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    walt disney was a perve

    I just herd about this but Walt put a bunch unsuitable stuff in his movie anyone else hear this


    im not a very big disney fan:chainsaw:
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    I think those are rumors that were blown way out of proportion when he was making his very first cartoons with his partner, whose name I forget. Basically, his cartoons were much cruder than the extremely watered down and harmless versions of mickey mouse. They had some silly sex-related gags but nothing you wouldn't see in an episode of the Simpsons... Damn. It bothers me that I can't think of that guy's name. Those old cartoons were really quite funny.

    You're right though, Disney is really quite evil. They're essentially a corporation that exists to pump out entertainment that's been sliced together from the hard work and tallent of underpayed and under appreciated artists. Why do you think Shrek was made? The creators of that film were former disney animators who left on...umm...bad terms. You also have to wonder why all of there movies have the same old Barbie and Ken type characters in leading roles.
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    yes...people indeed are stupid
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    Ive thought he was a perve ever since i saw that donald duck wasn't wearing pants
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    Its much more than old cartoons. ONe of my friends in high school did a report on him. Turns out he had all these strange sexual fetishes including group sex/orgies, etc...

    He was definately a strange man, with very different tastes.
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    yep.. mickey mouse has lots of sex appeal:p
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    Originally posted by jermainevl
    yep.. mickey mouse has lots of sex appeal:p
    How about that Minnie mouse?
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    walt disney was a perve
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    In my History of Animation class back in college, our teacher told us how Walt Disney had a butt fetish. He would screen some of his early works and counted how many butt references there were.
    I could kind of see where my teacher was coming from but (no pun intended) I think he might have been seeing something that really wasn’t there. Haven’t heard that rumor since…
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    ewww thats weird...that must be a mistake...i dont think the disney artists would have a drawing of a 4 year old after a bath and push it off as pinup art--maybe someone made that poster from a drawing that wasnt meant to be in that context
    anyhoo


    yea there are alot of weird little secret things in some of teh later disney films. in allladin when aladdin and Jasmine are on her roof deck, before they fly off into the night, if you turn up the volume really loud she whispers "take off my clothes"

    in the liion king when simba falls/lays down onto some flowers on teh edge of teh cliff, and teh flowers blow into teh wind, the subtelly spell out "sex"

    and in teh little mermaid near teh end when the sea witch is gonna marry prrince humperdink on teh boat, the priest gets a boner in plain view. really quite funny if youve never seen it

    ive always wondered why they threw those things in there,,, i mean the mermaid one was funny , but the others were kinda stupid i think


    and as far as disney being evil--well they jsut shut down there entire 2-d studio and have fired a shit load of artists, so...guess they kinda fucked themselves in a way...should have done better and more original stories instead of always banking on generic commercial crap....
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    people are_ laugh my ass off- i luv you- smoochie bootchies

    who could get off on paper drawings ..laugh-

    yeah and why does it seem like girl characters are pushing out their breasts in those movies all the time......
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    Originally posted by tyboogie
    yea there are alot of weird little secret things in some of teh later disney films. in allladin when aladdin and Jasmine are on her roof deck, before they fly off into the night, if you turn up the volume really loud she whispers "take off my clothes"

    Claim: In the film Aladdin, the hero whispers, "Good teenagers, take off your clothes."

    Status: False.

    Origins: _This quip occurs during a scene in which Aladdin, in the guise of Prince Ali, flies up to Jasmine's balcony on his magic carpet to convince her that he is not just another self-absorbed, empty-headed prince. When Aladdin steps onto the balcony, Jasmine's tiger Rajah threatens him and backs him up against the railing. As Rajah growls, Aladdin tries to shoo him away with his turban and then supposedly whispers, "Good teenagers, take off your clothes."

    What is actually going on with the soundtrack at this point in the film is difficult to determine. Disney claims that the script calls for Aladdin to say, "C'mon . . . good kitty. Take off and go," while the closed captioning has him uttering, "Good kitty. Take off." However, neither one of these phrases seems to match what is heard on the soundtrack. A close listening to the audio track reveals Aladdin speaking the words "C'mon . . . good kitty," and just as Aladdin says the word "kitty," a second voice begins to whisper, "Pssst . . . take off your clo . . ." Who this second voice is, and exactly what he says, is a mystery. There is no other character in the scene who could conceivably be speaking: the tiger doesn't talk, the voice is male (eliminating Jasmine), and both the genie and the rug are below the balcony and off-screen. Perhaps the overlapping voices are merely the product of bad editing, and some stray bit of chatter (or a piece of dialog that was supposed to have been clipped) was accidentally grafted onto the soundtrack. Whatever is being said, to the casual listener the resulting phrase can certainly sound like the "Good teenagers, take off your clothes," although the phrase is clearly the combination of two different voices speaking in two different tones. Once people have been told what they're "supposed" to be hearing, however, they find it difficult to maintain objectivity and therefore swear that Aladdin couldn't possibly be saying anything else.

    The "take off your clothes" rumor started soon after Aladdin was released on home video in 1993. A garbled and whispered portion of dialogue that could barely be heard in the theater was being replayed over and over in millions of homes but was difficult to distinguish. Someone came up with a salacious phrase that sounded somewhat like the original portions of dialogue, and the power of suggestion took over. People began to hear what they were being told they should hear, much like Beatles fans eagerly sharing backwards-masked Paul is dead aural clues.

    The Aladdin rumor spread by word of mouth during 1994 and was eventually printed in Movie Guide magazine, an Atlanta-based Christian entertainment review. Due in part to that article, the controversial phrase was brought to the attention of the American Life League, a religious organization which had been boycotting Disney films since the previous April as a protest over the movie Priest. The American Life League gave new prominence to the rumor in September 1995, when it claimed the phrase was yet another piece of evidence that Disney had been sneaking "sexual messages" into their animated films (the The Little Mermaid being the most notorious example) for the past several years.

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    _ Sources:

    _ _ Bannon, Lisa. _ "How a Rumor Spread About Subliminal Sex in Disney's 'Aladdin.'"
    _ _ The Wall Street Journal. _ 24 October 1995 _ (p. A1).

    _ _ Kreck, Dick. _ "Is 'Aladdin' More Than Meets Ear?"
    _ _ The Denver Post. _ 4 June 1994 _ (p. E8).

    _ _ Rossmiller, David. _ "Get Naked? Aladdin Allegedly Makes Crude Remark."
    _ _ The Phoenix Gazette. _ 12 March 1994 _ (p. A1).

    _ _ Smith, Leef. _ "Disney's Loin King? Group Sees Dirt in the Dust."
    _ _ The Washington Post. _ 1 September 1995 _ (p. F1).


    God bless Snoops.com. They have a nice list of Disney rumors.
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