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Can you name the Disney films that left out these events from the original stories?
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Event in the Original Plot
A hero is euthanized by gunshot.
No dogs allowed in rehab. Seriously. Sad, though.
A character endorses child abuse.
'Speak roughly to your little boy, and beat him when he sneezes...'
The heroine endures constant foot pain.
No, she does not give up her voice. This is the real deal.
The heroine's mother-in-law attempts to eat her and her kids.
Yup, the prince is a half-ogre. Literally.
The villain is crushed to death by buffalo.
No, he wasn't pushed by Scar.
The hero's love interest is hanged.
...and on the other hand, we have the opening scene of At World's End.
A hero drives a character to alcoholism.
To be fair, that was because he thwarted the guy's repeated attempts to kill him.
The hero dies embracing his love interest's skeleton.
Death is supposed to do you part, Quasimodo.
A hero feeds a severed body part to a wild animal.
Captain Hook's hand, to the crocodile. That's why it keeps coming back for more.
The heroine is impregnated by rape.
While asleep, too. What an opportunist, that prince.
The hero dances on the villain's removed skin.
While singing about his 'emotional confusion'. Sounds about right.
Event in the Original Plot
Characters slice off parts of their feet.
The stepsisters try to fit their feet into the glass slipper - to no avail.
The villain is tortured to death.
She dances to death in white-hot iron shoes. Ow.
The hero's love interest marries his cousin instead.
Yes, Clayton is Tarzan's cousin. No, he is not a hunter.
The hero bleeds slowly to death.
A prioress purposefully botches his bleeding. (She never took the Hippocratic Oath.)
The hero sires fifty children in one night.
Can you imagine any other Disney hero doing this? (Disturbing imagery.)
The hero kills another character with a hammer.
He flings it at the Talking Cricket in anger. (His name is not Jiminy!)
The hero kills his own children.
His and Megara's children, that is. Getting them all would be quite a feat.
The heroine has no soul.
She'll turn into sea foam on death.
The hero decapitates a villain, then mutilates the head.
And thus perished Sir Guy of Gisborne.
The villain is eaten alive.
By the ticking crocodile, of course. While praising Eton.
The hero is nearly fried and eaten.
He's caught by the Green Fisherman, who think's he's a 'Puppetfish'. Mmm.
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