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"Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" Changes in the Character of the Princess in the Films of Walt Disney and his Studio.
The thesis focuses to the evolution of female characters in Disney cartoons. It investigates whether the characters change in any way and if so, what changes happen. The work is chronologically arranged and divided to several time periods. Each chapter contains particular fairytales which are mutually compared. Every fairytale is also set in the historical context. We will also explore whether the films are influenced by the period context. The aim of the thesis is to find out what the chosen fairytales have in common and how the main female characters evolve. This is described in 4 different eras, which are following: from the classical period within years 1937-1967 we have Snow White and Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty. In years 1967-1988 there were no films with a princess as a main heroine and the studio dealt with a crisis. In the 1980s the company management changed and Michael Eisner became the studio managing director. Within years 1989-2005 many successful films were created in the studio. We chose The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Pocahontas. Robert Iger has been the studio managing director since 2005. We chose Tangled, Frozen and Moana from the last period, which hasn't finished yet. Eventually we mention the Disney studio impact on society. We study its marketing abilities and the use of advertisement. The conclusion shows how the heroines changed from girls who needed to be saved by the Prince Charming over girls who took their fate in their own hands to princesses equal to men.
Literary and/vs animated fairy tales: fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm in the Walt Disney Studios adaptations
This bachelor thesis deals with fairy tales by the Grimm brothers and Walt Disney Studio, specifically with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty. These works are analyzed by way of narrative categories, such as story, narration, characters, time, and space. The aim of the work is to expose options, limits, and differences between literary and animated story-telling.

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