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86,219 notes on 23 Sep 14

kristoffbjorgman:

Top 10 Disney Movies (as voted by my followers)
#1  - Frozen (2013)
#2 - The Little Mermaid (1989)
#3 - Tangled (2010)
#4 - Beauty and the Beast (1991)
#5 - Mulan (1998)
#6 - The Princess and the Frog (2009)
#7 - Wreck-It Ralph (2012)
#8 - The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
#9 - Lilo and Stitch (2002)
#10 - The Lion King (1994)

# Frozen    # The Little Mermaid    # Tangled    # Beauty and the Beast    # Mulan    # The Princess and the Frog    # Wreck It Ralph    # the Hunchback of Notredame    # Lilo and Stitch    # Lion King    

allyasavedthedayagain:

You know, if you watch the lion king closely, you can find a lot of simbalism.


# oh    # lion king    # becursed    

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bowtiesarecool4:

This is deep, man

I wanted to get the last two lines as a tattoo. I am obsessed with Disney.

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# lion king    

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# lion king    
# hahaha    # cats    # Frozen    # Lady and the Tramp    # Beauty and the Beast    # lion king    # Tangled    # Aladdin    # the little mermaid    
12,355 notes on 29 Jul 14
pugletto:

animalpuff:

pugletto:

animalpuff:

pugletto:

A lot of people were like, “But this guy doesn’t look like Simba!” and I’m just -There are only so many ways you can interpret a lion, guys. I mean Bear!Kenai didn’t look like human!Kenai, did he?I rest my case. Also don’t remove my commentary, jeeze guys.

Yeah, it never mattered to me what race someone chose to portray him as, if he were human. It doesn’t matter. Simba’s a lion, he doesn’t have a human’s race. And the whole “he’s in Africa so he must be black” thing seems as arbitrary as making him white because it fits his color scheme more. (No one ever seems to mention how not-light-skinned Pumbaa is in that pic)
Also, he’s a friggin’ lion, geez.

Actually it does matter. That’s why I drew it.

I can’t actually see why it would. It doesn’t seem all that important, and it seems like it just comes down to the artist’s own personal style and preference.
Maybe you could tell me how it does matter, or give me an idea, because I don’t know how to look at this.

Because white people in Africa is a product of colonization. So making Simba white is completely and totally problematic. Especially when lions are native to Africa, and the fact that there are nine billion other perfectly white, Eurocentric Disney movies we can all gush over. Why wouldn’t he be black?Also because canonically speaking, Simba is portrayed by a black man in the broadway show, and I don’t see why that isn’tconsidered word of god already.

pugletto:

animalpuff:

pugletto:

animalpuff:

pugletto:

A lot of people were like, “But this guy doesn’t look like Simba!” and I’m just -

There are only so many ways you can interpret a lion, guys. I mean Bear!Kenai didn’t look like human!Kenai, did he?

I rest my case. Also don’t remove my commentary, jeeze guys.

Yeah, it never mattered to me what race someone chose to portray him as, if he were human. It doesn’t matter. Simba’s a lion, he doesn’t have a human’s race. And the whole “he’s in Africa so he must be black” thing seems as arbitrary as making him white because it fits his color scheme more. (No one ever seems to mention how not-light-skinned Pumbaa is in that pic)

Also, he’s a friggin’ lion, geez.

Actually it does matter. That’s why I drew it.

I can’t actually see why it would. It doesn’t seem all that important, and it seems like it just comes down to the artist’s own personal style and preference.

Maybe you could tell me how it does matter, or give me an idea, because I don’t know how to look at this.

Because white people in Africa is a product of colonization. So making Simba white is completely and totally problematic. Especially when lions are native to Africa, and the fact that there are nine billion other perfectly white, Eurocentric Disney movies we can all gush over. Why wouldn’t he be black?

Also because canonically speaking, Simba is portrayed by a black man in the broadway show, and I don’t see why that isn’tconsidered word of god already.


# lion king    
6,053 notes on 24 Jul 14

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3,457 notes on 24 Jul 14

iPhone Backgrounds → The Lion King by request

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# Lion King    
1,218 notes on 20 Jun 14

JUNE 15TH, 1994 - THE LION KING.

Happy 20th Anniversary!

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3,880 notes on 19 Jun 14

nataliedurmer:

Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age, and dreams are forever. — Walt Disney.


# The Princess and the Frog    # Alice In Wonderland    # Sleeping Beauty    # Beauty and the Beast    # Aladdin    # Frozen    # the little mermaid    # Wreck It Ralph    # Lady and the Tramp    # Hercules    # lion king    # Meet the Robinsons    # 101 dalmations    # the Aristocats    # Pocahontas    # Peter Pan    # Mulan    # Cinderella    # fox and the hound    # Snow White    # winnie the pooh    # Lilo and Stitch    # Finding Nemo    # Toy Story    # Tarzan    # Treasure Planet    # Bambi    # Up    # Atlantis    # Ratatouille