The Little Mermaid
Hunchback of Notre-Dame
are all heavily altered adaptations. If you want accuracy, read the original or watch the documentary. If Hercules was true to the original, you're looking at an R rated film which would end with a naked man ripping his skin apart and jumping into the fire...
not very Disney-ish xD
we all know that historical accuracy was just (if used) an excuse to milk the first movie
Sorry,but the Little Meremaid isn't based on history.However,I know they took big liberties with Pocahontas but like I think the historians would have roasted them if they let Pocahontas and John Smith stay together.
and that's the reason I did not put the word history in there
if Disney heard the historians/literature critics' opinions they wouldn't have created half of their movies.
Oh no, it doesn't matter, I just felt it was a valid question and was merely out of curiosity. The tone of your reply is as if you think I was questioning your intelligence on the matter, which wasn't the case (and I'm really sorry if that's the impression I gave). I was just curious if any of the people saying "after everything with John Smith in the first film, how dare they end up making her get with John Rolfe!" were aware that that's exactly how it really happened, even if it didn't happen exactly how it was portrayed.... I just know there's a lot of people that don't really care about whether things are based on history or not (not saying that about anyone here), which is why I asked, that's all
I wasn't offended at all actually.
sorry if i made you feel akward