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  • Hamlet and The lion King

    Earlier today, I was working with a group of people from my school drama class I was acting out the part of hamlet. Our group director not realizing what he fully said gave an an example from the movie the lion king. I the brougt up the fact that the basic story of Hamlet goes hand in hand. I would love to start a successful thread on this so if you have not read hamlet go to your local video store and check it out :monkey:

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    Alec Baldwin is on Conan tonight...perhaps we should ask him about the matter.

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      Im Watching conan right now

      Originally posted by Captain Zissou
      Alec Baldwin is on Conan tonight...perhaps we should ask him about the matter.
      Im watching Conan now how Weird

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      • #4
        It always amazed me that in the making-ofs etc for Lion King, they would proudly proclaim that is was based on an original story.
        Last edited by PeaJay18; 04-23-2005, 01:20 AM. Reason: Spelling


        "I'm gettin' kind of fond of you, kid.
        Not that I want to pick out curtains or anything."

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          while certain parts are out of order, and it has the un-hamletish happy ending, it is the same story. The uncle kills the dad, the dad comes to the son as a ghost and inspires action, and the son returns to set things right. I personally love that they took the story from "Hamlet" and you could also draw certain conections between the Lion King 2 and 1 1/2....hmmm


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          • #6
            Timon and Pumba in LK 1 1/2 = Rosencrantz and Guildenstern!
            Never thought of that before.


            "I'm gettin' kind of fond of you, kid.
            Not that I want to pick out curtains or anything."

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            • #7
              i've never seen Lion King 2, but I heard it is loosly based on Romeo and Juliet.

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              • #8
                yay for both of you!! Most people don't get it...so kudos to you both!


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