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Disney's Dancing Princes


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  • Disney's Dancing Princes

    As I was watching Sleeping Beauty the other night and I noticed something interesting - Prince Philip, when he dances, leads with his left hand while dancing with Aurora (Yes, he does swing his sword with his right hand). Then, watching Beauty and the Beast, I noticed the same thing - Beast leads with his left while dancing. I have also been informed that the Prince in Cinderella does the same.

    Does anyone have any ideas why this is or is able to add any other films to the list where this happens?

  • #2
    The left always leads, then the right steals the election. so they say.
    "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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    • #3
      And they used recycled animation in BATB.


      • #4
        isn't it always the left

        doesn't the male, character or human, always lead with his left hand?


        • #5
          Originally posted by Cousin Orville
          The left always leads, then the right steals the election. so they say.

          oh bad...bad...bad....

          but seriously, from what I remember when taking swing dancing lessions, men always lead with the left.


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            ORDDU: Hmmmm...for just a minute, I thought this might turn out to be a topic about gay dancers at the Disney theme parks who appear in all those wonderful stage shows.


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