Charles Perrault, Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen, Walt Disney
Walt Disney draws its inspiration from fairy tales for the first animated films (from 1937 to 1966). Conclusion of the oral tradition, fairy tale tells a story which involves various supernatural or magical elements. It originated in myths and legends. The storytellers and long temps remain in the oral tradition. If the word "fairy" Or "wonderful" is used, it is primarily for the simple side stories, where the brave hero triumphs over evil, the end that almost always ends well, and each tale has a moral or message to remember.
It is not for the appearance of a fairy in each story, because they are almost non-existent in the writings tales. Fairy tales are allegory, or rather a metaphor to describe reality through the imagination, anthropomorphism, or the supernatural. According to Bruno Bettelheim "fairy tales reveal truths about the species and the man himself". These tales have their written existences and famous great authors Charles Perrault, Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen.
[...] He studied various books and made major research in the works of Charles Perrault, the Brothers Grimm and Andersen. It was during the summer 1935 during a trip to Europe that Walt Disney is expanding its collection and especially his sources for his animated films. It then opens in the studios of Hyperion Disney Animation Library . Created by Walt Disney in 1934, it is a library that includes all his personal collection. It has more than three hundred and fifty pounds and allows its employees to bring out the sources of inspiration for the development of animated films. [...]
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[...] Gustave Doré (1832-1883) is an illustrator, engraver, French painter and sculptor. He is famous for his illustrations of fairy tales. Marc Eliot , Walt Disney : Dark of the Prince of Hollywood , Albin Michel p 101. [...]
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