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Be Prepared - The Lion King Compared to Macbeth

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Cheska Viray

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Macbeth
Lady Macbeth helped plan the murder of King Duncan.
Macbeth felt guilty for Duncan's death...
Macbeth followed the Witches' prophecies and apparitions.
Macbeth also killed other characters in the play.
Before he murdered Duncan, Macbeth was a well respected noblemen.
The Differences and Similarities between
Macbeth and Be Prepared - The Lion King

By: Cheska Viray
Be Prepared - The Lion King
Song Meaning
The Lion King and Macbeth Venn Diagram
Song Information
Macbeth
Be Prepared - Lion King
"But wherefore could not I pronounce 'Amen'?/I had most need of blessing and 'Amen'/Stuck in my throat." (Mac.2.2.34-36)
Tim Rice wrote the lyrics while, Elton John composed the music of the song.
Sung by Jeremy Irons, Cheech Marin, Jim Cummings, and Whoopi Goldberg (Movie version)
John Vickery, Kevin Cahoon, Stanley Wayne Mathis, and Tracy Nicole Chapman sang in the original Broadway version.
This song was recorded in 1992 and released in 1994.
The artists recorded the song with
Walt Disney Records.
The song is about Scar planning to kill his brother, Mufasa, and his nephew, Simba...
Scar is envious of his brother which, gave him the motive to kill him.
Scar wanting power is another motive of killing Mufasa...
He told his hyena assistants, Shenzi, Banzi, and Ed about his plan to murder Mufasa.
Scar would give the hyenas a reward after killing Mufasa and Simba.
"No, fool! We're going to kill him. and Simba, too." - The Lion King
Macbeth and Scar both want power...
They both planned to kill the king. (Macbeth wants to kill King Duncan, while Scar wants to kill Mufasa.)
Macbeth and Scar are both cruel characters.
Scar and Macbeth blamed Mufasa and Duncan's sons for killing their fathers.
Similarities
Scar killed his own brother, Mufasa.
Scar doesn't feel guilty for his brother's death.
Scar is envious of Mufasa.
He only killed one character in the story.
Scar planned the murder of Mufasa all by himself...
"It's great that we'll soon be connected, With a king who'll be all - time adored." - The Lion King
The Witches gave prophecies to Macbeth, announcing the titles that was given to him...
Lady Macbeth and Macbeth planned the murder of Duncan.
Macbeth murdered Duncan with daggers.
Macbeth became King of Scotland.
Macbeth hired murderers to kill Banquo.
Macduff and Malcolm planned to kill Macbeth.
Lady Macbeth died due to her guilty conscience.
Macduff slain Macbeth...
"All hail Macbeth, hail to thee, Thane of Glamis. /All hail Macbeth, hail to thee, Thane of Cawdor. /All hail Macbeth, that shalt be king hereafter." (Mac.1.3.47-49)
"We'll have thee, as our rarer monsters are,/ Painted upon a pole and underwrit,/ 'Here may you see the tyrant.'
(Mac.5.8.25-27)
"
There will be a king! But you said... I will be king!"- The Lion King
"And where do we feature? Just listen to teacher..." -
The Lion King
Tim Rice and Elton John
Tim Rice was born on November 10, 1944
Elton John was born on March 25, 1947
They were both born in the UK.
Tim Rice won Golden Globes, Academy (Oscar) awards and Grammy awards for his two Disney movies,
Aladdin
and
The Lion King.
Elton John have won many Academy awards, Tony awards and Grammy awards over the course of his career.
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