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Disney's Anne Frank by AndrewDickman Disney's Anne Frank by AndrewDickman
Via request from Lindsay the Nostalgia Chick.
This was made for her Top 5 Least Awful Disney Sequels video

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And... I decided to post this under the heavy request of the fans... ^^;

I can't say I'm spot on seeing as I was trying to go for the usual poster style they go with, but I was doing this under a short amount of time anyway so... here's the result...
Also not a big fan of how I drew the "love interest" guy... but then again, most Disney guy designs were always a little "meh"

Being a huge Walt Disney fan... I'm sorry... I'm so sorry
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:icondeaddancers:
That is brilliant and disturbing and brilliant.
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:iconbadmillennial:
It could work. "The Grave of the Fireflies" approach.
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:iconmjdisneygirl:
MJDisneyGirl Mar 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Eh, I don't know, maybe if they ended it where she actually does die. Maybe then it could work fine.
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:iconbadmillennial:
Or an ending akin to "The Robe". 
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MJDisneyGirl Apr 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Explain please?
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:iconbadmillennial:
All I can say is that when the main character and his beloved were condemned to death by the Emperor Caligula, they appeared walking out of the chamber towards the camera, and the background of palace faded into a scenery of clouds, implying that they died and went o Heaven. 

If Disney weren't to show a graphic death, they could imply that the characters reunited in the afterlife.
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MJDisneyGirl Apr 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh yeah, that totally makes sense! :D
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:iconbadmillennial:

"They were lovely and pleasant in their lives, and they stay together in death."

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