The Grimm BrothersHans Christian AndersenCharles PerraultJeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont
The Grimm Brothers published Snow White in 1812.
Cinderella was published by Charles Perrault in 1697.
Although Aladdin is a Middle Eastern tale, the story is set in China, and Aladdin is explicitly Chinese.
She has a family.She commits suicide.She dies in battle.She serves the Emperor.
In Chu Renho's romance "Sui Tang Yanyi" (c. 1675), Mulan commits suicide after she returns from war to find that her father has died, her mother remarried, and the khan has summoned her to be his concubine.
She must get the prince to kiss her after three days.The prince must trade his voice for her life.Every step feels like knives, and the prince must marry her.She has to kill the sea witch to break the contract.
When Ariel fails to get the prince to marry her, and refuses to kill him to save her life, her body dissolves into sea foam.
She has two older sisters.She has a pet.Her mother is alive.Her father is rich.
Belle's two older sisters closely resemble the step-sisters of Cinderella, and treat Belle like a servant. They are wicked, selfish, and mock Belle.
Nothing.A dragon watches over her.She grows old with age.She is raped and has children.
The earliest known version of "Sleeping Beauty" is from an episode contained in Perceforest, the “Histoire de Troïlus et de Zellandine,” (1330-44). Troilus rapes Zellandine in her deep coma, and she delivers the child without waking.
Take her away forever.Cut off her hair and banish her.Kill her so that no one can have her.Kill the prince, so that he will never tell where Rapunzel lives.
When Dame Gothel finds Rapunzel pregnant with the prince's twins, she cuts off her hair and banishes her to the wilderness. Dame Gothel then waits for the prince to visit. When hearing the news that he will never see Rapunzel again, the prince leaps from the tower and is blinded by the thorns below. Don't worry though. Rapunzel and the prince find each other in the end, the prince's sight is restored, and they live happily ever after!
The ice palace.The two sisters.The reindeer.The trolls.
The story "Frozen" was inspired by the tale "The Snow Queen," by Hans Christian Andersen. Though the two sisters do not exist, a boy and a girl do go on an adventure to an ice palace, owned by a Snow Queen, and struggle to define good and evil.
The Girl and the BearThe Read-Headed GirlThe Witch in the WoodsNone of the above.
Brave was an original Pixar story written by Brenda Chapman, released in 2012.