In comment to her post, did they realize that all reigning equally under Aslan pictures when we will all rule equally under Christ in the Millennial reign. Also, we as children of God are royalty-after all He is the King of kings and LORD of lords!
Furthermore, did they realize that each of them represent a different kind of Christian Life?
Peter The Magnificent represents the victorious christian.
Susan the Gentle represents the sometimes doubtful, always"safe" one who falls away in time of trouble or doubt.Edmund the Just represents the one who was forgiven much and so loves much, and is always after faithful.
Lastly, did the director, Andrew Adamson, realize all he was telling them to do? He so vibrantly captures so much and yet is CLUELESS!
Sad, but true...
My next character is...
1) All of her clothes in Disney's version, peasent's and princess's, are of German background.
2) In the Grimm's version (less romantic, and more practical) she didn't actually have to be kissed to break the spell of the poisioned apple. The Prince saw her in her coffin, and thought her so beautiful that he wanted to bring her to his castle. When his men were carrying her coffin, one stumbled and dropped his end. When she hit the groung the poisioned bite of apple flew out of her throat and she sat up in surprised wonder. and they lived happily ever after.
3) The wicked queen tried 3 seperate times (in Grimm's version) to be rid of the girl who was claimed by the magic mirror to be the "fairest in the land"
My last person is really 4 children from the same book.
RENYARD (REYNIE) MULDOON (outlined in green)
KATE WEATHERALL (outlined in black)
CONSTANCE CONTRAIRE (outlined in pink)
GEORGE (STICKY) WACHINGTON (outlined in red)
All these kids are great, but my personal favorite is Kate. Here are the three facts about her.
1) She always has with her, hanging from her belt, actually, a metal bucket, painted fire engine red, full of useful things. (rope, pen light, invisible ink, paper, swiss army knife, etc.)
2) Kate wishes her nickname was The Great Kate Weather Machine, until the boys pointed out that it was too long to be a nickname.
3) Her mother died when she was very young, and she doesn't know what happened to her father, so she was put in an orphanage. She ran away from the orphange to join the circus. But they didn't want her so they put her back in the orphanage. THEN, she ran away to the circus, AGAIN. On and on it went until the circus owner decided to save everyone the bother and kept her. It was here she learned all the seemingly impossible feats she displays throughout the books.
Oh and I have to add one more...
4) She, like her name, really can weather it all!