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Top-7 Most Obvious Disney Episodes

Hey, guys! Looks like we have some work for our old body Captain Obvious.

Have you ever wonder why did the Little Mermaid simply write when she couldn't speak? How comes Cinderella's fate relied upon a crystal slipper? Finally, was Aladdin that kind of stupid guy who, being a genie master, did not manage to wish away his problems by ordering more genies?

On the other hand, what would those episodes change? I’ll tell you one thing for sure: the entire cartoon and our childish impressions. The essence of a fairy-tale is its intricacy that leads to the happy end. All of our dreams and hopes could be destroyed after realizing the severe reality. Obviousness kills the mistery, so don’t be be over-subtle.

In case you still wish to know how Disney films would look like if everything was a little more straightforward, this article full of vivid examples is for you.

Dorkly’s Paul Westover and Andrew Bridgman have created an animated series of the alternative plot culmination.

These arts reflect seven Disney scenes that would have made top favorite childhood films a lot simpler and less fairy.

You can discover some missing logic in comparison to original cartoons. But if the plots actually had wrapped up this quickly, there wouldn't have been such ample opportunity for song and dance. Agree?

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 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
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Cinderella

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Aladdin

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Beauty and the Beast

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Mulan

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The Little Mermaid

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Lion King

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