Sleeping Beauty (1959)
scenes are taken from this film
Possible coincidence, but maybe not: Sleeping Beauty's three fairies' costumes bear a strong resemblance to those of the three most prominent female mice in Cinderella's team. Also Verna Felton voices a good fairy in both movies.
When Sgt. Williams arrives to work three minutes late, Chief Mathews greets him by saying, "Good morning, Sleeping Beauty".
The scene where Rowena shatters the mirror revealing the staircase to the secret room and cuts her finger on the glass is uncannily similar to the scene in Disney's Sleeping Beauty (5 years earlier) in which Briar Rose pricks her finger on the spinning wheel and the staircase appears inside the fireplace.
Revok: "Sleeping Beauty awakes."
A still photo from this film is part of a montage
Miles continues, "when you're fast asleep" - as in the Disney song - Once Upon a Dream.
Daphne is put into a sleep and endless sleep that only a kiss can awaken her from
Poster is shown in a video store.
Poster is shown in a video store.
Maleficent 's goons appear in Toon Town.
Portrait on nursery wall.
Lets go Sleeping Beauty
Valsone: "Sleeping Beauty Awakes."
Buddy mentions "love... does not conquer all", echoing Maleficent in Sleeping Beauty.
Tex refers to Eva Schanzee as "Sleeping Beauty."
The capture of Dot by the roundies references the capture of Prince Philip by Maleficent and her goons.
referenced in film
The three "fairies" in red, green, blue controlling the lovers
Mike: "Danny Bonaduce is 'Sleeping Beauty.'"
In one scene Mushu says, "Rise and shine Sleeping Beauty," to Mulan
Dean guesses Rory prefers the Prince Charming from this movie over the Cinderella Prince Charming.
John calls Jool Sleeping Beauty.
Saturday: "Right, on to Sleeping Beauty, guys."
Aurora appears at Hollow Bastion.
Mentioned by Joey.
One of the beauty pageant protesters is dressed as Malificent.
Princess Aurora, Prince Philip, Maleficent, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather are guests at the House of Mouse
Mark calls Ted sleeping beauty.
In one song Mrs. Helperman is singing and animals mimic the scene in Sleeping Beauty where the girl is dancing with the animals pretending to be a prince.
Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather appear during ending sequence
Maleficent statue on computer
The "Sleeping Beauty" animated clip created for Fragile imitates the Walt Disney version specifically.
Magdalena Lorena is dressed as the evil witch from this movie.
Open reference in the Journal
Ben's favorite movie
Mater calls Lightning Sleeping Beauty
TV Funhouse segment about Disney Vault makes up sequel names in parody, including "Sleeping Beauty Meets Aladdin"
Referenced in Inside the Disney Vault
referenced in clue in "Disney Film Voices" category
Disney's Aurora was one of those princesses appearing in a poster.
Maleficent appears as the boss of Hollow Bastion.
A woman places a curse on a person.
Holly wears a dress inspired by the film
Mentioned by Tur.
In the climax, Queen Narissa transforms into a dragon-like beast, the same as Maleficent does. In an opening scene, when Prince Edward is overcome with love for Giselle, he picks up the portly Nathaniel and does an awkward dance with him. The scene is reminiscent to Prince Philip doing a similar move with his father, King Hubert. In addition, when Narissa reveals the unconscious Giselle behind her is the same way Maleficent reveals Aurora to the fairies.
Holly mentions having dressed up as Sleeping Beauty from the Disney film
Pictures of the Three Good Fairies are seen behind Blaine Gibson
The shots in the 'Sleeping sequence' are an exact match of those in Sleeping Beauty's 'Once Upon a Dream' scene.
Disscusses the making of the film
One of the Strippers / Siren's aliases is named after Princess Aurora
RuPaul says "do not accept an apple from this woman" during Nina Flowers' runway.
A woman says her favourite movie as a child was Sleeping Beauty (1959)
In the flashback to 1961, Angela asks Alice, "Who snuck you out to see 'Sleeping Beauty'?"
incorrect answer to $1,000 question
Referenced in title
Charlotte and Naveen-Laurence's dance at the ball mirrors Aurora's dance with Prince Philip.
