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This Fan Art Shows the Original Grimm Brothers' Endings To Disney Classics

This Fan Art Shows the Original Grimm Brothers' Endings To Disney Classics

by Ezra Zydan
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Anyone that has been on the internet long enough and loves Disney has definitely looked into where the cult classics originated: The Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen. The stories created by these phenomenal writers were then taken by Walt E. Disney and company and transformed into a global empire that is still going stronger than ever after more than 90 years, and given a lighter tone to appeal to the nature of children. As these children grew up, they became more interested in the darker aspect of the origins of these characters, and that's how we came upon some of this fan art. 

Snow White

Now, we know that in the animated release of 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs', the Evil Queen dies from a fall off of a cliff.

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In The Brothers Grimm edition of this tale, Snow White actually enacted revenge against the Queen on her own.

via:Molly Ostertag
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Talk about loss of innocence.

The best / worst part?

via:Camille Rose Garcia.
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Once the poison apple was removed from the throat of Snow, she and the prince had a wedding ceremony whereupon the Evil Queen could attend. Once she arrived, the Queen was forced to wear hot iron shoes and dance until she died. Talk about hot footed.

Cinderella

Chances are, you managed to catch the more realistic ending to this story by watching Rob Marshall's "Into the Woods".