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  Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Sleeping Beauty was never one of my favorite Disney movies, my parents having lost the tape really early.
Merryweather counteracts this by making Aurora go into a deep sleep were she ever to prick her finger, to be reawakened by true love's first kiss.
This is true for Sleeping Beauty (she has no control over the three basic actions in the movie).
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  SparkNotes: Sleeping Beauty: Context
Sleeping Beauty was Walt Disney Pictures’ sixteenth animated feature and, at the time, the most expensive of his films to produce.
Disney chose to adapt Tchaikovsky’s music for “The Sleeping Beauty” ballet, and in choosing to draw from such a grand composer for his seemingly simple family film, Disney declared the timelessness and artistic merits of Sleeping Beauty and brashly placed it in a canonical tradition.
Recently, Sleeping Beauty became the second film to receive a thorough computer restoration, in which a team of forty computer technicians pored over all 108,000 frames of the film to clean and refurbish the colors.
www.sparknotes.com /film/sleepingbeauty/context.html   (1205 words)

  
  Sleeping Beauty at AllExperts
Sleeping Beauty ("La Belle au Bois dormant") is a fairy tale classic, the first in the set published in 1697 by Charles Perrault, Contes de ma Mère l'Oye ("Mother Goose Tales").
Sleeping Beauty was the first ballet that impresario Sergei Diaghilev ever saw, he later recorded in his memoirs, and also the first that ballerinas Anna Pavlova and Galina Ulanova ever saw, and the ballet that introduced the Russian dancer Rudolph Nureyev to European audiences.
The cause of her sleep is an ill-advised wish by her mother: she wouldn't care if her daughter died of pricking her finger at fifteen, if only she had a daughter.
en.allexperts.com /e/s/sl/sleeping_beauty.htm   (2135 words)

  
 Sleeping Beauty   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As the fairies present their gifts of beauty, grace, generosity, song, and temperament, they are interrupted by the arrival of Carabosse; she is enraged and insulted that the king forgot to invite her to the ceremony.
The Sleeping Beauty was treated to balletic interpretations before that of the Petipa/Tchaikovsky version, but none of the prior versions were to enjoy the longevity of popularity of the 1890 Russian version.
The Sleeping Beauty was the ballet that inspired many of Diaghilev's collaborators in the new and exciting age of ballet ushered in by the Ballets Russes.
www.questforgifts.com /sleeping_beauty.htm   (4008 words)

  
 Sleeping Beauty Awakened: Why the New Day Brings New Odds
When Sleeping Beauty finds herself awakened by the experimenters, with no memory of a prior awakening and with no ability to tell whether or not it is Monday, what probabilities should she assign to HEADS and TAILS respectively?
One such case is a version of the Sleeping Beauty story in which the coin is tossed on Sunday evening, before Sleeping Beauty is put to sleep.
So my recommended treatment of the Sleeping Beauty problem probably is applicable to cases involving loss of self-identity information, and/or to cases in which the loss of self-location or self-identity information results from some factor other than potential cognitive mishap.
dingo.sbs.arizona.edu /~thorgan/papers/Beauty.htm   (4088 words)

  
 SurLaLune Fairy Tales: History of Sleeping Beauty
Sleeping Beauty has been around for a long time and scholars speculate that it appears in embryonic form in a story in the Volsunga Saga.
Sleeping Beauty has been popular since its first publication by being printed in chapbooks and appearing in pantomimes.
Another sleeping beauty tale, "The Ninth Captain's Tale," also appears in 1,001 Arabian Nights, although its relation to the European Sleeping Beauties is tenuous at best.
www.surlalunefairytales.com /sleepingbeauty/history.html   (451 words)

  
 Sleeping Beauty Turquoise: Turquoise Buffalo Gallery
The varying shapes are Sleeping Beauty turquoise combined with lovely denim lapis.
Sleeping Beauty turquoise, combined with Royston to make "a circle of life" bracelet.
The stone used in the pendant is from the Sleeping Beauty mine.
www.turquoisebuffalo.com /page/TBG/CTGY/sleeping-beauty   (1027 words)