The Little Mermaid is the return to Disney princesses since this film.
Features a world based on this film
The Emperor's New Groove spoofs Maleficent's transformation. One of the animated films shot in anamorphic widescreen.
The lyrics of "Once Upon a Dream" from the film are referenced in the episode's title.
Mentioned by House
Picture of Maleficent as a dragon shown
Flora drops dead after the Critic utters "I do not believe in fairies"
Maleficent appears in this game.
In the opening moments, with Night Mare Moon apparently victorious, the Mayor shouts, "Seize her!" and Nightmare Moon replies, "Stand back, you fools!"
the spinning wheel appears in the tower
Backgrounds of the castle scenes were used in one part of the game.
Mr. Burns does a ballet dance to "Once upon a Dream" from Disney's "Sleeping Beauty."
AniMat claims the villains are unlike any other since Maleficent.
One of the downloaded content for the game is a Aurora costume.
Hewy: "But I do wonder what [The Swan Princess] would've taken the Sleeping Beauty route"
Aurora seen on the Disney Princess poster.
Costumes of the characters of this movie.
Don Bluth worked as an assistant animator on this Disney film.
Dr. Doofenshmirtz's role as Malifishmertz, his name, identity and attire are based on Maleficent
Queen Chrysalis' transformation into her true form is very reminiscent of Maleficent complete with green flames erupting from the ground.
James is knocked unconscious and wakes up in the future
Trevor calls Alex "Sleeping Beauty".
Malificent appears in the Fiends skit.
Merryweather hopes the king's new slippers are blue, and Flora replies "no, red." In "Sleeping Beauty," Merryweather and Flora fought over whether Princess Aurora's gown should be blue or pink.
There is a stained glass window portrait of Maleficent in the Dark Beauty Castle
Aurora/Briar Rose appears in the game; Maleficent is Mizrabel's main ego.
The Maleficent dragon is mentioned as one of the villains in the game.
Penny dresses as Princess Aurora at Disneyland.
Referenced in the Disney vault sketch
AniMat says Dean Hardscrabble has an approach thats like Maleficent.
Aurora and Prince Phillip are in the game.
One of The Secret of Kells' influences.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in the news segment "TNN - Troldspejlet's nyhedsnetværk"
Kaley Cuoco mentions this movie by name during the game I Love a Charade
The Sleeping Beauty castle in Disneyland is parodied as the Slipping Beauty Castle.
clips shown to help promote the movie
This is one of the cartoons used to explain fairies' existence in fairy tales
a clip is featured
clips from this movie are used in the extended version during the magic mirror's villain segment
footage intertwined with rock 'n' roll music
Scenes from this movie are shown with Rock and Roll music
A clip of the film is shown.
VHS release reviewed + footage used
Some very short clips are shown.
Features "Once Upon a Dream"
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Footage shown as the host gives a summary of the story
Clips of Maleficent and her goons shown.
Maleficent is #1.
Maleficent is at the number 2 spot.
Clip of monster while Hewy discusses animated villains
Hewy says the Horned King can't be as bad as Maleficent
Film is talked about, clips shown.
"Ode To Disney Animated Movies" segment
Clip played during the conclusion.
Clip briefly shown before one of the numbers.
Sleeping Beauty opens a door. No dialogue.
recalling the death of Maleficent
"Once Upon a Dream" plays during the credits
Clip of Prince Phillip fighting the Maleficent dragon shown as an example of a fairy tale film with action thats done right.
Critic goes on record to say that Aurora is forgettable
Clip edited with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs showing the Maleficent dragon getting killed by the dwarfs singing "Heigh-Ho".
movie and songs are reviewed
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of The Banner Saga (2014) (VG) + still image shown
Critic points out an obvious rip-off
Maleficent is based on this Disney film, clips shown and comparisons are made.
the babies' story is a parody of this.
Loretta's evil castle is similar to Malificent's, complete with the sinister raven.
The beginning of Yzma's translation with her sinister laugh is like Maleficent's into the dragon.
A character appears dressed like the evil witch, and Sara sleeps on a bed of flowers as if put under a spell.
Maleficent shows up.
Parody skit with Aurora