Ah, what could’ve been…
Here’s some tangible evidence of Animal Kingdom’s never-built land, Beastly Kingdom.
From the top: The original Animal Kingdom logo featuring a dragon. The large dragon’s head that decorates one of the park’s ticket booths. The dragon rock/fountain, once seen on the Discovery River ride. The smoking (and occasionally fire-breathing) cave, ALSO once glimpsed on the Discovery River ride. The Animal Kingdom’s Unicorn Lot sign. A small, plastic dragon released as a McDonald’s Happy Meal toy to promote the park’s opening in 1998. The Happy Meal box containing the aforementioned toy.
Anonymous said: Is Evangeline from PATF the second star to the right from Peter Pan, and the wishing star in Pinocchio?
I like to go even further. SO let’s say Evangeline is indeed the same star in all of these films as there is no evidence to the contrary.
This is Evangeline right? So if she is indeed the brightest star in the sky. After Ray reaches his place to the left of her she would then become…the second star to the right.
Now onto Peter Pan.
Peter pan screencap of the second star, and oh look there is a smaller star next to her, Ray. Which means perhaps there is a Disney timeline of sorts or at least a continuity between these three films? It could be that Ray and his events with Tiana happened before the Darlings trip to Neverland. Anyways let’s take a look at Pinocchio shall we?
Now here is the star in Pinocchio, and it seems more or less like the brightest star in the sky just like the other photos, but no small star! Given the setting we know Pinocchio is set in a time long before the other two films. So perhaps ray isn’t there yet, his adventure hasn’t come to be. Meaning there is a continuity at least in respect to time between these three films and the position of the brightest star in the sky! But what is even more interesting is that in Pinocchio at the end of the film Jiminy Cricket refers to the star as My Lady. He even thanks her for making Pinocchio a real boy, to which the star responds by awarding him a medal. Thanks to that interaction we can assume the star is none other than the famed Blue Fairy herself who made all of the events in Pinocchio possible. So in conclusion.
Hello Evangeline, the second star to the right.
Congratulations, you just made me approve of a relationship between an insect and a fairy.