  
 Sleeping Beauty by Midori Snyder: Spring 2007, Journal of Mythic Arts, Endicott Studio
Sleeping Beauty, it appeared, had much to offer our panel discussion on the transformation of fairy tales —; from its early variants around the world to contemporary English–language renditions by Jane Yolen, Robert Coover, Anne Sexton and numerous others.
What is startling about this old version of Sleeping Beauty is that the tale is about both of the lovers and both of their journeys of transformation.
The Sultan's son is responsible for awakening Sleeping Beauty, but their subsequent relationship is not an adult one — it is not sanctioned by the social bonds of the community.
www.endicott-studio.com /rdrm/forsleep.html   (1227 words)

  
 Amazon.co.uk: Sleeping Beauty : Deluxe Collector's Edition [1959]: DVD: Mary Costa,Bill Shirley,Eleanor Audley,Verna ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Disney's 1959 Sleeping Beauty was the studio's most ambitious effort to date, a lavish spectacle boasting a gorgeous waltz-filled score adapted from the music of Tchaikovsky.
Keyed to the style of Disney artist Ervind Earle, SLEEPING BEAUTY has long been renowned as one of Walt Disney Studio's most artistically beautiful films--and now with this meticulous restoration Earle's vision comes to the home market in a DVD package that is sure to win praise from every fan of hand-drawn animation.
Sleeping Beauty is a fantastic film.The fairy godmothers witty and good sense of humour is something we enjoy.
www.amazon.co.uk /Sleeping-Beauty-Collectors-Mary-Costa/dp/B00007KFNP   (1867 words)

  
 The Sleeping Beauty. Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur. 1910. The Sleeping Beauty and other Fairy Tales.
The King was young, handsome, and wealthy; the Queen had a nature as good and gentle as her face was beautiful; and they adored one another, having married for love—which among kings and queens is not always the rule.
The very spits at the fire went to sleep, loaded as they were with partridges and pheasants; and the fire went to sleep too.
Entering his office, and perceiving that his under-secretary (usually so brisk) and all his clerks rested their heads on their desks in attitudes of sleep, he drew the conclusion that something had happened, for he was an excellent judge of natural slumber.
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 SLEEPING BEAUTY - SPECIAL EDITION (2-DISC SET) DVD
When an enchanted kingdom and the most fair princess in the land falls prey to the ultimate mistress of evil, the fate of the empire rests in the hands of three small fairies and a courageous prince's magic kiss.
Sleeping Beauty is a movie in which you hear the phrase "to Hell," in which magic is not powerful enough to save one from mortality: the good-fairy troika of Flora, Fauna, and Merriweather cannot lift Maleficent's curse, only swap Aurora's death for Aurora's slumber.
The Dolby Digital 5.1 remix that goes with this Sleeping Beauty is tasteful all-around, with mild deployment of the subwoofer at best; sound effects are not nearly as brittle as one perhaps expects.
filmfreakcentral.net /dvdreviews/sleepingbeauty.htm   (898 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: Sleeping Beauty: DVD: Les Clark,Eric Larson,Eleanor Audley,Candy Candido,Pinto Colvig,Verna Felton,Taylor ...
Sleeping Beauty is one of the most ambitious animated films ever made.
Detailed backgrounds, glorious colors, outstanding visuals and beautiful music are all contributing factors to the grandeur pageantry that "Sleeping Beauty" enthralls on its audience.
Sleeping Beauty is Disney's retelling of the fairy tale of the same name.
www.amazon.ca /Sleeping-Beauty-Clark/dp/B00005JKHN   (1832 words)

