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Sleeping Beauty

One of My Favorites Disney Animation “Sleeping Beauty“.

the Story is good, also the Pictures are very good like classic disney.

published on January, 1959.

6 Years for making, $600 million for the amount of costs.

That’s huge.

However, wasn’t mega hit and the income ended at 5.3 million dollars.

At the time,Walt Disney had been busy to build Disney Land in Anaheim, California.

He couldn’t make the best for the film.

and then, Sleeping Beauty is not the best quality It is said.

but I don’t think so Lol

It was failed as the box office but the Castle of Sleeping Beauty became a symbol of Disney Land in California and Maleficent became the main piece of Villains, Sleeping Beauty is surely influencing Disney.

And then, the Film “Maleficent” based on Sleeping Beauty is huge hit.

Do you know the original story of Sleeping Beauty?

There are three kinds of original story.

One of them is published in 1634 as a fairy tale, Sun, Moon, and Talia by Giambattista Basile.

after that, a Perrault’s fairy tale which the story was changed a little bit was published about 100 years earlier than Grimm’s fairy tales.

also Little Briar Rose in Grimm’s fairy tales is the original story of too.

Disney’s Sleeping Beauty ends in a happy ending that prince Phillip kisses princess Aurora and helps.

but the original one is kinda gross.

It is almost porno.Lol

The Story of Sun, Moon, and Talia

After the birth of a great lord’s daughter, Talia, wise men and astrologers cast the child’s horoscope and told the lord that Talia would be later endangered by a splinter of flax. To protect his daughter, the father commands that no flax would ever be brought into his house.

Years later, Talia sees an old woman spinning flax on a spindle. She asks the woman if she can stretch the flax herself, but as soon as she begins to spin, a splinter of flax goes under her fingernail, and she drops to the ground, apparently dead. Unable to stand the thought of burying his child, the lord puts Talia in one of his country estates.

Some time later, a king, hunting in nearby woods, follows his falcon into the house. He finds Talia, tries unsuccessfully to wake her up, and rapes her. Afterwards, he leaves the girl on the bed and returns to his own city.

Still deep in sleep, she gives birth to twins (a boy and a girl). One day, the boy cannot find his mother’s breast; and instead he begins to suck on Talia’s finger and draws the flax splinter out. Talia awakens immediately. She names them “Sun” and “Moon” and lives with them in the house.

The king returns and finds Talia is awake – and a mother of twins. However, he is already married. He calls out the names of Talia, Sun and Moon in his sleep, and the queen hears him. She forces the king’s secretary to tell all and, with a forged message, brings the children to court. She orders the cook to kill the children and serve them to the king. The cook hides them and cooks two lambs. The queen taunts the king while he eats.

Then the queen has Talia brought to court. She commands that a huge fire be lit in the courtyard, and that Talia be thrown into the flames.

Talia asks to take off her fine garments first. The queen agrees. Talia undresses and utters screams of grief with each piece of clothing. The king hears Talia’s screams. His wife tells him that Talia would be burned and that he had unknowingly eaten his own children.

The king commands that his wife, his secretary, and the cook be thrown into the fire instead. The cook explains how he had saved Sun and Moon. The king and Talia marry; and the cook is rewarded with the title of royal chamberlain.

The last line of the fairy tale – its moral – is as follows: “Lucky people, so ’tis said, He who has luck may go to bed, And bliss will rain upon his head.””

Clearly the dinosaurs had it right all along! Apparently a story that we would see as tragic, violent and disturbing, to our not too distant ancestors was an uplifting tale illustrating that, “Lucky people are always lucky, even when they’re asleep”. Don’t know about you but I don’t see the universal moral law in that at all!

Another Story Little Briar Rose

A long time ago there were a king and queen who said every

day, ah, if only we had a child, but they never had one.  But

it happened that once when the queen was bathing, a frog

crept out of the water on to the land, and said to her, your

wish shall be fulfilled, before a year has gone by, you shall

have a daughter.

What the frog had said came true, and the queen had a little

girl who was so pretty that the king could not contain himself

for joy, and ordered a great feast.  He invited not only his

kindred, friends and acquaintances, but also the wise women, in

order that they might be kind and well-disposed towards the

child.  There were thirteen of them in his kingdom, but, as

he had only twelve golden plates for them to eat out of, one

of them had to be left at home.

The feast was held with all manner of splendor and when it

came to an end the wise women bestowed their magic gifts

upon the baby – one gave virtue, another beauty, a third

riches, and so on with everything in the world that one can

wish for.

When eleven of them had made their promises, suddenly the

thirteenth came in.  She wished to avenge herself for not

having been invited, and without greeting, or even looking

at anyone, she cried with a loud voice, the king’s daughter

shall in her fifteenth year prick herself with a spindle, and fall

down dead.  And, without saying a word more, she turned round

and left the room.

They were all shocked, but the twelfth, whose good wish still

remained unspoken, came forward, and as she could not undo

the evil sentence, but only soften it, she said, it shall

not be death, but a deep sleep of a hundred years, into which

the princess shall fall.

