January 22, 2010

Potential Disney Heroines

If I learned anything from Disney's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," just about any classic story can be made into a Disney property when you spiff it up with a little song and dance.  So I present to you my ideas for some unused "Princess" characters Disney should look into.

23 comments:

jeremy said...

Awesome. "Sinking Into Love" - that's great!

Tyson Murphy said...

these are so funny it hurts

Aaron Ludwig said...

That's hilarious.

RnB said...

That is so freaking hilarious and awesome. Jocasta in Oedipus Rex, "there's something wrong with that boy". Hester Prynne singing in a field. That should of been a forest with her little daughter Pearl joining in on a song about Paternity (for Hester) and absentee Daddy issues(for Pearl). hah hah

dwilson said...

Oh Sam, these are awesome!!

Why aren't you head of story at Disney? Others to consider: Carmen, Anna Karennina, or A Farewell to Arms

Bully said...

Beautifully done! I can hear the songs now! Ophelia's ends with a glub and some cartoon fish looking a little sad.

Vacation said...

Considering Disney never really sticks too close to the original stories...these would be amazing! I vote Ophelia - maybe without the drowning :P

Tiffany said...

LMAO!! The Oedipus one is hilarious! XDD

Hawk said...

Goodness, Sam... this had me laughing pretty hard. Especially when I got to the last panel. Turning new, somewhat inappropriate stories into Disney renditions was a very good idea.

spifferific said...

Interesting choices! I don't know much about those girls but they look pretty decent. The kid going ga-ga over that lady (Oedipus?) is pretty darn cute.

Israphael said...

May I suggest Emma Bovary from the novel Madame Bovary. Or maybe a Disney version of Lady Chatterly's Lover

AL said...

Wuthering Heights? Is that weird and inappropriate enough for Disney to consider? If they want to make more politically correct movies and represent diversity and all that, they could do the Mahabharata (sp?). Tess of D'urbevilles, anyone?

Quaver said...

Awesome, loved it!

Arsnof said...

Oh, my. His sausage...

Fanboy Wife said...

Ha, ha! I love the Ophelia one!

Robin said...

now thats funny. bizarre, but funny.

Morgan said...

Oedipus! Hahaha!! i can't stop laughing.

Stheno said...

That's fantastic!! XD
Just made my life. And my childhood.

TK Turner said...

Hahahaha! My favorite is with Hester, rolfmao! I literally spit juice onto my laptop screen giggling, heeheehee!

Peter said...

Great, i can´t wait to see the movies! (lol)

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Okie said...

Hilarious and very well done! I love these. :)

sherri said...

I teach high school English...I teach all three of these novels/plays...I seriously laughed so hard I almost snarfed my coffee. Well Done!