Buzz 7 Dark Origins of Your Favorite Disney Films 1 year ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest and they lived happily ever after?? Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo Get all 12 episodes of the BuzzFeed Violet … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts People Drink Hurricanes For The First Time January 9, 2016 Animal Lovers Get Surprised With Porcupines March 2, 2017 Most Beautiful Cutest Moments Between Humans and Animals November 24, 2016 When You Forget Valentine’s Day February 13, 2016 9 haunting photos of nature reclaiming forgotten structures. December 23, 2016 If Groomsmen Were Bridesmaids January 4, 2016 19 Comments Jay bee January 8, 2016 I would so rather have seen the original versions as films, then what Disney put out. Brandon Agnelli January 8, 2016 I guess you could say some of these origins were pretty Grimm! Lauryn Ha January 8, 2016 can't tell kids about the frog story in fear that they will also start hurling frogs at walls Ofunne Mordi January 8, 2016 You probably already knew that Disney has a habit of taking dark, twisted children’s fairy tales and turning them into sickeningly sweet happily-ever-afters. Take Sleeping Beauty for example: it’s based on a story where a married king finds a girl asleep, and can’t wake her so rapes her instead. IN THE ORIGINAL STORY, PINOCCHIO KILLED JIMINY CRICKET, GOT HIS FEET BURNT OFF, AND WAS HANGED AND LEFT FOR DEAD Random Person January 8, 2016 eww gross Isabelle Leblanc January 8, 2016 I have the book of Grimm fairytales hannansnsh January 8, 2016 Don't forget sleeping beauty who was raped by the prince and got her pregnant all during the time she was sleeping jesycomb January 8, 2016 ive read all of this when i was still 7yrs old, and i was sobbing esp at the little mermaid. and when i saw disney's version of it, i just totally accepted it. and blocked off the original ver in my brain Zipporah Michel January 8, 2016 Actually, Rapunzel and the prince met again in a desert and her tears heal his eyes in the Grimm story. julia ericka January 8, 2016 Totally agree on that. Lexie The Squirrel January 8, 2016 I was honestly told these stories I'm American and i have watched the Disney versions but before I watched Disney I only new the darker versions. (Cuz school wanted me to "Toughen up and face my fears" Yep that will make me braver :/) Aprilgeek#1 Pinklover100 January 8, 2016 in the version of cinderella I know the step mom murders the king Shamay hughes January 8, 2016 oh well i never had a childhood anyway Angelica January 8, 2016 as a french person, disney's version of the hunchback of notre dame is pretty hilarious Shay Stevens January 8, 2016 I decided to look up origins of more Disney fairytales. Curse me and my curiousness. Mykasan January 8, 2016 Well the last one was really funny and i already knew all the other one :3 The world is full of Origami Madness January 8, 2016 Rapunzel gets (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)" knocked up" (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) by the prince before they escape (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) BradsonMan January 8, 2016 No news to me! In germany we tell the truth right away Emoji Corn January 8, 2016 my school had the real rupunzal book and he gets better when rupanzul and the prince see each other again.