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Re: Disney Classics

Postby sjbonnar on Thu Jan 15, 2009 12:38 pm

Nessie-chan wrote:Favourite quotes time!


"Forgive me for not leaping for joy...bad back you know?"

Scar from the Lion King ^_^
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Ryoko on Thu Jan 15, 2009 1:01 pm

"Llama faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace!"
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby sjbonnar on Thu Jan 15, 2009 9:39 pm

"Huh? Hmm? What? Someone's throwing stuff!" Emperor's New Groove. I use this weekly, it's amazing!
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Manga Girl on Thu Jan 15, 2009 9:49 pm

"I hear that name and I shudder"
"Mufasa!"
"Oooooooooh...that tickles... do it again"
Mufasa"
"Ooooo..."
"Mufasa Mufasa Mufasa!"
- Shanzie and Bonzai The Lion king

"Twinkle,twinkle little bat,
How I wonder where your at.
Up above the world so high
like a tea tray in the sky"
~ The door mouse in Alice in Wonderland

"Oi! Ten thousand years will give you such a crick in the neck!"
- Genie from Aladdin

"Remember: Always let your conscience be your guide."
- The Blue Fairy from Pinocchio
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Leonie Heartilly on Thu Jan 15, 2009 9:59 pm

Jane Porter (Tarzan):

"I was saved! I was saved by a flying wild man in a loincloth."
"And Daddy, they took my boot!"
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Nessie-chan on Fri Jan 16, 2009 12:09 pm

"I never want to see a naked man again"
-whole bunch of naked guys run past-
*pause*
"Don't look at me, I ain't biting anymore butts!"

-Mulan and Mushu (Mulan, duh! xD)
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Aqua-the-hedgehog on Fri Jan 16, 2009 1:54 pm

I love the movies with disney princesses like that, I'm kind of kiddish I guess, but what can you say about a girl!?
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Leonie Heartilly on Sun Jan 18, 2009 1:34 am

Hercules:

Hades: How sentimental. You know, I haven't been this choked up since I got a hunk of moussaka caught in my throat.

Meg: Well, you know how men are. They think "No" means "Yes" and "Get lost" means "Take me. I'm yours."

Mulan:


Mushu: My little baby, off to destroy people.

[a group of naked men run to the lake where Mulan is bathing]
Mushu: Oh! We're doomed! There are a couple things I *know* they're bound to notice!

[on the troops]
Mushu: Beautiful, isn't it?
Mulan: They're disgusting.
Mushu: No, they're men.

Beauty and the Beast:

Gaston: It's not right for a woman to read. Soon she starts getting *ideas*, and *thinking*...

Featherduster: [to Lumiere] I've been burnt by you before!

The Lion King:

Zazu: He'd make a very handsome throw rug.
Mufasa: [Surprised] Zazu!
Zazu: And just think, Whenever he gets dirty you can take him out and beat him.

Timon: [singing] Luau. If you're hungry for a hunk of fat and juicy meat/ Eat my buddy Pumbaa here, 'cause he's a tasty treat/Come on down and dine/ On this tasty swine/ All you gotta is get in line/Are you achin'...
Pumbaa: Yup, yup, yup.
Timon: For some bacon?
Pumbaa: Yup, yup, yup.
Timon: He's a big pig.
Pumbaa: Yup, yup.
Timon: You can be a big pig, too. Oy.


Okay I'm done XD
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby picklesofdoom on Thu Feb 05, 2009 1:25 am

Ahhhh disney.

I do love at lot of the old films disney films. Ones I'll ALWAYS choose though are The Lion King, Sleeping Beauty, Hercules, Basil the great Mouse detective, The Black Cauldron. The last two I really loved as a child to the point of wearing out the video tapes. The Black Cauldron especially was extreamly dark and one of the few disneys to have no sing-song moments in it, methinks. The Horned King was creepy and whats not to love about a fortune-telling pig. LOL. Robin Hood will always be my favourite though. Watch it every christmas! Fantasia is another fave. So beautifully animated. Would insist sitting through the whole thing just to see the last part: A Night on Bare Mountian :D I was always fasinated by it as a kid. The mountian had wings!

some quotes:

Robin Hood:
"Oh, he's so handsome... just like his reward posters. "

Sheriff of Nottingham: [clock chimes three times] Nutsy, you better set your brain ahead two hours.
Nutsy: Right. Hey, Sheriff, does that there mean adding or subtracting?

Robin: "Marian, my darling, I love you more than life itself." (awwwwww :lol: )

Black Cauldron:
Eilonwy: I'm Princess Eilonwy. Are you a lord, or a warrior?
Taran: Uh, no. Uh... I-I-I'm an assistant pig keeper.

