History Heartwarming / Fantasia

22nd Mar '18 11:11:06 PM SenorCornholio
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[[caption-width-right:350:See, if this was any other reality, one would be eating the other. The fact that they got this far is, quite frankly, a thing of beauty.]]
6th Jan '18 3:40:18 PM Psi001
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* Mickey coming in to shake hands and congratulate composer Stokowski straight afterwards. He seems quite taken to interacting with Disney's prize cartoon star.
21st Dec '17 9:30:54 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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* The baby Pegasi.
** The end of the Pastoral segment, where everyone settles down to sleep, in preparation for another fun lively day.
** ''Pastorale'' with the Greek Mythology, the centaurs, the fauns, and everyone dancing around.
** A centaurette saving a baby unicorn during the storm.
** One of the baby pegasuses is being tossed to and fro in the storm. The mother pegasus immediately goes over to it, grabs it, and protects it and her other babies in a tree.
* The 'King' alligator Ben Ali Gator silently telling the others, "Back off!" After he falls for the girl hippo Hyacinth.

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* The baby Pegasi.
** The end
entirety of the Pastoral Symphony segment, where everyone settles down to sleep, in preparation for another fun lively day.
** ''Pastorale''
really, with the Greek Mythology, the centaurs, the fauns, and everyone dancing around.
around, but the heartwarming really kicks off in the symphony's last three movements:
** Everyone preparing for the bacchanal seems delighted to be participating in their own ways, be it bringing the grapes, crushing the grapes, or just building atmosphere by throwing petals or playing music.
** Bacchus [[WhatsUpKingDude seems pretty cool with the mortals]] (if only because he's stumbling drunk the whole way through). During the dancing scene, a couple of centaurettes show no qualms over dancing with him briefly (as does Jacchus); and at the brief intermission, when the line of centaurs/centaurettes bow to him, he bows back.
** Also sweet is the amount of love and affection Bacchus has for his little [[{{Portmanteau}} donkicorn]] companion. Just before the storm, he kisses him full on the snout, and when Zeus shows up, his first response is to clutch Jacchus close to his chest. And after the storm passes, his last shot is of him holding the little guy under his arm as he raises a glass to Iris.
** As the storm begins, a few baby unicorns all hide under a larger one (presumably their mother), who braces for the incoming wind.
** A centaurette saving a baby unicorn stranded on a rock during the storm.
** One of the baby pegasuses pegasi is being tossed to and fro in the storm. The mother pegasus immediately goes over to it, grabs it, and protects it and her other babies in a tree.
** The very end of the segment, where everyone settles down to sleep in preparation for another fun lively day.
* The 'King' alligator Ben Ali Gator silently telling the others, "Back off!" After after he falls for the girl hippo Hyacinth.
8th Dec '17 7:29:06 PM Wheatenlyric950
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13th Aug '17 11:01:59 PM SolidTrig
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** Not to mention the symbolism behind the scene. Chernabog (Satan, basically) is portrayed as this absolutely terrifying force of evil, summoning ghosts and demons and toying with them for his amusement. But then suddenly he and his fellow ghouls recoil at the sight of some offscreen source of light. Is it God, come to destroy him? Is it the Sun, whose light is known to vanquish certain monsters? No, it's a long line of Christians, walking by torchlight on a pilgrimage somewhere. Chernabog, as mighty as he is, is defeated by the simple faith of God's children.
16th Jun '16 12:57:50 AM LovePsychothefirst
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* The roadshow impromptu swing session is strangely touching.
5th Jul '15 9:18:19 AM Phoenixion
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* The end of the "Pomp and Circumstance" segment.
* The "Rhapsody in Blue" segment from ''Fantasia 2000''. By the end, everyone is happy and has received what they dream of--Rachel gets to spend time with her loving parents, John gets to escape his awful wife and have fun at the club while Duke plays, and Jobless Joe gets a job. All of it being set to the final, always-memorable, LastChorusSlowdown main melody of the piece is absolutely perfect.
** YMMV, but this troper finds Joe's happy ending even more satisfying than the others. For three reasons:
*** While the three others wanted something precious but not indispensable, Joe wanted something ''he desperately needed''.
*** The three others get a few seconds of relief and fun in their stories. Not Joe (he's even victim of a KickTheDog moment!).
*** During his entire story, [[TheEeyore Joe never smiles, not even once]]. When he finds by a sheer miracle a job, [[WhenHeSmiles he spends the reminder of the segment with an impossibly huge grin.]] [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Even waving at John's wife who screams to be put back down.]]
* The ending of "The Firebird Suite" in ''2000'', when the stag helps the newly-reborn forest sprite bring life to the devastated forest, all set to the segment music's ''awesome'' finale. Daw.
* Animated George Gershwin's cameo in "Rhapsody in Blue".
* The baby whale returning to his mother in the "Pines of Rome" segment.
* This adaption of the "Steadfast Tin Soldier" gets a happier ending than the original.

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* The end of the "Pomp and Circumstance" segment.
* The "Rhapsody in Blue" segment from ''Fantasia 2000''. By the end, everyone is happy and has received what they dream of--Rachel gets to spend time with her loving parents, John gets to escape his awful wife and have fun at the club while Duke plays, and Jobless Joe gets a job. All of it being set to the final, always-memorable, LastChorusSlowdown main melody of the piece is absolutely perfect.
** YMMV, but this troper finds Joe's happy ending even more satisfying than the others. For three reasons:
*** While the three others wanted something precious but not indispensable, Joe wanted something ''he desperately needed''.
*** The three others get a few seconds of relief and fun in their stories. Not Joe (he's even victim of a KickTheDog moment!).
*** During his entire story, [[TheEeyore Joe never smiles, not even once]]. When he finds by a sheer miracle a job, [[WhenHeSmiles he spends the reminder of the segment with an impossibly huge grin.]] [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Even waving at John's wife who screams to be put back down.]]
* The ending of "The Firebird Suite" in ''2000'', when the stag helps the newly-reborn forest sprite bring life to the devastated forest, all set to the segment music's ''awesome'' finale. Daw.
* Animated George Gershwin's cameo in "Rhapsody in Blue".
* The baby whale returning to his mother in the "Pines of Rome" segment.
* This adaption of the "Steadfast Tin Soldier" gets a happier ending than the original.
See ''Heartwarming/{{Fantasia 2000}}''
20th May '15 10:34:55 PM TitoMosquito
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*** During his entire story, [[TheEeyore Joe never smiles, not even once]]. When he finds by a sheer miracle a job, [[WhenHeSmiles he spends the reminder of the segment with an impossibly huge grin.]]

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*** During his entire story, [[TheEeyore Joe never smiles, not even once]]. When he finds by a sheer miracle a job, [[WhenHeSmiles he spends the reminder of the segment with an impossibly huge grin.]] [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Even waving at John's wife who screams to be put back down.]]
20th May '15 10:27:54 PM TitoMosquito
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* The baby triceratops and newly-hatched baby sauropods in "The Rite of Spring". One of the baby sauropods tripped on an in-land puddle, and was looking at one of it's siblings swimming on the water, as if glaring at the swimming one for laughing.

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* The baby triceratops and newly-hatched baby sauropods in "The Rite of Spring". One of the baby sauropods tripped on an in-land puddle, and was looking at one of it's its siblings swimming on the water, as if glaring at the swimming one for laughing.
24th Apr '15 12:40:36 PM LBHills
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** Followed by the funny moment: "It better not happen again!"
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