#1
http://www.gamesradar.com/f/grisly-disney/a-20090924105225260047

I knew that Disney movies and shows had a few bits in them that could be considered "bad" for children, but seeing them all together like this (especially the Hitler one) is just weird.

Anyone else know of cartoons like these that basically throw the whole "Kid Show" mentality out the window and go into some sick s***?
#3
Who cares?

Hilarious read though.
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the word you are looking for is allusion. and im not exactly sure what youre all up about.
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http://www.gamesradar.com/f/grisly-disney/a-20090924105225260047

I knew that Disney movies and shows had a few bits in them that could be considered "bad" for children, but seeing them all together like this (especially the Hitler one) is just weird.

Anyone else know of cartoons like these that basically throw the whole "Kid Show" mentality out the window and go into some sick s***?



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#6
I saw the Hitler episode of Donald Duck last year in school. It was actually really funny.
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1) During WWII Hitler wasn't really associated with "Ultimate Evil" as he is today. He was just the enemy leader, and Der Fuhrer's Face was propaganda AGAINST Hitler and Germany. During WWII EVERYTHING became about the war effort. The first issue of Captain America featured him punching Hitler in the face on the cover. Daffy Duck went to Germany and hit Hitler over the head with a mallet. As well, note the end of the cartoon where it's revealed this whole Donald as a Nazi thing was a terrible nightmare and Donald is eternally grateful to find he is still American.

2) The majority of these are from the 30s and 40s. Back then there was no Cartoon Network. This was general entertainment, adults included. You would pay to go the theater, and you wouldn't just see a movie and leave. You'd be there all day. Remember, no television. You would see a double feature, a news reel, often a band would play, and you'd get a few cartoons in between movies. It was a big thing that adults and children would spend their days doing. And all for a few cents. Compare with the $10.50 you pay for an hour and half today.
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#8
Yeah, there's a whole bunch of hidden things. The rescuers down under has like a naked porn star in a picture in one scene.
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#9
Nobody gives a sh1t

Disney sucks now
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Yeah, there's a whole bunch of hidden things. The rescuers down under has like a naked porn star in a picture in one scene.


For about one frame, a sneaky animator threw it in. It has since been edited out in rereleases.
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#11
I lol'd pretty hard the Hitler part.
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#12
Pretty funny that when Disney decides to clean up their act(I.E. leave out their Hitler references, hangings, vast amount of parents murders and other acts of debaucheries), that's when Disney starts to go downhill in the name of quality.
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#13
Probably the most interesting thing I've read this week.
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#14
That scene with the baby oysters horrified me as a child. The movie had creeped me out to begin with and then the only non terrifying characters got eaten.
#15
Ahhh yes when Disney was good those where the days.
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#16
Sick ****s? No they were geniuses back then. I thought some of the horrific scenes viewed from those movies were some of the best, they animated fairy tales and built upon folklore, they had villians and heros and great stories.

The Disney Writers of NOW are sick ****s.
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I was expecting this thread would turn out to be about Epic Mickey instead:

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#18
Any one seen the chicken little episode? I think it's a fox uses Mein Kampf to eat aload of chickens. And then the ending shows lots of chicken bones spaced out like graves. Pretty dark don't you think?

EDIT: Just got to the part of the article where this is mentioned. Should have read it all before posting.
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#19
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http://www.gamesradar.com/f/grisly-disney/a-20090924105225260047

I knew that Disney movies and shows had a few bits in them that could be considered "bad" for children, but seeing them all together like this (especially the Hitler one) is just weird.

Anyone else know of cartoons like these that basically throw the whole "Kid Show" mentality out the window and go into some sick s***?



None of that is even that sick, grow a pair.
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#21
That Nazi Donald Duck cartoon is awesome in every single way.
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#23
gotta love donald duck "heil hitler, heil hitler, heil hitler!" LOL
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#24
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1) During WWII Hitler wasn't really associated with "Ultimate Evil" as he is today. He was just the enemy leader, and Der Fuhrer's Face was propaganda AGAINST Hitler and Germany. During WWII EVERYTHING became about the war effort. The first issue of Captain America featured him punching Hitler in the face on the cover. Daffy Duck went to Germany and hit Hitler over the head with a mallet. As well, note the end of the cartoon where it's revealed this whole Donald as a Nazi thing was a terrible nightmare and Donald is eternally grateful to find he is still American.

2) The majority of these are from the 30s and 40s. Back then there was no Cartoon Network. This was general entertainment, adults included. You would pay to go the theater, and you wouldn't just see a movie and leave. You'd be there all day. Remember, no television. You would see a double feature, a news reel, often a band would play, and you'd get a few cartoons in between movies. It was a big thing that adults and children would spend their days doing. And all for a few cents. Compare with the $10.50 you pay for an hour and half today.


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#26
The world isn't a nice place. I'd rather disney have scenes of things kids will actually experience in their lives than some high school musical bullshit.
#27
They do know disney didn't write alice in wonderalnd?
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1) During WWII Hitler wasn't really associated with "Ultimate Evil" as he is today. He was just the enemy leader, and Der Fuhrer's Face was propaganda AGAINST Hitler and Germany. During WWII EVERYTHING became about the war effort. The first issue of Captain America featured him punching Hitler in the face on the cover. Daffy Duck went to Germany and hit Hitler over the head with a mallet. As well, note the end of the cartoon where it's revealed this whole Donald as a Nazi thing was a terrible nightmare and Donald is eternally grateful to find he is still American.

2) The majority of these are from the 30s and 40s. Back then there was no Cartoon Network. This was general entertainment, adults included. You would pay to go the theater, and you wouldn't just see a movie and leave. You'd be there all day. Remember, no television. You would see a double feature, a news reel, often a band would play, and you'd get a few cartoons in between movies. It was a big thing that adults and children would spend their days doing. And all for a few cents. Compare with the $10.50 you pay for an hour and half today.


I'm gonna have to go with this.
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They do know disney didn't write alice in wonderalnd?


This is about animation, not writing.
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They were going on about the mushrooms and the walrus and the carpenter and such, which was all in the original book. But meh.
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#31
Disney would have been much more entertaining if Brandy and Mr. Whiskers started drinking, if Phineas and Ferb started using guns, stuff like that.
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Disney would have been much more entertaining if Brandy and Mr. Whiskers started drinking, if Phineas and Ferb started using guns, stuff like that.


#33
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I was expecting this thread would turn out to be about Epic Mickey instead:



OH. ****.

I'd love to see those in a Disney movie.
#34
The writer essentially takes 4 meandering pages to say: times have changed.

Oh, what insight.
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#35
I love the part of the Hitler episode where he was in the factory. Heil Hitler! Heil Hitler! Heil Hiter! Heil Hitler! Heil Hitler! lmao
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I love the part of the Hitler episode where he was in the factory. Heil Hitler! Heil Hitler! Heil Hiter! Heil Hitler! Heil Hitler! lmao


Yeah. For a Disney cartoon that was surprisingly funny.
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