Love Disney Princesses?

The most famous of all the Disney franchises is without a doubt, “The Princesses” .  This particular series has been inspiring children since Snow White and The Seven Dwarves first came out in 1937. There have now been fifty-two movies that are partaking this adventure; with new adventures coming each year!

History of Disney Princesses:

The Disney princess movie and toy franchise is one of the most popular among children worldwide, with many different characters owned by The Walt Disney Company. However not all these lovely ladies are actually part if this company’s properties; there exist Snow White (owned%), Cinderella(%) Aurora-, Ariel Belle Jasmine Pocahontas Mulan Tiana Rapunzel Merida & Moana . dolls beauty products home décor etc., which have made them very successful in America lately.

Princesses from the Disney kingdom can be categorised into three generations:

The First Generation (1937-1959)

The first generation of Disney princesses is considered the foundation on which their entire franchise was built. The stories Snow White (1937), Cinderella(1950) and Sleeping Beauty 1959 were created in this period thus beginning an adventure full with happy endings that we know today as ‘The Princes Series’.

The Second Generation (1989- 1992)

For the first time, Disney princesses were not just white. The Little Mermaid (1989), Beauty and the Beast(1991) Aladdin 1992 .  Pocahontas 1995 Mulan 1998 are all examples of diverse characters in this group who had their own personality.

The Third Generation (2009-2013)

The most recent generation of Disney princesses have been released to theaters. These movies are drastically different than their predecessors in that they show more realistic portrayals. And don’t just focus on a happily ever after. Instead giving representation for strong female leads who face obstacles with grace, persistence, courage. All qualities young girls need learn early before it’s too late!

The dark side of the most popular princesses namely; Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and The Little Mermaid.

The Little Mermaid (Original story 1837)

The Little Mermaid is a story of love and loss. In the original Danish version, written by Hans Christian Anderson in 1837-38 it’s similar to. Disney where Ariel falls for Prince Eric who eventually leaves after making an agreement with Ursula – she will become human if he kisses her lips which have been magically turned into those found on land animals; however this deal includes another condition. Every step taken feels like walking atop glass shards until finally you realize there are no more pieces left so long as your heart remains true toward him (or whichever person may apply).

Sleeping Beauty (Original story 1812)

The Disney story of Sleeping Beauty is one where true love saves your life. However, in the original 17th-century Italian tale by Matteo Maria Boiardo – also known as Lewis Carroll’s “. Through The Looking Glass”–the princess pricks her finger on a spindle. And expires into deep sleep without waking up again; thus gathering ‘fruits’ from what seemed like an endless supply for him or her (it varies depending who you ask).

Cinderella (Original story 1812)

The step-sisters in this story have quite the tough time. They cut off parts of their feet to fit into beautiful glass slippers. Only for those same birds that helped Cinderella before them show up at a weddings with eyes gouged out. Because they revealed what happened after being eavesdropped on by some clever princes! The end result? A happy ending where both sisters attend as guests numerour times. One wearing shoes made from tissues (part reminders not everyone can be perfect). While another dances all night long beneath Tableaus filledWith Flowers.

Snow White (Original story 1812)

The Brothers’ Grimm version of “Snow White” is about an unhappy girl named Snow. Who was forced by the seven dwarves to cook and clean for them in return for protection. Her stepmother, jealous that her beauty surpassed hers (as well as other reasons). Schemes on how she can get rid or kill this child. Born from a boar without any magic powers at all. The huntsman instead brings home lungs with food coloring added because he knew. What would upset his wife even more . But it doesn’t work out quite right when you’re trying your best not eat anything yourself…

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