History WMG / ThePrincessAndTheFrog

13th Nov '16 9:57:26 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: [[{{Enchanted}} Nathaniel]] was meant to be an ahead-of-time parody of Lawrence.]]

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[[WMG: [[{{Enchanted}} [[Film/{{Enchanted}} Nathaniel]] was meant to be an ahead-of-time parody of Lawrence.]]



But the conception of this movie ''did'' take place at just about the same time ''{{Enchanted}}'' was being made. The reason Alan Menken couldn't work on this movie was because he was working on ''Enchanted''. And, yes; every time I think of Lawrence, I hear Nathaniel's frantic "Oh no!"

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But the conception of this movie ''did'' take place at just about the same time ''{{Enchanted}}'' ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' was being made. The reason Alan Menken couldn't work on this movie was because he was working on ''Enchanted''. And, yes; every time I think of Lawrence, I hear Nathaniel's frantic "Oh no!"
5th Oct '16 8:37:14 AM erforce
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[[WMG: Facilier is a descendant of [[PiratesOfTheCaribbean Jack Sparrow]].]]

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[[WMG: Facilier is a descendant of [[PiratesOfTheCaribbean [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Jack Sparrow]].]]
1st Oct '16 11:08:05 AM Morgenthaler
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[[WMG:Both Odie and Facilier are [[MageTheAwakening Awakened]]]]

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[[WMG:Both Odie and Facilier are [[MageTheAwakening [[TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening Awakened]]]]
8th Sep '16 3:01:48 PM MarkLungo
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With Lincoln alive to hold the more vengeful figures in check, there was a kinder, gentler Reconstruction that left the South less sullen and bitter, and more tolerant in general. As a consequence, the romanticization of Old Dixie didn't become nearly the cultural phenomenon it did in our world; there was no BirthOfANation, and hence the KKK didn't experience the surge in popularity it did in our timeline. Therefore, the La Boufs don't see anything wrong with being friends with their black seamstress and her daughter, eating in an integrated restaurant, marrying [[AmbiguouslyBrown foreign princes]], or supporting Tiana's love of him, either. Sure, there's still the occasional jerk like the Fenners, but all in all, it's a nicer Roaring Twenties, as far as race relations go.

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With Lincoln alive to hold the more vengeful figures in check, there was a kinder, gentler Reconstruction that left the South less sullen and bitter, and more tolerant in general. As a consequence, the romanticization of Old Dixie didn't become nearly the cultural phenomenon it did in our world; there was no BirthOfANation, ''Film/TheBirthOfANation1915'', and hence the KKK UsefulNotes/KuKluxKlan didn't experience the surge in popularity it did in our timeline. Therefore, the La Boufs don't see anything wrong with being friends with their black seamstress and her daughter, eating in an integrated restaurant, marrying [[AmbiguouslyBrown foreign princes]], or supporting Tiana's love of him, either. Sure, there's still the occasional jerk like the Fenners, but all in all, it's a nicer Roaring Twenties, as far as race relations go.
22nd Aug '16 12:24:54 PM LadyEvil
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He probably is forbidden to outright deceive anyone. (Though he can help someone else make a deception.) Notice that at no time in "Friends on the Other Side" does he lie. He tells Naveen that there's green in his future and he'll be free to hop around from place to place. Lawrence is told he'll become "Exactly the man you always wanted to be". Note that he ends the song by saying he's not to blame if Naveen and Lawrence aren't satisfied. The Friends on the Other Side are the one's who imposed such a rule.
2nd Aug '16 12:32:27 PM Owlivia
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*** Jane is twelve ears old during WWII. Wendy was probably in her thirties then, and she was twelve or thirteen years old in ''Peter Pan.'' If ''Film/ReturnToNeverland'' took place in, say, 1944, and Wendy was about twenty when Jane was born, then Disney's ''Peter Pan'' took place in 1925, making it possible once we assume that ''The Princess and the Frog'' takes place in the first half of the 1920s.

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*** Jane is twelve ears old during WWII. Wendy was probably in her thirties then, and she was twelve or thirteen years old in ''Peter Pan.'' If ''Film/ReturnToNeverland'' ''Disney/ReturnToNeverland'' took place in, say, 1944, and Wendy was about twenty when Jane was born, then Disney's ''Peter Pan'' ''Disney/PeterPan'' took place in 1925, making it possible once we assume that ''The Princess and the Frog'' takes place in the first half of the 1920s.



* The Magic Carpet having come to New Orleans via Paris, added to Mama Adoie having gotten her hands on the Genies lamp, indicates that it is a part of the shared disney universe without these facts.

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* The Magic Carpet having come to New Orleans via Paris, added to Mama Adoie Odie having gotten her hands on the Genies lamp, indicates that it is a part of the shared disney universe without these facts.
2nd Aug '16 12:28:32 PM Owlivia
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*** Jane is twelve ears old during WWII. Wendy was probably in her thirties then, and she was twelve or thirteen years old in ''Peter Pan.'' If ''Film/ReturnToNeverland'' took place in, say, 1944, and Wendy was about twenty when Jane was born, then Disney's ''Peter Pan'' took place in 1925, making it possible once we assume that ''The Princess and the Frog'' takes place in the first half of the 1920s.
11th Jul '16 2:08:45 AM PaulA
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[[WMG: In the universe of The Princess and the Frog, [[AbrahamLincoln John Wilkes Booth missed]].]]

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[[WMG: In the universe of The Princess and the Frog, [[AbrahamLincoln [[UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln John Wilkes Booth missed]].]]
10th Jun '16 6:58:00 PM paigeturner
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*** I found [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10939861/1/To-the-Movies a fanfic]], the grammar isn't that great. It might work.
10th Jun '16 1:00:45 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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** All Other Theories? Not much of a mindscrew.



The little echo of 'almost there' could take on another meaning in this context, no? Even their character designs have some points of commonality. Imagine a gaunt version of [[spoiler: Tiana's Father.]] (ironic, given [[spoiler: his love of food.]]...

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The little echo of 'almost there' could take on another meaning in this context, no? couldn't it? Even their character designs have some points of commonality. Imagine a gaunt version of [[spoiler: Tiana's Father.]] (ironic, given [[spoiler: his love of food.]]...




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[[WMG: There are some more rules to voodoo]]
One of them is that the practicer of the dark arts must admit himself for what he is before he makes any [[DealWithTheDevil deal]] with "customers". Facilier, [[ManipulativeBastard being Facilier]], managed to find an especially harmless-sounding way to say that: that was the hidden meaning of the rather contrived-sounding "Won't you shake… a poor sinner's hand?"
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