Film Theory: No One Survives Disney! (The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Bambi, Pinocchio…)

Film Theory: No One Survives Disney! (The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Bambi, Pinocchio…)

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  1. What about the brave little toaster it was in theaters and and a lot of cars died in the junk yard , also a blender died in that movie

  2. Saw levels of deadly? Saw isnt actually a series with lots of deaths, and im pretty sure you know james so you should know that… 😂

  3. Alice in Wonderland is a dream, those deaths shouldn't count. Pinocchio's fish aren't easily argued to be sentient either.

  4. TREASURE PLANET IS THE ONE AND ONLY BEST DISNY MOVIE EVER! IF IT DIDNT MAKE A LOT OF MONEY, WHATEVER! IDC WHAT YOU SAY ITS AMAZING!

  5. EY! have more respect for my favorite childhood movie "Home on the range", that shit was a good movie xD. The scene where he almost hypnotized Maggie, Grace and Mrs Caloway still scares me for some odd reason lol. The scene is also trippy af lol

  6. wait a second,here you say scars rule was 5 years,but in the theory if simba can survive with eating bugs you said it was 3 years

  7. Technically the lion king has about 1 death because none of the deaths of the animals during the starvation are seen being killed

  8. The fish in Brother Bear actually are shown to be sentient in a scene after the credits so yes they should definitly count.

  9. dude, I'm late to this party but I owned the Chicken Little soundtrack so I think I am the ultimate Chicken Little aficionado

  10. Does everyone forget about the bird that was killed in Bambi? I still have a trauma from that, because she talks before and we see her get shot…

  11. Oh my gosh I was watching the Bambi wildfire analysis when a news notification popped up warning the threat of the Californian wildfires!

    Anyways, love ur vids MatPat keep it up!

  12. Dinosaur was my first thought

    BUT! I will argue that Atlantis has the most (human) death at the elimination of almost an entire civilization, the casualties of the war that the chief oversaw, the deaths of the expedition team, and the deaths of the baddies in the final act

  13. With the Treasure planet one your count may be off. Someone had to tell the story for it to get into the book. So it is possible that the ship and everyone on it as found by another ship later and rescued or it may have even been able to make it to port on its own after it was sacked. Or he could have taken it over dropped the people into lifeboats (or at a nearby port) and then disappeared. So they may not have died (or maybe they did). So that count is questionable.

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