History Disney / TheLionKing

27th Jul '16 10:59:11 PM RisefromYourGrave
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27th Jul '16 8:27:04 AM SunshineRocksxx23
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** "Danger? Ha!... I laugh in the face of danger! ha ha ha ha." Simba child, later quoted by Nala adult

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** "Danger? Ha!... I laugh in the face of danger! Ha ha ha ha ha." Simba child, ha!" Child!Simba, later quoted by Nala adultAdult!Nala



** "What will your mother/she think?" Scar to Simba child, then Nala adult to Simba adult
** "a king/I can do whatever he/I want(s)" Scar sticks with the puerile misconception of royalty by Simba child, though it's doubtful that the latter would let his pride starve to death

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** "What will your mother/she think?" Scar to Simba child, Child!Simba, then Nala adult Adult!Nala to Simba adult
Adult!Simba
** "a king/I can do whatever he/I want(s)" Scar sticks with the puerile misconception of royalty by Simba child, Child!Simba, though it's doubtful that the latter would let his pride starve to death
27th Jul '16 8:22:49 AM SunshineRocksxx23
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** "Run... Run away... and NEVER return." Scar to Simba child, then Simba adult to Scar once he catches on to the deception

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** "Run... Run away... and NEVER return." Scar to Simba child, Child!Simba, then Simba adult Adult!Simba to Scar once he catches on to the deception
19th Jul '16 5:03:20 AM TwilightLord
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** Also Timon, whose name is Greek in origin.
15th Jul '16 7:23:42 AM Az_Tech341
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** In {{Disney/Hercules}}, during one short scene, the protagonist wears a lion skin what looks exactly like Scar (including the eye scar and the fur colour). However, it is rather more a tribute to the film, like Disney's often do to each other. Even within the Disney Canon continuity, there is very few chance the rug is Scar's skin, firstly because he was mauled to death by the hyenas, and secondly because, even if the corpse had been miraculously preserved, the odds that it traveled intact from Eastern Africa to Greece in Antiquity are inexistent.
** The total absence of any human activity (even the slightest trail of a share taxi or cattle move) may indicate that the film probably takes place at a time when Kilimanjaro area was less populated, at least before the XXth century.

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** In {{Disney/Hercules}}, during one short scene, the protagonist wears a lion skin what that looks exactly like Scar (including the eye scar and the fur colour). However, it is rather more a tribute to the film, like Disney's Disney films often do to each other. Even within the Disney Canon continuity, there is very few little chance the rug is Scar's skin, firstly because he was both mauled to death by the hyenas, hyenas and secondly because, even if burned alive, so the corpse had been miraculously preserved, the odds that it traveled intact from Eastern Africa to Greece in Antiquity are inexistent.
skin would have born marks of this.
** The total absence of any human activity (even the slightest trail of a share taxi or cattle move) may indicate that the film probably takes place at a time when Kilimanjaro area was less populated, at least before the XXth twentieth century.
13th Jul '16 1:51:16 AM DrakeClawfang
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** Nala giving Simba the "let's do it" eyes in "Can You Feel The Love Tonight".
*** An eariler verson of the song can be found on youtube, which involves much more...phyicial on-screen contact. Even the original lyrics are more suggestive.

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** Nala giving Simba the "let's do it" eyes in "Can You Feel The Love Tonight".
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Tonight" quite obviously ends with the implication that Nala and Simba had sex, with Simba standing over her in the grass as she looks up at him with hooded eyes and a small smile. An eariler verson earlier version of the song can be found on youtube, which involves much more...phyicial on-screen contact. Even sequence, with an alternate version of the original song, makes it even more explicit with more suggestive lyrics are and more suggestive. physicality between the two.
1st Jul '16 4:32:00 PM ben9192
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** In {{Disney/Hercules}}, the protagonist wears a lion skin what looks exactly like Scar. If the two really are the same, then we can say that Lion King is happened around the 13 century.

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** In {{Disney/Hercules}}, during one short scene, the protagonist wears a lion skin what looks exactly like Scar. If Scar (including the two really are eye scar and the same, then we can say fur colour). However, it is rather more a tribute to the film, like Disney's often do to each other. Even within the Disney Canon continuity, there is very few chance the rug is Scar's skin, firstly because he was mauled to death by the hyenas, and secondly because, even if the corpse had been miraculously preserved, the odds that Lion King is happened around it traveled intact from Eastern Africa to Greece in Antiquity are inexistent.
** The total absence of any human activity (even
the 13 slightest trail of a share taxi or cattle move) may indicate that the film probably takes place at a time when Kilimanjaro area was less populated, at least before the XXth century.
28th Jun '16 3:13:45 PM SnowyWolf
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*** An eariler verson of the song can be found on youtube, which involves much more...phyicial on-screen contact. Even the original lyrics are more suggestive.
26th Jun '16 4:16:54 PM Keeyla
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** The hyenas bark and whine like dogs. In real life, hyenas are more closely related to cats, and normally make whooping or giggling noises.
24th Jun '16 12:44:09 PM katrinahood
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* SkyFace: Simba sees his deceased father's face in the night sky, telling him, "Remember who you are. You are my son, and the one true king."
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