. Gideon the Cat. Stromboli the puppet show manager. The Coachman. Lampwick the foolish boy. Monstro the whale.
because she ran away from the ball
gyre and gimble claws that catch snicker-snack
Hans Christian Anderson
No, just some superstitious myth. I always look at the moon through my window!
Usually they teach some kind of lesson. Plus, the stories are usually pretty ridiculously impossible that they are funny, and therefore memorable.
His older brother died in a skating accident. this was his mother's favorite child and even though j.m tried to comfort her she would not speek to him. :(SAD): . His Dad Died in a skating accident when J.M Barrie was only seven years old. The rest i am not sure about.
Chapter 5 I, Kensuke . The old man is walking toward me, he is saying something. I don't know the language, maybe Chinese or Japanese. Stella seamed to think he was a friend or something, considering she hadn't barked at him. The man drew something in the sand, it's the island. Oh ok, splitting the...
The late 1500's AKA 16th Century Germany
In the book, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Alice first shrinks to ten inches high, then grows to over nine foot.
It is a public monument, owned by the Danish Government, and hence, unless it were put up for sale (like a Madsen, pronounced like Madison M-l4 from the Army) does not have a price tag. a comparable case might be the Statue of Liberty which is again, a federally-owned monumental structure- albeit...
Yes, if you read her biography Unsweetined, she mentions that she did pageants. She doesn't really say much about the pageants at all though. However there is a color photo of her at the age of 3-and-a-half years old, wearing a sash and tiara. The sash says "Cinderella Tot". That is from the...
You mean the Holiday Specials (Special Editions in the USA) The biggest books there are in the Rainbow Magic series are the Activity Books and the Annuals (Rainbow Magic Fairy Annual 2013 out now!). There might be a 2014 Rainbow Magic Annual probably out next year, but there's no information...
In the book, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland , the rabbit is described as, "a White Rabbit with pink eyes." He is wearing a waistcoat with a watch in the pocket. At one point he is carrying a pair of gloves and a fan and during the trial he is holding a trumpet in one hand and a scroll of...
what did the crocodile swallow in peter pan
As you spelt it: Goldilocks
Peter Pan could'nt get his shadow to stick. His shadow was hiding in WEndy's bedroom.
It's about payback or revenge or making a point. He led the rats away from the village, but when the villagers didn't compensate him, he led away all the village children.
In the original book, the White Rabbit lives in a neat little house in Wonderland. Apart from that, the location isn't specified, except that it must be fairly near to a wood, as that is where Alice runs to after she escapes from his house.
Tchaikovsky originally wrote Sleeping Beauty as a ballet in aprologue and three acts. The ballet was first performed in 1890.
they are dust which means fairies need them to do stuff just like human need energy.
It is one of Hans Christian Anderson 's stories, however most of his stories were folk tales from the Scandianvian oral tradition, so the story is probably much older than that.
The Jolly Roger was a pirate flag.
The 1946 Belle et la Bete was of French origin.
He plays the flute! Eric is the first Disney Prince to be featuredplaying a musical instrument. Prince Naveen is the second.
Maleficent's Dragon form
The witches in Macbeth do not have individual names. They are onlyreferred to as the three witches or the Weird Sisters.
Rapunzel's prince wasn't given a name in any fairytales. it wasjust "The Prince"
Tove Twas brillig and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe... From Jabberwocky
Based on different sources there are two possible answers. Somebelieve the song Part of your world is the main 'theme song', whileothers believe it is Under the Sea.
10, 11, or 12 in the beginning, then 14, 15 , or 16?
The story of Peter Pan is written for both children and adults.
For lack of a better word- Yes. there are some similarities to the legendary Golem of Jewish mythology, which was a dough-like artificial man.
Dolphin Island is located in Alabama, it is a barrier island on the Gulf of Mexico.
Yes. Maleficent uses the ball at the end of her staff to see into the future.
she proved she was the fariest of all
Tinkerbell collected broken and lost items so she could put them together, invent things and 'tinker' with them.
Mr Walt Disney :') What a legend!