The king, who would fain keep his dear child from the misfortune,

gave orders that every spindle in the whole kingdom should

be burnt.  Meanwhile the gifts of the wise women were plenteously

fulfilled on the young girl, for she was so beautiful, modest,

good-natured, and wise, that everyone who saw her was bound

to love her.

It happened that on the very day when she was fifteen years

old, the king and queen were not at home, and the maiden

was left in the palace quite alone.  So she went round into

all sorts of places, looked into rooms and bed-chambers just

as she liked, and at last came to an old tower.  She climbed

up the narrow winding-staircase, and reached a little door.

A rusty key was in the lock, and when she turned it the door

sprang open, and there in a little room sat an old woman with

a spindle, busily spinning her flax.

Good day, old mother, said the king’s daughter, what are you

doing there.  I am spinning, said the old woman, and nodded

her head.  What sort of thing is that, that rattles round

so merrily, said the girl, and she took the spindle and wanted

to spin too.  But scarcely had she touched the spindle when the

magic decree was fulfilled, and she pricked her finger with it.

And, in the very moment when she felt the prick, she fell

down upon the bed that stood there, and lay in a deep sleep.

And this sleep extended over the whole palace, the king and

queen who had just come home, and had entered the great hall,

began to go to sleep, and the whole of the court with them.

The horses, too, went to sleep in the stable, the dogs in

the yard, the pigeons upon the roof, the flies on the wall,

even the fire that was flaming on the hearth became quiet

and slept, the roast meat left off frizzling, and the

cook, who was just going to pull the hair of the scullery boy,

because he had forgotten something, let him go, and went to

sleep.  And the wind fell, and on the trees before the

castle not a leaf moved again.

But round about the castle there began to grow a hedge of

thorns, which every year became higher, and at last grew

close up round the castle and all over it, so that there

was nothing of it to be seen, not even the flag upon the

roof.  But the story of the beautiful sleeping briar-rose,

for so the princess was named, went about the country,

so that from time to time kings’ sons came and tried to

get through the thorny hedge into the castle.

But they found it impossible, for the thorns held fast

together, as if they had hands, and the youths were caught

in them, could not get loose again, and died a miserable


After long, long years a king’s son came again to that

country, and heard an old man talking about the thorn-hedge,

and that a castle was said to stand behind it in which a

wonderfully beautiful princess, named briar-rose, had been

asleep for a hundred years, and that the king and queen and

the whole court were asleep likewise.  He had heard, too,

from his grandfather, that many kings, sons had already come,

and had tried to get through the thorny hedge, but they had

remained sticking fast in it, and had died a pitiful death.

Then the youth said, I am not afraid, I will go and see

the beautiful briar-rose.  The good old man might dissuade him

as he would, he did not listen to his words.

But by this time the hundred years had just passed, and the

day had come when briar-rose was to awake again.  When the

king’s son came near to the thorn-hedge, it was nothing but

large and beautiful flowers, which parted from each other of

their own accord, and let him pass unhurt, then they closed

again behind him like a hedge.  In the castle yard he saw the

horses and the spotted hounds lying asleep, on the roof sat

the pigeons with their heads under their wings.  And when he

entered the house, the flies were asleep upon the wall, the

cook in the kitchen was still holding out his hand to seize the

boy, and the maid was sitting by the black hen which she

was going to pluck.

He went on farther, and in the great hall he saw the whole of

the court lying asleep, and up by the throne lay the king and


Then he went on still farther, and all was so quiet that a breath

could be heard, and at last he came to the tower, and opened the

door into the little room where briar-rose was sleeping.

There she lay, so beautiful that he could not turn his eyes away,

and he stooped down and gave her a kiss.  But as soon as he

kissed her, briar-rose opened her eyes and awoke, and looked

at him quite sweetly.

Then they went down together, and the king awoke, and the

queen, and the whole court, and looked at each other in

great astonishment.  And the horses in the courtyard stood

up and shook themselves, the hounds jumped up and wagged their

tails, the pigeons upon the roof pulled out their heads from

under their wings, looked round, and flew into the open

country, the flies on the wall crept again, the fire in the

kitchen burned up and flickered and cooked the meat, the joint

began to turn and sizzle again, and the cook gave the boy such

a box on the ear that he screamed, and the maid finished

plucking the fowl.

And then the marriage of the king’s son with briar-rose was

celebrated with all splendor, and they lived contented to the

end of their days.

2 stories in comparison, those are similar stories.

Even though the story of Diseny’s Sleeping Beauty is cut off dirty parts considerably.

Nobody thinks that it was originally made from such a dark original story when it is drawn by Disney’s story and animation.

There are also other Disney’s films made by Grimm’s fairy tales.

Such as Cinderella and Snow White.

In Sleeping Beauty, famous three fairy godmothers “Flora, Fauna and Merryweather”.

They are lovely sweet and clumsy.

meanwhile, in Grimm’s They are not three.

it’s 12 witches.

And 7 fairies in Perrault’s.

That’s interesting.

I like them, especially Fauna is my favorite somehow Lol

Always I think if Flora and Merryweather wouldn’t battle for changing Aurora’s dress color

the Crow of Maleficent didn’t find the house where they live…Lol

I love the music in the film.

the Music and Scene when Aurora dances with Phillip is so amazing💘

I feel like really wanna see it again💓

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