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Now, fairy tales
are not like Mother Goose rhymes

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that are based on facts and real people.

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Fairy tales are fantasies.

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They are fun to read--
I read them myself every night.

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-- but nobody really believes them.

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I believe them.

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[CHUCKLES]

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Oh, Herman.
He, he, he.

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He is so funny. Big joke. Ooh.

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Anyway, fairy tales are full
of imaginary characters

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who are loaded with magical powers

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like Cinderella's fairy godmother.

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Now, she could change a pumpkin
into a coach

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or mices into horses
and anything else into anything else.

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I believe it.

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[CLEARS THROAT]

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Then there's Pinocchio's good fairy.

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With the wave of a stick,

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she changed him from a wooden puppet
into a genuine, real, live boy.

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I believe it.

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And then there are bad fairies
like the one in Sleeping Beauty,

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who turned herself
into a fire-breathing dragon.

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HERMAN [VOICE-OVER]:
I believe it.

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LUDWIG [VOICE-OVER]: Then you're
always sure to find a wicked queen

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like the one in Snow White.

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She drank some of her own black magic
and turned herself into, um,

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an awful mess.

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[THUNDER CRASHING]

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Ha, ha, ha.
Oh, boy, is that hard to swallow.

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HERMAN:
But I believe it anyway.

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Herman, I could smash you.

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I believe it.

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LUDWIG:
Ooh, eek. Phew.

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In fairy tales,
you will find all kinds of giants.

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There are small giants

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and the big economy-size giants

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like the one in Jack and the Beanstalk.

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That's a real big giant.

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It's really an old fairy tale,
Jack and the Beanstalk, you know.

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African Zulus used to tell it,

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American Indians told it,

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and everybody, practically,
who told this tale

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gave it different characters.

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But no matter who told it,
it was always the same story

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and they all used
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