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Old 11-09-2012, 12:12 AM   #16
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I have to say "The Black Cauldron".

But yes there are actually a lot of Disney's that have their dark moments.
But as a child you don't really seem to notice them. Only when I got older and watched them again I realised it.
But the day I have children I don't think I'd let them watch the Black Cauldron until a certain age.
I myself never saw this one as a child either.
But on the other hand some of my favorite movies as a child had very dark moments in them, but those weren't Disney's though.
I agree. But I LOVE THE BLACK CAULDRON!!! It is one of my favorites!
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Old 11-10-2012, 11:31 AM   #17
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None of these movies ever effected me as a kid only one movie ever scared me that was childs play & i was only 5 when i seen it
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Old 09-12-2014, 03:04 PM   #18
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Dark Disney Movie

I'm not saying it's the darkest, but Bambi has probably scared many kids (and parents) when watching the scene with Bambi's mother. Don't know if anyone has read the book that came before the Disney movie, but it was even darker. I won't spoil the details for those who haven't read it, but the deaths are more terrifying and horrible than the deaths inthe movie.

Imagine living in constant fear, never knowing if a morning stroll with your mother will be your last. The unseen villain (hunters) lurk in the woods. Your only alarm is the sounds of crows fleeing for their lives. Again, Bambi may not be as dark as some, but definitely dark enough for a children's movie.
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