If disney cartoons were the policeBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/if-disney-cartoons-were-the-police
Have you ever wondered what's missing from the disney cartoons? We've learned that their stories are always fabulous and over, no matter what, happy and fun. But Illustrator Paul Westover (Paul Westover) proposed to include the traditional subjects of police.
It was funny: from the investigation of the murder of Mufasa in "the lion King" to the arrest of Prince Philip from "Sleeping beauty".
— According to the police, the stepmother was horrible to a child after his father's death. ("Cinderella")
— No, we will not give you the 17-year-old girl. Still what are the requirements? ("Beauty and the beast")
The paw print indicates that it is murder. I bet it was that, repulsive-looking uncle. — Bastard wanted to blame everything on the nephew. I hope we find the boy before it is too late. ("The lion king")
— So you're saying that the first child was a doll, and then the fairy turned him into a boy? Sir, the process will go faster if you cease to play the fool. ("Pinocchio")
— Yes where is she? ("Rapunzel: a Tangled tale")
— Damn pervert! (Sleeping beauty)