Taran: Have you seen my pig?
Gurgi: Piggy? Round, fat piggy? Big snout
[snorts]
Taran: Yes, yes.
Gurgi: Curly tail?
Taran: That's her! That's Hen-Wen!
Gurgi: Uh-uh, Nope. Gurgi not seen piggy. Nope.

Hercules:
"Name's Hades, Lord of the dead. Hi, how ya doin'? "

"Memo to me: Maim you after my meeting." love Hades! lol.

Meg: Is Wonderboy here for real?
Phil: What are you talkin' about? Of course he's real. Whoa. And by the way, sweet cheeks, I'm real too. :lol:

For Basil:
I post this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwGjhOipzTw Great Song as is Be Prepared http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0AiN8vrn9Y Lion King. CLASSIC!

(haha found it in Japanese too lol http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGwa1fPwl_Y)

"Its clear from your vacant expressions, the lights aren't all on upstairs!"

"No king, no king, lalalalala"
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Ottervinn on Thu Feb 05, 2009 9:03 am

Dude, is it just me who thinks that Ratigan qualifies as the most evil Disney villain ever? xDDD
I mean, in his song, his henchmen ask if his next crime is going to be: Worse than the widows and orphans you drowned?
Not only that, he kills poor, drunk little Bartholemew for yelling out: "TO RATIGAN THE WORLD'S GREATEST RAT!", with KittyZilla.
And at the end of the film he kicks poor little Fidget off the whirligig to his death just 'cause it was getting too heavy. >___>

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Although, you know my favourite Disney villain? XD Percival McLeach from The Rescuers Down Under. <333 "I DIDN'T GIT PAST T' THIRD GRADE FER NOTHIN'!" Poor lil Cody (what an Australian name...) could have avoided a lot of trouble by just saying he FOUND Marahute's feather, or his dad/mum gave it to him as a present... ><
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby picklesofdoom on Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:12 pm

Would have to I agree! Ratigan could indeed qualify for the most evil disney villan.

I think BTGMD was the least cutesy of the Disney films which is why I loved it so, that and it was based around the Sherlock Holmes novels. Which is also why the original author named him Basil. After Basil Rathbone who played Sherlock Holmes in 194o's and has since defined the role of the great detective. That is with the exception of Jeremy Brett, who played him in 1980's. (Always thought it was class because they even sampled Basil Rathbone's voice for Holmes in BTGMD.)

Been trying to get hold of the original Basil of Baker Street by Eve Titus for years but i think its out of print *cries*.

The Rescuers was one I never enjoyed. It used to scare me when I was little.....strange if you compare it to the films i did like LOL.
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby sjbonnar on Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:55 pm

You'd say Ratigan is more evil that Malificent!?
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Ottervinn on Thu Feb 05, 2009 3:22 pm

sjbonnar wrote:You'd say Ratigan is more evil that Malificent!?


Don't really remember that much of Sleeping Beauty... but I found her a bit laughable in KH. ^^;
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby ukotaku on Thu Feb 05, 2009 4:59 pm

These are the Disney movies i'll never forget in my Childhood

Saddest Movies

Bambi (I Cried so much when Bambi's Mum dies)
The Lion King

Scariest Movies

Snow White
Sleeping Beauty

Funniest movies

Aladdin and the King Of Theives
The Emperor's new Groove

For Cartoon series, it has to be DuckTales, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers and DarkWing Duck ( I miss my childhood T_T)
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Sunday: Orihara Izaya-Durarara!!
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby sjbonnar on Thu Feb 05, 2009 7:30 pm

Malificent is the only Disney Villain that has ever felt like she was TRULY menacing. Shere Khan (sp?) comes close though.
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Nessie-chan on Thu Feb 05, 2009 8:48 pm

Shere Khan was just TOO COOL for words. Being older now I can appreciate his suaveness xD

Edit: No way is Ratigan the most evil disney villian! What about Maleficent like SJ said? Or Frollo? Or even Scar, I mean hell he killed his own brother!!

Gah, even Lady Tremaine! That beeyotch! I hated her SO MUCH
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby sjbonnar on Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:28 pm

*growls at the very mention of Frollo*

God damn I hate that guy so much! That's the only Disney movie that ever brought me close to tears (of anger mind you. Have you ever been so angry your eyes welled up?) when they were throwing tomatos at Quasimodo...
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Leonie Heartilly on Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:29 pm

Maleficent still creeps me out. The voice, her theme music, the way she turns into a dragon... hell even dead she looks scary with all that black goo spread out on the floor *shudder*
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Nessie-chan on Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:35 pm

Everytime I am angry I am close to tears

I'm trying to think of scary and very evil villians now..
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Silver on Fri Feb 06, 2009 12:47 pm

sjbonnar wrote:Malificent is the only Disney Villain that has ever felt like she was TRULY menacing. Shere Khan (sp?) comes close though.


