Enchanted

Enchanted

Disney’s “Enchanted” film was originally written as an R-rated comedy princess movie with borrowed elements from “American Pie” and “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” that focused heavily on sex and profanity. Disney also hoped to cash in on merchandising with a Giselle doll, which was the studio’s first to be modeled on a real person and not a cartoon, but Disney’s lawyers discovered that they’d have to pay Amy Adams to license her image for the rest of her life, so the doll was dropped from the Disney Princess line and this is why Giselle is rarely seen at Disney’s Parks.

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