“Sleeping Beauty” is an animated film produced by American Disney in 1959. The film was directed and shot by Clyde Ginoniimi, and was dubbed by Mary Costa and Bill Shirley. The film was produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and premiered in the United States on January 29, 1959.
The film is adapted from the fairy tale “Sleeping Beauty” by Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm. It tells a princess named Arlo, who was cursed by the black witch at birth and was handed over to three fairies to raise her. After being sworn, he was awakened by the prince with a kiss of true love.
The story takes place in medieval Europe (14th century). King Stephen and Queen Rhe gave birth to the little princess Elora. The people of the whole country congratulated the king and queen for this. At the princess’s birth baptism ceremony, three good fairies came. They were Huala Fairy, Emerald Fairy, and Blue Sky Fairy. They took turns to give the little princess good blessings. However. After accepting the second fairy, the evil black witch Melficent suddenly appeared in the hall and cursed in the name of the princess’s approval, causing Princess Arlo to be stabbed to death by a spinning wheel on her 16th birthday.
After Maleficent laughed and left, everyone was terrified. The third fairy had not yet blessed the princess. She changed the curse of death to the scourge of sleep. The princess must get the prince’s real love kiss to wake up. Come. Subsequently, the king ordered the burning of all spinning wheels throughout the country. But what is unexpected is that even though the three fairies tried their best to help, they still failed to avoid the fulfillment of the curse, and Princess Alora stayed asleep. Finally, Prince Philip, who was in love with the princess, cut through the thorns for love, overcame all difficulties, defeated Maleficent, and climbed to the top of the tower to crack the princess’s curse with a real kiss love.