  
 Sleeping Beauty
As the fairies present their gifts of beauty, grace, generosity, song, and temperament, they are interrupted by the arrival of Carabosse; she is enraged and insulted that the king forgot to invite her to the ceremony.
The Sleeping Beauty was treated to balletic interpretations before that of the Petipa/Tchaikovsky version, but none of the prior versions were to enjoy the longevity of popularity of the 1890 Russian version.
The Sleeping Beauty was the ballet that inspired many of Diaghilev's collaborators in the new and exciting age of ballet ushered in by the Ballets Russes.
www.balletmet.org /Notes/Sleeping.html   (0 words)

  
 The Sleeping Beauty - Arts Reviews - Arts - Entertainment - smh.com.au
That large boat in the background with a white cat asleep on one end is actually baby Beauty's crib made giant size to show how small the fairies are.
Welch has instituted an ice age with the 100-year sleep of the stricken princess, an ecological idea which returns in a foreboding epilogue that would have meant more if it wasn't global warming we were so worried about.
There is plenty of action, but this Sleeping Beauty is not what it could have been.
www.smh.com.au /news/arts-reviews/the-sleeping-beauty/2005/12/04/1133631142121.html   (455 words)

  
 SparkNotes: Sleeping Beauty: The Story and Score of Sleeping Beauty Through the Ages
Previous versions of the Sleeping Beauty fairy tale date back to the fourteenth century, in which the film is set.
Disney’s version was not the first film adaptation of the Sleeping Beauty tales, nor was it the first animated version.
In the “Sleeping Beauty” segment of this cartoon, Prince Charming yells at Sleeping Beauty for sleeping in.
www.sparknotes.com /film/sleepingbeauty/section1.html   (656 words)

  
 Sleeping Beauty problems
Beauty is rushed to the hospital after experiencing a sharp pain in her head.
Beauty laughs as she thinks about how improbable that is. "Oh wait, my daughter should be here by now", thinks Beauty.
So in our new problem Sleeping Beauty concludes that it was a tail 2/3 of the time, and a head 1/3 of the time, whatever she is told about the day.
www.maproom.co.uk /sb.html   (8473 words)

  
 SLEEPING BEAUTY Lyrics - by TECH N9NE from album EVERREADY: THE RELIGION (2006) : Lyrics And Songs
The Lyrics above are the lyrics to SLEEPING BEAUTY and are (absolutly correct)
The Lyrics above are to SLEEPING BEAUTY and are (Mostly correct, Yet...
The Lyrics above are (NOT) the lyrics to SLEEPING BEAUTY
www.lyricsandsongs.com /song/712799.html   (1038 words)

  
 Sleeping Beauty
And this sleep extended over the whole palace, the king and queen who had just come home, and had entered the great hall, began to go to sleep, and the whole of the court with them.
But the story of the beautiful sleeping briar-rose, for so the princess was named, went about the country, so that from time to time kings' sons came and tried to get through the thorny hedge into the castle.
When the king's son came near to the thorn-hedge, it was nothing but large and beautiful flowers, which parted from each other of their own accord, and let him pass unhurt, then they closed again behind him like a hedge.
www.fln.vcu.edu /grimm/dorneng.html   (1128 words)

  
 Sleeping Beauty Tickets - Sleeping Beauty Theater Tickets
Once your Sleeping Beauty tickets have been purchased and your final confirmation received, they will then be delivered via FedEx to your specified location.  YIf you have purchased tickets the same day of the show, you may be eligible for a will call pickup.  Please call our office to make arrangements.
We are only able to give refunds in the event of a cancelled Sleeping Beauty show, and not for postponed or rescheduled shows.
In the event that the Sleeping Beauty show is cancelled, you will have 30 days from the date of cancellation to contact our office and request a refund.
www.vividseats.com /theater/sleeping-beauty-tickets.html   (453 words)

