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Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough - did this exist?

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  • Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough - did this exist?

    I was looking at Daveland's Disneyland images, and went to the Sleeping Beauty Castle page. As I scrolled down, I read something that I'd never heard of before:

    Jay remembers The Sleeping Beauty Diorama
    http://davelandweb.com/castle/

    Now, I've always known and heard about the original artwork that resided in the original walkthrough. But I've never heard anyone mention a physical Aurora asleep under a glass casing, looking like she was breathing, no less!

    I was born in 1987, so obviously I can't remember anything like this.

    Could somebody here please shed some light on this? I'm very curious!

    Thanks!





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    Re: Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough - did this exist?

    I am probably wrong but I do seem to remember an Aurora 'sleeping' under the glass but I don't remember her moving.
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      Re: Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough - did this exist?

      Aha!

      Hmm...I wonder if Merlin would know about this...




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        Re: Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough - did this exist?

        No, I remember a lovely flat cut-out painting of Aurora sleeping in a small dimensional window setting -- the tableaux we have seen from the View-Master packet slide - - executed by Anderson/Coats, and inspired by the Earle painting (both pics posted in another thread).

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          Re: Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough - did this exist?

          all I remember are just the dolls in the dioramas(like the owl in the cloak dancing with Aurora) and the music they played in the castle
          but not a moving diorama.
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            Re: Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough - did this exist?

            Originally posted by merlinjones View Post
            No, I remember a lovely flat cut-out painting of Aurora sleeping in a small dimensional window setting -- the tableaux we have seen from the View-Master packet slide - - executed by Anderson/Coats, and inspired by the Earle painting (both pics posted in another thread).
            Correct.
            I believe daveland might be confusing Sleeping Beauty with Snow White in his memory. Snow White did indeed have a glass coffin in the story while Sleeping Beauty never did (at least, not in the Disney version).
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