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Capture the Imagination – 100 Jahre Disney-Märchenanimationsfilme

  • Ingrid Tomkowiak

Zusammenfassung

Der Name Disney steht heute sowohl für das Wirken eines Weltkonzerns als auch für ein kulturelles Phänomen, das mit der Macht von Träumen, Wünschen, Visionen, Bildern, Stereotypen, Grenzen und Normen zu tun hat.

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Quellenverzeichnis

1 Primärquellen/1.1 Analysierte Märchenfilme

  1. Aladdin / Aladdin (R. Ron Clements/John Musker, USA 1992).Google Scholar
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  3. Aschenputtel / Cinderella (R. Clyde Geronimi/Wilfred Jackson/Hamilton Luske, USA 1950).Google Scholar
  4. Cinderella (R. Walt Disney, USA 1922).Google Scholar
  5. Die Eiskönigin – Völlig unverfroren / Frozen (R. Chris Buck/Jennifer Lee, USA 2013).Google Scholar
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  7. Dornröschen / Sleeping Beauty (R. Clyde Geronimi/Les Clark/Eric Larson/Wolfgang Reitherman, USA 1959).Google Scholar
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1.2 Weitere genannte Märchenfilme

  1. Abenteuer im Zauberland / Babes in the Woods (R. Burt Gillet, USA 1932).Google Scholar
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1.3 Weitere genannte Filme (inkl. Bonusmaterial)

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ingrid Tomkowiak
    • 1
  1. 1.Universität ZürichZürichSwitzerland

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