History Disney / Fantasia

21st May '17 3:31:29 PM NyxShadowhawk
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* PowerIncontinence: Mickey finds it quite easy to animate his master's broom and have it fetch water for him, but he isn't experienced enough in magic to know how to make the broom ''stop'' fetching water, and when he tries to chop the broom into pieces, all that does is create ''more'' brooms with ''more'' buckets, and poor Mickey soon finds himself in way over his head.

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* PowerIncontinence: Mickey finds it quite easy to animate his master's broom and have it fetch water for him, but he isn't experienced enough in magic to know how to make the broom ''stop'' fetching water, and when he tries to chop the broom into pieces, all that does is create ''more'' brooms with ''more'' buckets, and poor Mickey soon finds himself in way over his head.head-- literally, as the room starts to flood.
12th May '17 9:38:39 AM DecafGrub47393
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* {{Pegasus}}: Several appear in "The Rite of Spring".

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* {{Pegasus}}: Several appear in "The Rite of Spring"."Pastoral Symphony".
30th Apr '17 6:17:30 PM PaulA
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* UsefulNotes/{{Walpurgisnacht}}: The ''Night on Bald Mountain'' segment is set during Walpurgisnacht, featuring Chernaborg, the God of Evil, summoning his minions.
30th Apr '17 8:28:16 AM alnair20aug93
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* ShownTheirWork: At the time Fantasia was made, the only well-known version of ''Night on Bald Mountain'' was the one streamlined and rearranged (the All Music Guide says "{{bowdleri|se}}zed") by Rimsky-Korsakov. However, it was the third version. The first version by Mussorgsky ("St. John's Eve at the Bald Mountain") was about a witches' sabbath on St. John's Eve[[note]] June 23rd in the Western Calendar, July 6th in the Orthodox Calendar, and, like the Eve of All Saints (Hallowe'en) and the Eve of St. Walburga (''Walpurgisnacht''), a traditional time for the grand Sabbat of the witches[[/note]], mentioned Satan explicitly and was rejected by the organizer of the festival for which it was written. The second and most obscure version of the music was heavily reworked, called "Dream of the Young Peasant Lad" and intended to be part of an opera which he never finished. According to the All Music Guide, "as a boy dreams on a hill, he is threatened by inhuman voices and finds himself mocked in the realm of shadows. The voices warn of the Devil and the "Black God" Chernobog; as the shadows fade, both appear. Chernobog is glorified, a Black Mass is sung, and a Witches' Sabbath breaks out. As a church bell intones, Chernobog disappears and the demons writhe in agony. A church choir sings, the demons fade away, awakening the boy." Sound familiar?

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* ShownTheirWork: At the time Fantasia was made, the only well-known version of ''Night on Bald Mountain'' was the one streamlined and rearranged (the All Music Guide says "{{bowdleri|se}}zed") by Rimsky-Korsakov. However, it was the third version. The first version by Mussorgsky ("St. John's Eve at the Bald Mountain") was about a witches' sabbath on St. John's Eve[[note]] June 23rd in the Western Calendar, July 6th in the Orthodox Calendar, and, like the Eve of All Saints (Hallowe'en) and the Eve of St. Walburga (''Walpurgisnacht''), (''UsefulNotes/{{Walpurgisnacht}}''), a traditional time for the grand Sabbat of the witches[[/note]], mentioned Satan explicitly and was rejected by the organizer of the festival for which it was written. The second and most obscure version of the music was heavily reworked, called "Dream of the Young Peasant Lad" and intended to be part of an opera which he never finished. According to the All Music Guide, "as a boy dreams on a hill, he is threatened by inhuman voices and finds himself mocked in the realm of shadows. The voices warn of the Devil and the "Black God" Chernobog; as the shadows fade, both appear. Chernobog is glorified, a Black Mass is sung, and a Witches' Sabbath breaks out. As a church bell intones, Chernobog disappears and the demons writhe in agony. A church choir sings, the demons fade away, awakening the boy." Sound familiar?


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* UsefulNotes/{{Walpurgisnacht}}: The ''Night on Bald Mountain'' segment is set during Walpurgisnacht, featuring Chernaborg, the God of Evil, summoning his minions.
23rd Apr '17 5:24:42 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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* BigBad: The ObviouslyEvil [[BigRedDevil Big Black Devil]] Chernabog is this for the movie, and is often interpreted as being this for the [[UpToEleven entire Disney Animated Universe]].

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* BigBad: The ObviouslyEvil [[BigRedDevil Big Black Devil]] Chernabog is this for the movie, and is often interpreted as being this for the [[UpToEleven entire Disney Animated Universe]].Universe]] (unless you count [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]], and even then, being a SatanicArchetype, he could still take the role of GreaterScopeVillain).
11th Apr '17 1:45:01 PM Malady
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2nd Apr '17 5:01:36 AM JoieDeCombat
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* AncientGrome: The ''Pastoral'' Symphony sequence shamelessly muddles together Greek and Roman mythology. Deems Taylor's introduction names Zeus and Artemis alongside Bacchus and Vulcan
23rd Mar '17 11:15:50 PM alnair20aug93
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* {{Walpurgisnacht}}: The ''Night on Bald Mountain'' segment is set during Walpurgisnacht, featuring Chernaborg, the God of Evil, summoning his minions.
15th Mar '17 1:40:35 AM BoukenDutch
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* {{Walpurgisnacht}}: The ''Night on Bald Mountain'' segment is set during Walpurgisnacht, featuring Chernaborg, the God of Evil, summoning his minions.
8th Feb '17 12:46:17 PM LeeM
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* CreepyGood: Yen Sid the sorcerer actually looks pretty sinister. But come on, if '''Mickey Mouse''' is willing to be his apprentice he can't possibly be a bad guy.
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