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The Story of 'Rapunzel' (The Story of \'Rapunzel\') (1951)

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Starring
Del Moore Del Moore
Narrator


Written by
Charlotte Knight Charlotte Knight
(narrative)


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The Story of Rapunzel

1 year, 8 months ago at Nov 5 2:54
“The Story of Rapunzel” is probably the weakest of the fairy tale shorts that Ray Harryhausen made. Not for any particular reason besides the lack of a truly memorable villain to make it all worth the trip, of course this can be traced back to the source. The fairy tale drops the witch quickly and then continues with our tragic lovers finding each other in the desert wilderness before running ... read more
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JxSxPx posted a review 1 year, 8 months ago

The Story of Rapunzel

““The Story of Rapunzel” is probably the weakest of the fairy tale shorts that Ray Harryhausen made. Not for any particular reason besides the lack of a truly memorable villain to make it all worth the trip, of course this can be traced back to the source. The fairy tale drops the witch quickly and then continues with our tragic lovers finding each other in the desert wilderness before running off into the sunset.   Once more, the best thing about this short is the animation of the big bad. The witch doesn’t get enough time in the narrative, but her hunched body posture and more feral body movements stand in contrast to the marionette qualities of the Rapunzel and the prince. In fact, Rapunzel and the prince bare a strong resemblance to Edger Bergen’s puppets more than anything ” read more

JxSxPx rated this 6/10 1 year, 8 months ago

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