Essays on walt disney

TLK Script in HTML -- 208K
This script fully cross-indexes much of the Image and Sound Archives, and is in an easy-to-read tabled format. TLK Script in Plain Text -- 112K
This script is the basis for the HTML script above, and is the most complete and textually accurate script for The Lion King that is available. Compiled by Phil "Stokowski" Pollard and edited to its current form by Brian Tiemann. TLK Script in MS Word Format -- 384K
This version is edited into its current format by Brian Tiemann. It is as complete as the other two versions, and contains footnotes. Also:
Hosted at the Internet Movie Script Database is a real gem: a PDF version of the working script for the movie, as used by Disney. This script differs slightly from what you see on the screen due to the reliance on actors' ad-libbing their lines, and it includes stage directions that only the directors would have known about (for instance, I certainly didn't realize that when Zazu pokes his beak out of Scar's mouth to say "Impeccable timing, Your Majesty!", it's supposed to remind the viewer of the mouth-within-a-mouth in Aliens !
A searchable version , in RTF format, has been transcribed by Wojciech Komorowski.

5/13/2012: Early drafts by JT Allen and Ron Bass , dating back to early 1990, are now available thanks to "Jiminy Cricket", who worked at a literary agency at the time.

Foreign Language

  • German: Der K?nig der L?wen - Transcribed by Steffen Kilb
  • Dutch: De Leeuwekoning - Transcribed by Anneke Sinnema
  • Russian: Korol' Lev - Transcribed by Stas J Sharov.
  • Swedish: Lejonkungen - Transcribed by Kiara Zukunft.
  • Finnish: Leijonakuningas - Transcribed by Oskari Grönroos
Simba's Pride Simba's Pride Script in HTML -- 160K
Contains the full text of the released version of Simba's Pride , as well as scenes that were cut from the final version shortly before release. Foreign Language
  • German: Simbas K?nigreich - Transcribed by Janis Bode
  • Russian - Transcribed by Stas J Sharov.
  • Swedish: Simbas Skatt - Transcribed by Kiara Zukunft.
The Lion King 1 1/2 ( The Lion King 3 ) The Lion King 1 1/2 Script in HTML -- 152K
Contains the full text of the released version of The Lion King 1 1/2 . Foreign Language
  • German: König der Löwen 3
Scripts for Other Movies (Yes, there ARE other movies out there. Incredible.) Note: Please do not copy these scripts and pass them off as your own work by removing the references to the sources. Also, if you edit a script, send a copy of your revision to the author in question.
  • The Rescuers Down Under (compiled by Scott A. Concilla)
  • The Little Mermaid (compiled by Corey Johanningmeier)
  • Beauty and the Beast (compiled by Ben Scripps)
  • Aladdin (compiled by Ben Scripps)
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame (compiled by Ben Scripps)
  • Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
  • The Princess Bride. Yes, I actually sat down and spent an entire weekend writing this down myself. Don't even try to convince me that I have a life! =)
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Yet, still, the elements that constitute the musical don’t end there. The production of the musical is an art form itself. Complicated and often inflammatory, the craft of producing a Broadway show involves knowing the public’s tastes (and usually challenging it), raising capital, battling societal trends — all on the most expensive real estate in the most fractious city in the world. And, finally, there is the dissemination of the musical, which encompasses a vast narrative of communications and the media. Through sheet music, over the radio, in movies, on television, on gramophones, hi-fis, and CDs, through word-of-mouth, through visiting tourists, servicemen, grandmothers and their grandchildren, the world of the Broadway musical has been brought to every corner of this country and, by extension, the world. The musical is as powerful an image-maker of America as Hollywood has been and the shaping and shifting of that image is another cultural marker.

BROTHERS
YOU ARE STILL AMONG THE LIVING, AND RICHARD HAS NO REGRET
YOU WILL ONE DAY I’M HERE TO SAY YES ON THIS YOU CAN BET
DEEP IN YOUR HEART YOU LOVE EACH OTHER THIS MUCH I DO KNOW
MY FLEETING WORDS SHALL HAUNT YOU WHEREVER YOU MAY GO!
ROBERT YOU CAN TELL HE NEEDS A HUG AND A NOD FROM YOU
MY SISTER DIED LAST TUESDAY AND TONITE I AM BLUE!
I NEVER GOT TO SAY GOOD BYE ALTHOUGH I LAUGHED UPON THE PHONE
SHE LIVED SOMEWHERE FAR AWAY AND I WAS TOO SICK TO GO ALONE!
SO YOU WERE BOTH LITTLE BOYS ONCE, GIVE YOUR LOVE A CHANCE
IF YOU DO I PROMISE YOU I WILL TRY TO GET UP AND DANCE.

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