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5 Disney Theories That Will Blow Your Mind

by on June 12, 2014
 




Disney movies have entertained us and our children for generations but have you ever looked at them close enough? Throughout time fans have discovered hidden messages in Disney movies and connections that will surely blow your mind. Let’s take a look at five of these theories:

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The Connection between The Little Mermaid, Tangled and Frozen

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Remember Flynn Ryder and Rapunzel’s wedding? It seems that Elsa and Anna’s parents left for that weeding and died at sea and their shipwreck is the one that Ariel was exploring in The Little Mermaid. Do you think this is just a crazy fan theory or could it be that Disney producers have left us small hints about a magical world which we missed until now?

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Disney movies present a lot of interest, and fans will always create theories about their characters and plots but as long as we don’t have official statements from the producers we will not know what is really true and what only happens in our imagination. And we think that people should not look for a definitive answer, Disney offers us a magical world and these theories make it even more magical for children and grown-ups from all over the world, so why ruin it with limitations? Anything is possible if you believe in magic!

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  • JediaKyrol
    June 19, 2014 at 3:38 pm

    About the Tarzan connection…How did a boat traveling from Sweden to Norway crash off the coast of Africa? … … …100 years later? (Tarzan is set in the late 19th/early 20th centuries…there are even planes in the TV series, which is set only a few years after the movie)

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    • MyraJensen
      June 23, 2014 at 8:14 pm

      Well I don’t think Frozen and Rapunzel are set in distinct time periods (unless the original stories specify; I’ve never read them).

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      • JediaKyrol
        June 24, 2014 at 1:43 pm

        They are at least pre-industrial revolution…the most technologically advanced thing seen in Rapunzel is a waterwheel in a mine…that would place them at the highest in the mid 1700′s. Powered flight shows up in the early 1900′s. But then…they also live in a alternate universe where magic works…so there may be a conflict between tech and magic that explains that.

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  • MyraJensen
    June 23, 2014 at 8:15 pm

    The only theory that I think is a little farfetched is the Monster’s Inc/Brave connection. The others seem pretty plausible to me.

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  • Anna
    July 2, 2014 at 4:14 pm

    To be honest, I think the Tarzan one is a load of bullshit. Tarzan’s parents look nothing like Anna and Elsa’s parents, and the people who said that were making a joke. If it was true, Anna and Elsa’s dad would be a brunette, and their mom would be a redhead. Both would have different eye colors, and their dad would have had to have all of that facial hair when they left since they appear to have died at see on their way to the wedding, and Anna said that she’d see her parents in two weeks when she said goodbye.

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  • saull white
    July 2, 2014 at 4:15 pm

    It could be that they are childrens/ family films and should be enjoyed as such, and really who cares its very very sad indeed

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  • HIghTech
    July 4, 2014 at 7:03 am

    My theory is, there are a lot of people that simply have way too much time on their hands.

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  • AMAMIZU
    July 4, 2014 at 4:11 pm

    It would make no sense that they had a son after crashing onto an island. In the Tarzan movie, his parents already had him before the ship sunk. From what I watched in Frozen, their mother wasn’t pregnant before leaving on that ship. That would mean that they had to be on that ship for a little over nine months. LOL

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  • K
    July 5, 2014 at 8:04 am

    I think Boo actually may be a little girl at the day care center in Toy Story 3, some say no, but they do look kinda similar

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  • July 10, 2014 at 7:37 pm

    With Disney, anything is possible. That’s the magic of Disney.

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  • Matt
    July 13, 2014 at 12:47 am

    I dont beleive any of these, and while they are fun to think about they dont really match up. little mermaid is set in a completely different time period as is Tarzan from frozen & tangled. no where near the same time.

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  • Logan
    July 13, 2014 at 11:34 pm

    No freaking way is the up theory true. I mean I understand where people might get that idea but what about him going to the childs boy scout thing then having ice cream?

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  • Skyler
    July 15, 2014 at 1:03 am

    For this comment, I will only be working with the two theories which involve Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Tangled, and Tarzan, as I don’t have much of an opinion on the others. I’ve seen both of those theories, before, and they seem to be a bit implausible. However, there are a couple of connections.

    Firstly, it is to be noted that people who appear to be Flynn and Rapunzel appear at Elsa’s coronation, in Frozen. This was deliberately done, so I will consider it to be canonical, for the purposes of this post. Because of this, I can reasonably state that Tangled and Frozen take place in the same period of time. I can’t quite determine when Frozen was supposed to have been, but Tangled seems to be set in the early 19th century, around 1830. Some people appear to think that it’s set in the Middle Ages, but the general aesthetic is more along the lines of the 1800s. . If it were set in the 1500s, as is often guessed, certain references would be anachronistic, such as the one about Mozart. Considering that Elsa and Anna’s parents died during the girl’s childhood, I would place the death at 1830, while Frozen’s main plot would be about ten years later. I think that The Little Mermaid takes place circa 1830, but there is an issue with the connection. Tarzan is set in the late 1800s/early 1900s, so that also presents some challenges.

    Now, I’ll get to the geographical settings. Judging by the overall landscape, I believe that Frozen takes place in Norway, and that Tangled is set in Germany. Due to that, ship-travel would not be too difficult. Lacking evidence for any other country, and using Andersen’s homeland as a reference, I’m assuming that The Little Mermaid is set in Denmark. So, it is somewhat plausible that a Norwegian ship, bound for Germany, could wreck near Denmark. However, the style of ship is not identical. Therefore, I cannot place Elsa’s parents as boarding the same ship that Ariel found. Tarzan was born in England, and his parents died in Africa, at around 1880. His folks bear a passing resemblance to Elsa and Anna’s parents, but the timing is off. Plus, there are some physical differences, such as eye and hair color. So, I postulate that Tarzan is descended from Norwegians, namely Anna and Kristoff. Since Tarzan’s father looks more like Anna’s dad than his mother resembles her mom, I’ll say that Tarzan’s dad is the son of Kristoff and Anna. This would make Tarzan the paternal grandson of Anna and Kristoff, which, in turn, would make him the great-grandson of their parents.

    In conclusion, the King and Queen of Norway died while trying to make it to the wedding of Germany’s royalty, but, when it comes to a direct correlation with Ariel, their ship was “not Penny’s boat”. It likely crashed in the same general area, but it was not the one that Ariel found. Later on, Flynn and Rapunzel visited Norway, for Elsa’s coronation, after which the events of Frozen occurred. Years later, Anna and Kristoff gave birth to a son, who would later become Tarzan’s father. So, we’re missing one connection, while another is not strictly accurate.

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