This Aladdin Theory From "Beauty and The Beast" is Pretty Sound
Feb 11, 2016 13:08
Disney loves hiding other movies in their films. But what about a movie that hasn't been made just yet? Tumblr user Disneymom is shaking up the Disney fan world once again with a new theory about some of our favorite Disney princess movies: Beauty And The Beast and Aladdin.
Belle from Beauty and the Beast is an avid reader. There's even a song that she sings to describe her love for it, and her love for her favorite book. "Well it's my favorite. Far off places, daring sword fights, magic spells... a prince in disguise!'
And then we see this:
A prince in disguise. Sounds like it, right?
Belle goes on to say: "Here's where she meets Prince Charming..." "...But she won't discover that it's him til chapter three!"
Aladdin came to theaters in November of 1992, just one year after Beauty And The Beast.
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