|"And at last I see the light...."|
Every princess has a saying that helps identify her instantly. I think"True Love's Kiss" is the best one of all.
|A candidate for the type of flower the wife wanted|
"Some boys take a beautiful girl / And hide her away from the rest of the world"The version that people remember the best, though, is none of those. Rather, is the one printed by the Brothers Grimm in their 1812 collection of traditional fairy tales "Children's and Household Tales," which is the basis for the version set forth below.
"Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair, so that I may climb the golden stair."
|Rapunzel's Tower, Wales|
|A real-life Rapunzel's Tower in Dresden, Germany|
|Nobody - nobody - does castles better than Disney|
|Lots of marriages end up like this|
|Pascal the Chameleon causing trouble|
|But honey, I'll do the dishes next time!|
|Flynn with his "look"|
|Rapunzel let down her hair|
|I think it's a good likeness|
|The evil Gothel|
|Those are some big ol' buck teeth!|
|Swing, swing, swing all day long!|
|They may have tweaked "Tangled" for boys, but the DVD cover sure is girlish|
|Watch out for that frying pan!|
|Rapunzel with a great look|