  
 Sleeping Beauty Ballet Timeline - Dance Resources from Artslynx
Dress rehearsal for The Sleeping Beauty is attended by The Tsar and his court.
Serge Diaghilev revives the ballet for The Ballet Russe as The Sleeping Princess at The Alhambra Theatre in London.
Sleeping Beauty is revived by Sergeyev in a two act form for The Vic-Wells (later re-named The Sadler's Wells Ballet) in London.
www.artslynx.org /dance/beauty.htm   (1162 words)

  
 FOOTNOTES - The Sleeping Beauty
In The Sleeping Beauty, a baby princess named Aurora, is condemned at her christening by an evil fairy to prick her finger and die on her sixteenth birthday.
Enchanted by her beauty, the prince travels to the castle where the princess lies asleep.
The Sleeping Beauty was choregraphed by the great Marius Petipa, for The Imperial Ballet of Russia.
www.soundventure.com /web/footnotes/episode3.html   (1402 words)

  
 "Sleeping Beauty" by Charles Perrault, 1696
When the princess was placed in the apartment, everyone was astonished at her beauty, saying she had the countenance of an angel- she was that beautiful.
For her beauty had not faded, her colors were still as sharp as dye: her cheeks were like carnations, and her lips like bright red coral.
This speech awoke a fire in the heart of the young prince; he believed without wavering, that the sleeping princess in the castle behind the wall of spines and brambles was reserved for him, and for him alone.
acacia.pair.com /Acacia.Vignettes/Happily.Ever.After/Sleeping.Beauty.html   (2072 words)

  
 Ongoing Tales Fairy Tale Sleeping Beauty
It was a beautiful summer afternoon, and the roses on the palace terrace were nodding their heads sleepily in the warm breeze, when the fairies' chariots came into sight, sailing through the blue sky like a flight of bright-winged butterflies.
There everyone was sleeping - the sentinels and soldiers in the court-yard, the cooks in the kitchen, and pages and lords-and ladies-in-waiting in the corridors and chambers; and, in the great throne-room the King and Queen on their golden and ivory thrones.
She was so beautiful that to see her almost took away his breath; and, falling on his knees, he bent to kiss her cheek.
www.ongoing-tales.com /SERIALS/oldtime/FAIRYTALES/sbeauty.html   (2920 words)

  
 SurLaLune Fairy Tales: The Annotated Sleeping Beauty
One would have taken her for a little angel, she was so very beautiful; for her swooning away had not diminished one bit of her complexion; her cheeks were carnation,
The King commanded that they should not disturb her, but let her sleep quietly till her hour of awaking was come.
He was more at a loss than she, and we need not wonder at it; she had time to think on what to say to him; for it is very probable (though history mentions nothing of it) that the good Fairy, during so long a sleep, had given her very agreeable dreams.
www.surlalunefairytales.com /sleepingbeauty/index.html   (2843 words)

  
 Goedkoop hotel Rome pension Sint Jan - Sleeping Beauty betaalbare accommodatie centrum Rome
Sleeping Beauty verwelkomt reizigers van allerlei pluimage die op zoek zijn naar een goedkope hotel of onderkomen in Rome, de hoofdstad van Italie.
Het is niet makkelijk een goedkoop to vinden in Rome, vooral niet in zo een goede lokatie.
Sleeping Beauty is ook uistekend geschikt voor kleine groepen.
www.ilcastello.com /italie-hotel-rome/sint-jan-van-lateranen.html   (255 words)

  
 Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant
The Sleeping Beauty's Castle stretching to the sky ist not only a magical sight but also the centerpiece of the Disneyland Park and its well known landmark - but it also has beauty inside...
Sleeping Beauty's Castle stands an impressive 148-foot tall, although it appears to be even taller due to "forced perspective" - a technique from the world of movie in which the higher floors are built at a slightly smaller scale to those close to the ground therefore exaggerating the true size.
Sleeping Beauty's Castle is a truly magnificent structure and arguably the most beautiful in any Disney theme park.
www.dlp.info /DLP/Lands/Fantasyland/Attractions/Chateau-de-la-Belle-au-Bois-Dormant.asp   (1766 words)

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