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The enchanted screen the unknown history of fairy-tale films

The enchanted screen the unknown history of fairy-tale films

Zipes, Jack 1937-

Book. English.
Published London: Routledge, 2011
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Statement of responsibility: Jack Zipes
ISBN: 0415990610, 0415990629, 9780415990615, 9780415990622
Note: Pbk.
Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [376]-387) and index
Note: "Filmography": p. [388]-425
Physical Description: xii, 435 p. ill. 26cm
Subject: Fairy tales Film adaptations; Fairy tales in motion pictures


  1. Filmic adaptation and appropriation of the fairy tale
  2. De-Disneyfying Disney : notes on the development of the fairy-tale film
  3. Georges Méliès : pioneer of the fairy-tale film and the art of the ridiculous
  4. Animated fairy-tale cartoons : celebrating the carnival art of the ridiculous
  5. Animated feature fairy-tale films
  6. Cracking the magic mirror : re-presentations of Snow White
  7. The trials and tribulations of Little Red Riding Hood revisited and reviewed
  8. Bluebeard's original sin and the rise of serial killing, mass murder, and fascism
  9. The triumph of the underdog : Cinderella's legacy
  10. Abusing and abandoning children : "Hansel and Gretel," "Tom Thumb," "The Pied Piper," "Donkey-skin," and "The juniper tree"
  11. Choosing the right mate : why beasts and frogs make for ideal husbands
  12. Andersen's cinematic legacy : trivialization and innovation
  13. Adapting fairy-tale novels
  14. Between slave language and utopian optimism : neglected fairy-tale films of Central and Eastern Europe
  15. Fairy-tale films in dark times : breaking molds, seeing the world anew