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IN Celebrities ON 04 Oct, 2015
The world would not have been the same if it was not for Walt Disney's imagination which later turned into cartoons. A greater part of our childhood was a void which was filled by those hours of sitting in front of the television to watch our favourite cartoon characters.
We saw those characters as our real life heroes. Let us see if we knew everything about those characters or not.
The timeline comparison of both of these shows suggests that the characters are the same people in different ages.
This show revolutionized the pop culture. But, one of the shows showed something futuristic as a magazine had "9" placed beside the world trade centre building. The image looks strategically pushed as the buildings look like "11", which says 9/11!
Smurfs is so popular that it is now developed into a motion picture. They, however, seem to have some connection with groups like KKK and the Nazis. Smurfs wear a white pointed hat while the KKK leaders wear red pointed hats. Also, the smurfs salute in a gesture similar to that of the Nazis.
Arnold was posed to have lost his parents and had to live with his grandparents. But, evidence shows that Arnold was born to his grandparents. As it is not advisable to have a child so late, this mature pregnancy leads to Chiari Syndrome. That satisfies the fact that Arnold had misshapen head and psychological problems.
This one will hit your childhood innocence too hard. Disney analysts have suggested that each character in this show showed some resemblance with drug addiction. The name Snow White proves that and the name of the seven dwarves represent the effects of drugs: Sneezy, sleepy, happy, dopey, grumpy, bashful and a trip to the Doc.
They were both voiced by late Robin Williams. A theory also suggests that Genie posed as the Merchant to sell his own lamp for setting himself free.
One of the most popular comic series allegedly shows Garfield hallucinating Jon and Odie out of loneliness and slow starvation. As in the snapshot above, Garfield uses delusion to imagine Odie.
This show was aired in 60's and was about prehistoric times. But the fact that the Flinstones have used modern tools and equipments turn it into a post-apocalyptic show.
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