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Transcript of Disney
Or are they just trying to ruin our childhood?
Welcome To The Magical World Of
Growing up, Disney was a magical and wonderful escape for us, even if only for an hour and a half. Now, however, Disney has fallen under attack by bored and hormonal college students who post on their school's student newspaper.
From hidden "sex" messages, to references to drug use, and even to attacks on Walt with supposed cocaine use, conspiracy theories are running rampant at Disneyland
And They All Lived Happily Ever After
Sex(?) In Disney Movies
Beauty and the Beast
The Lion King
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Drug(?) References In Disney Movies
The Seven Stages Of Cocaine Use:
-And eventually, a
trip to the Doc
Some common "slang" terms for cocaine:
Alice In Wonderland
Taking hallucinating drugs often leads to a "trip down the rabbit hole"
Everything marked "Eat me", "Drink me", or "Take me" all caused drug like side effects
How did you get "Teenagers" from "Kitty"?
"Good kitty, take off and go"
The American Life League is the one that started this rumor, hoping to get Disney movies banned. Disney quickly responded by releasing the official script from the film.
I Think You're Looking Too Much Into the Small Detail...
It's a bird! It's a male reproductive organ! It's a misdrawing!
About 40 minutes into the film, a topless woman can be seen in the window. Disney recalled 3.5 million copies of the film in 1999, and removed the image from the scene before making new copies. It was never said how this image made it past editing, let alone actually in the movie.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a folktale that had been around hundreds of years before it fell into a Disney animation studio. The name Snow White was given to this story's princess way before it was considered a slang term for cocaine.
As for "The Seven Stages", there is no such thing. Everyone reacts differently to drugs, and you aren't always guaranteed to suffer mood swings, sleep issues and personality alterations. And if everyone really did go see "Doc" there probably wouldn't be as many overdoses.
Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho
Like Snow White, Alice in Wonderland wasn't thought up by Walt Disney himself. It follows the storyline of
written by Lewis Carroll in 1865.
Alice's Adventures In Wonderland
Who Are You...
To judge a classical piece of fiction?
Fact Or Just A Work Of Disney Fiction?
As for the characters "representing" drug use, the characters actions do follow the story line, and the picture of Alice with sugar on her lip only lasts for .5 seconds
Furthest part of the background scenery, zoomed in 20x