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    Fairy Tales vs Classic Fairy Tales

    The other night I was watching Sleeping Beauty with my fience who had never seen it before, when the pre-movie announcer said that this was Disney's third classic fairy tale. Since Sleeping Beauty was the 16th animated movie that Disney made, I started wondering just what was the difference between a 'classic fairy tale' and a 'fairy tale'? Anyone have any ideas?
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    Re: Fairy Tales vs Classic Fairy Tales

    I guess they have to be around a while and well liked by many to make it into the CLASSIC category!!
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    Re: Fairy Tales vs Classic Fairy Tales

    Thanks, Wikipedia!
    Thus, Snow White, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty are the first three animated fairy tales. Pinocchio isn't really considered to be a fairy tale, nor are Peter Pan or Alice. Just because they were stories before Disney manipulated them, doesn't automatically classify them in the Fairy Tale section.

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    Re: Fairy Tales vs Classic Fairy Tales

    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyDishwasher View Post
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    Thus, Snow White, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty are the first three animated fairy tales. Pinocchio isn't really considered to be a fairy tale, nor are Peter Pan or Alice. Just because they were stories before Disney manipulated them, doesn't automatically classify them in the Fairy Tale section.
    Then what makes it a 'fairy tale'? It is because there's a prince and princess in it?
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