History Literature / TheSteadfastTinSoldier

31st Dec '15 9:58:22 PM Miriam
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: The [[spoiler: Tin Soldier]] survives at the end of George Balanchine's ballet.
7th Oct '15 7:17:10 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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Though the title has been translated variously as "The Brave Tin Soldier" and "The Courageous Tin Soldier", the story is generally known in the English speaking world as "The Steadfast Tin Soldier". The tale has been adapted in various media including ballet and [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} animated film]].

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Though the title has been translated variously as "The Brave Tin Soldier" and "The Courageous Tin Soldier", the story is generally known in the English speaking world as "The Steadfast Tin Soldier". Interestingly, in some languages, such as French, he's not a "Tin" Soldier but a ''lead'' one. The tale has been adapted in various media including ballet and [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} animated film]].
5th Jul '15 9:38:35 PM Phoenixion
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You can read this [[http://www.andersen.sdu.dk/vaerk/hersholt/TheSteadfastTinSoldier_e.html here.]]

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You can read this [[http://www.andersen.sdu.dk/vaerk/hersholt/TheSteadfastTinSoldier_e.html here.]]here]].



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* RealitySubtext: A lot of autobiographical subtext has been suggested for this fairy tale, as Andersen never married and his every attempt at finding romantic love ended in a debacle.
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27th Apr '14 1:45:04 PM LongLiveHumour
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Though the title has been translated variously as "The Brave Tin Soldier" and "The Courageous Tin Soldier", the story is generally known in the English speaking world as "The Steadfast Tin Soldier". The tale has been adapted in various media including ballet and [[{{Fantasia}} animated film]].

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Though the title has been translated variously as "The Brave Tin Soldier" and "The Courageous Tin Soldier", the story is generally known in the English speaking world as "The Steadfast Tin Soldier". The tale has been adapted in various media including ballet and [[{{Fantasia}} [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} animated film]].
21st Nov '13 1:28:12 PM Sapphirea2
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* DiabolusExMachina
* {{Disneyfication}}: The ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}'' segment based on the story had an [[ScaryJackInTheBox antagonistic jack-in-the-box]] [[DeathByAdaptation burn]] in the place of [[SparedByTheAdaptation our hero and his squeeze]] (though this was only because of the SoundtrackDissonance they'd have if they kept the original ending).

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* DiabolusExMachina
DiabolusExMachina: See KidsAreCruel below.
* {{Disneyfication}}: The ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}'' segment based on the this story had an [[ScaryJackInTheBox antagonistic jack-in-the-box]] [[DeathByAdaptation burn]] in the place of [[SparedByTheAdaptation our hero and his squeeze]] (though this squeeze]]. This change was only because of due to the SoundtrackDissonance they'd that would have resulted if they kept the original ending).ending, which did make it as far as the storyboarding stage and appears as one of the many bonus features in the ''Fantasia Legacy'' DVD box set.



* RealitySubtext: A lot of autobiographic subtext has been suggested for this fairy tale (Andersen never married and his every attempt at finding romantic love ended in a debacle).

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* RealitySubtext: A lot of autobiographic autobiographical subtext has been suggested for this fairy tale (Andersen tale, as Andersen never married and his every attempt at finding romantic love ended in a debacle).debacle.



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TogetherInDeath: And all that remains of the lovers the morning after their demise is her sequin star (turned black in the fire) and a heart-shaped lump of tin. The ''Enchanted Musical Playhouse'' adaptation from TheEighties goes further with this, not only including a version of this detail but also showing the lovers' spirits emerging from the fire, waltzing with each other and drifting out of the playroom window.
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24th Aug '13 10:31:32 AM MikeRosoft
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30th Jun '13 3:13:24 PM Nire
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30th Jun '13 3:12:29 PM Nire
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* RealitySubtext: A lot of autobiographic subtext has been suggested for this fairy tale (Andersen never married and every his attempt at finding romantic love ended in a debacle).

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* RealitySubtext: A lot of autobiographic subtext has been suggested for this fairy tale (Andersen never married and his every his attempt at finding romantic love ended in a debacle).
27th Apr '13 12:20:05 AM Dragonmouth
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Though the title has been translated variously as "The Brave Tin Soldier" and "The Courageous Tin Soldier", the story is generally known in the English speaking world as "The Steadfast Tin Soldier". The tale has been adapted in various media including ballet and animated film.

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Though the title has been translated variously as "The Brave Tin Soldier" and "The Courageous Tin Soldier", the story is generally known in the English speaking world as "The Steadfast Tin Soldier". The tale has been adapted in various media including ballet and [[{{Fantasia}} animated film.
film]].
28th Nov '12 9:05:22 PM TheDeceiver
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* RealitySubtext: A lot of autobiographic subtext has been suggested for this fairy tale (Andersen never married and every his attempt at finding romantic love ended in a debacle).
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