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Sleeping Beauty (1959)

Sleeping Beauty
Movie Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Real Title Sleeping Beauty
Rating 7
Aired 1959-02-17
Duration 75 Min
Languages HINDI-ENGLISH
Quality BRRip
Subtitle Esubs
Sources IMDB | TMDB

Countries

United States of America

Genres

Fantasy, Animation, Romance, Family, Hindi Cartoon Movies, Hindi Animated Movies, Animation Movies, Hollywood Movies Hindi Dubbed, Hindi Dubbed Movies, Dual Audio, Cartoon Movies, Animated Movies, Hollywood Movies, English Movies

Companies

Walt Disney Productions

Stars

Mary Costa, Bill Shirley, Eleanor Audley, Verna Felton, Barbara Luddy, Barbara Jo Allen

Directors

Clyde Geronimi

Writers

Erdman Penner, Erdman Penner, Charles Perrault, Milt Banta

Taglines

Taglines: Awaken to a World of Wonders!

Tags

princess, magic, kingdom, fairy tale, sleep, fairy, prince, castle, villain, kiss, knight, dragon, dungeon, female villain, based on fairy tale

Description

A beautiful princess born in a faraway kingdom is destined by a terrible curse to prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and fall into a deep sleep that can only be awakened by true love's first kiss. Determined to protect her, her parents ask three fairies to raise her in hiding. But the evil Maleficent is just as determined to seal the princess's fate.

Reviews

Reviews:

Author: John Chard
Beautiful Disney Production Of A Wonderful Fairytale. When an evil witch places a curse on an infant princess that will cause her to fall into eternal sleep on her 16th birthday, her three fairy godmothers whisk her away to a life of normality and ignorance of her birthright. But can they stave off the curse when the 16th year of age arrives? It upped the ante in costing for Disney, also taking a decade to produce. The ambition was high as new techniques were being used such as rotoscoping, while the musical score is brilliantly devised from Tchaikovsky's Sleeping Beauty ballet. The story itself is a pure joy, based on Charles Perrault's ever enduring fairytale, it's awash with rich characters, led by the delightful three fairy godmothers - Flora - Fauna and Merryweather, all plumpy and sweet, while evil witch Maleficent is brilliantly produced, with a long pointy chin and devil horns on her head. There's a whole bunch of charming fun on show, as the three ladies bring the magic and potter around while gently ribbing each other, but it's with the drama where Sleeping Beauty most soars. The nightmare sequence luring Briar Rose (Princess Aurora) to the dreaded spinning wheel is unnerving, and the battle between Prince Phillip and Maleficent is exhilarating and shows the animators at their best. As for the colour? Spanking! Upon release it wasn't the roaring success Disney had hoped and planned for, but the decades since then have been very kind to Sleeping Beauty. For it's a magical film for children and adults to dreamily get lost in. 9/10

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