...*twitch*

How... can you say... they made Shere Khan menacing? They made him a laughing sock. They made Baloo a jester. And Bhaghera, one of the *wisest* and most respected creatures in the jungle, they turned into a bumbling bufoon!
Khar - don't even me started! One of the most feared creatures of the jungle, again pulled down from his imposing position to be made fun of. The elephants were just awful. And the wolves - that actually play a really big part in the book - and brushed over in a manner of seconds.

I HATE DISNEY'S JUNGLE BOOK. I grew up on those books being read to me by my dad, and I love Disney a lot. But Jungle Book is the worst film they've ever done. Granted they don't stay true to all the stories (Cinderella book, one of the ugly sister cuts off her toes to make the slipper fit - read the Brother's Grimm) but in the Jungle Book, they took a fabulous and involving story and turned it upside down, shook it around and reguritated some utter... ..

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Okay, I feel better now. No offence to anyone who actually likes that film. I just... don't.

But here, to detract from angry Silver, have some quotes:

The Little Mermaid:

Scuttle: This! This I haven't seen in years! This is wonderful!
Ariel: What is it?!
Scuttle: A banded, bulbous, snarphlat.

Ariel: Oh - he's very handsome, isn't he?
Scuttle: I 'unno, he looks kind of hairy and slobbery to me.

Scuttle: I was flying - I mean, of course I was flying and I saw the watch - the witch! Watching herself in the mirror and she was singin' with a stolen set of pipes! [Whacking Sebastian on the floor] Do you hear what I'm tellin' you? The prince is marryin' the sea witch in disguise!
Sebastian: Are you sure about dis?
Scuttle: Have I ever been wrong?.... I mean when its important?!

Cinderella

Cinderella: [to Bruno] Dreaming again?
Bruno nods
Cinderella: About Lucifer?
Bruno nods
Cinderella: Catch him this time?
Bruno nods enthusiastically
Cinderella: [sharply] Thats bad!

Gus: [On spotting some teal beads pointed out to him by Jacque] OOOOO! BEADS!

Hercules
Meg: [After following in a hord of Hercules fangirls and spotting feet behind a curtain] Lets see what's behind door number 3!

Hades: [having spotted Pain wearing Hercules sandals] I am 24 hours away from the biggest venture and you are WEARING HIS MERCHENDISE!!!! [hears slurping behind him to see Panic drinking a Hercules slushie]
Panic: [nervous laugh] Heh... thirsty?
Hades: ARRRRRGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH!!!!
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby hanagata on Fri Feb 06, 2009 1:07 pm

:O I decided to check this thread but haven't read so many posts, so maybe i'm not saying anything new...

but since you are talking about evil characters

I remember when I watched The Black Cauldron, it scared the hell out of me!

And I agree with a poster above. Bambi and The Lion King, saddes Disney's films ever.
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby sjbonnar on Fri Feb 06, 2009 1:44 pm

Oh no Silver, no worries I hated the Jungle Book too. *is a fan of the book* But what I was talking about was actual menace. Most of the other villains are out to do things for a reason and it's usually not all that inherantly evil. Shere Khan had this dark sense of evil for the sake of evil thing.

Malificent is still far worse.
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby Nessie-chan on Fri Feb 06, 2009 11:21 pm

Gah, you people. The Jungle Book is one of my all time favs. Such a brilliant film with brill songs. And yes I shall ignore the "racist" undertones. I take it for what it is and that is a great film. Life is too short to get easily offended by little things.

However, I will not call Bambi one of the saddest disney films. It had moments, but it wasn't heart wrenching. Nor Mufasa's death. In all honesty, I am moved more by the songs. "Circle of Life" still brings me to tears every time I see that sequence; I find it so powerful and moving.
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby sjbonnar on Sat Feb 07, 2009 1:15 am

Nessie-chan wrote:Gah, you people. The Jungle Book is one of my all time favs. Such a brilliant film with brill songs. And yes I shall ignore the "racist" undertones. I take it for what it is and that is a great film. Life is too short to get easily offended by little things.


The best thing to come from the Jungle Book was Robin Hood (Robin Hood, made when Disney was poor, they reused scenes from Jungle Book hence lots of characters/scenes looking similar)
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Re: Disney Classics

Postby hanagata on Sat Feb 07, 2009 7:59 am

I also liket The Jungle Book a lot :lol:
Let's not be hard with the movie just because is not a copy of the book.

And about what sjbonnar said :O. That's interesting. I remember I also saw some scenes reused in The Jungle Book from The Sword on the Stone (The Sword on the Stone being older).
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