Magical Details From Our Favorite Princess Movies That Make Us Nostalgic

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Movies about princesses have always been a favorite genre amongst fans, especially when they're rooted in favorites from childhood. The women in princess movies were always fierce, strong, smart, and loyal, perfect characters for young people to look up to. More than a few fans of the genre managed to spot some truly interesting details about the best movies about princesses.

Check out these details in princess movies spotted by fans, and don't forget to vote!

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    71 VOTES

    Belle's Father Makes Toys That Were Historically Popular At The Time In 'Beauty And The Beast'

    From Redditor u/Obversa:

    In Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast, Belle's father, Maurice, is shown making a living by building automatons. Automatons were popular entertainment in 18th century France, the time period the movie is set in - especially with King Louis XVI.

  • 2
    41 VOTES

    The Royalty In 'Stardust' Bleed A Specific Color

    From Redditor u/Rickrickrickrickrick:

    In Stardust, the princes bleed blue because they are royalty.

  • 3
    36 VOTES

    Sara Imagines Her Late Parents As Characters In Her Story In 'A Little Princess'

    From Redditor u/mill3954:

    In A Little Princess the scenes where Sara is telling the story of The Ramayana, the characters Prince Rama and Princess Sita are played by her father and late mother (actors Liam Cunningham and Alison Moir).

  • 4
    31 VOTES

    The Yellow Roses In 'A Little Princess' Symbolize Friendship

    From IMDb:

    In A Little Princess, when Sara gives bread to the little girl in the street, she is given a yellow rose in return, which she leaves on the door of her neighbor, whose son is missing in action. Later, when the neighbor's Indian assistant, Ram Dass, delivers food and gifts to Sara and Becky, the centerpiece he leaves on the table is a bouquet of yellow roses. Yellow roses are often used to symbolize friendship.

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    30 VOTES

    'Roman Holiday' Was Shot In Black And White Because Rome Was Too Beautiful

    From IMDb:

    Roman Holiday was shot in black and white so that the characters wouldn't be upstaged by the romantic setting of Rome.

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    53 VOTES

    Aurora’s Wedding Gown In 'Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil' Is A Nod To 'Sleeping Beauty'

    From Redditor u/jbafofi4:

    In Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Aurora’s final wedding gown is the gown from the original Sleeping Beauty. The gown looks almost identical to the one from the original movie, both dresses are the ones the fairies change from being pink to blue.