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Adolf Hitler Makes a Creepy Disney Movie Even Creepier

"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is a pretty creepy story if you think about it, what with the stepmother contracting a woodsman to cut the heart out of a little girl so she can keep it on her dresser … Read More

By / February 25, 2008

"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is a pretty creepy story if you think about it, what with the stepmother contracting a woodsman to cut the heart out of a little girl so she can keep it on her dresser in a jewelry box – just because the kid has fairer features. However, this story just made "Snow White" even creepier.

William Hakvaag, director of a war museum in Norway, claims that he has uncovered several drawings of Snow White’s dwarfs signed by an “A. Hitler,” a signature he is absolutely positive that can be traced back to the most terrible dictator of our time. Also included in the findings was a portrait of Pinocchio by the same artist.

Hakvaag claims that not only do the dates and handwriting match up, but that it was well known that Hitler believed the Disney Film to be genius. We also know that Hitler was an artist. In fact, his rejection (twice) from art school and his time living as a bohemian in Vienna preceded his days of military service and megalomania.

If only Hitler had stuck to his art. Or if he had listened to the moral at the end of the story: never try to exterminate someone solely based upon how she looks. In the end, caring will overcome jealousy, and you will end up falling off of a cliff.