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She goes to stay with relatives while there's a big hunting party, and one of the Germans shoots her. She is taken to the doctor by one of the other slaves who has no sympathy for her, tells her to drink the "medicine" (gunpowder) he has brought, and she eventually dies. When Walt is taken by the slave-traders to Paris, Broomhilda is the reason he does not kill his captors. The slave trader, Drusilla, at the start of the film, is planning on using Django as a male eunuch for a pageant in which the slaves will play the parts of the Apostles of Christ. The movie is a bit of a favourite of mine - my friends and family tend to view it much more seriously than I do. However, I am fully aware of how silly it is. I'm well aware of the actual facts of slavery in the US, and it's a very odd parallel between Hollywood films, and the very real reality. Disney is a major player in the film industry. One of the earliest examples was in the 1930s, when Disney released Tarzan, based on a character that had first appeared in a comic book. The comic book had been written by Carl Barks, who was an apprentice at Disney at the time. Barks did not find the Tarzan character funny, and he did not get on well with the Disney studio. Disney owned the rights to Barks' Tarzan comic, so they could not release it elsewhere without Disney's approval. The idea was to have Tarzan make some appearance in a cartoon - which Disney would be able to release legally. Barks and Disney's cartoonist, Floyd Gottfredson, worked out a secret version of the story, in which Tarzan was released from a zoo and becomes a hero. He escapes, and is even given a white suit, and a white skin! The idea was that, if Tarzan were released in a cartoon, they could put his costume in the actual story. However, the Disney studio was not as quick to get with the programme as Barks had been, and Disney's own cartoon had Barks killed off, by putting him in a plane crash, and killing him. Tarzan does appear in Disney's cartoons. He is presented in a way that Barks never intended. He was an evil jungle monster in Barks' story, but Disney's Tarzan is actually a half-ape


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