Post by nerdherder51 on Feb 4, 2019 22:58:05 GMT -8
The segment about Hans doesn’t quite make sense since gloves were a mandatory part of formal attire during that time period. Though proper etiquette was often confusing and changed frequently depending on even the slightest variable.
Regarding the whole glove issue, I remember reading somewhere that gloves are used in a very unique way in Frozen. When the gloves come off, people are seen for who they really are. We see this when Elsa who has been forced to wear gloves all her life, finally gets rid of them and embraces her ice powers. Also, in that scene with Anna and Hans, he takes off his gloves before revealing his true colors to her. I thought this was interesting and have a feeling that Disney does stuff like this on purpose to give the audience a chance to read between the lines.
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I also knew about the gloves secret, and about the queen in Snow White. I also heard in the DVD of the "Little Mermaid" that Ursula was originally written to be Triton's sister, but I'm not sure if this information is considered canon anymore, since its mention seemed to have been dropped from the original movie. However, I didn't know about the rest of the secrets. That very interesting, especially the one about Scar's real name.