Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics BLUEBEARD (Part 2)

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That scene where Josephine entered the room with the decomposing corpses of BlueBeard’s wife’s and then the roses turned into blood was utterly terrifying.

Author — Luna Sapphire

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In the real bluebeard story, the bride was saved by her brothers whom all killed bluebeard for trying to murder their sister. She took control entire mansion, buried the brides' dead bodies, give her richest to the poor, her sister married her beloved man and the bride hoped she would find a new man that will help her rid of the awful memory of a man she never trusted and she learned a few things. 1. Never trust or marry a stranger you just met 2. Never accept a blind trust 3. Curiosity kill the cat 4.Always trust your instincts no matter what.

Author — Sarah276602

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well this adds a whole new meaning to having skeletons in the closet

Author — alexander3826

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I understand Josephine panicked and was too horrified to think straight after what she saw and witnessed and I can't blame her for that, but she should've realized immediately that she would most likely meet the same fate as all the other previous wives if she didn't get out of that place and get help!

Author — Nick#Clash BCommander

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wtf he set her up when he gave her a magic key. I think she had failed the test; that's why he gave her the magic key. he did not like her snobby attitude so he decided to make her fall right into his trap. the dress is another clue: the moment she stopped wearing it was the telltale sign that she had failed the test. moral of the story: make sure you know well the person you are actually going to marry and don't let greed dictate your life decisions.

Author — Noelia Killjoy

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Wow! This episode was pretty dark and actually felt like a horror movie in itself at the very beginning and in the second half of the episode, especially when she entered that forbidden room and discovered all the dead and slowly decaying, lifeless corpses of all of BlueBeard's past wives hanging on the walls and all that blood that came out of nowhere! BLOOD! And in a kid's tv show too! Yikes!

Author — Nick#Clash BCommander

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Bruh, I think it's obvious he set her up. He didn't even try to reason with her. Why do I feel this way.

She flat out tells you the key and the door compelled her to open it. The key is obviously magical.

Yeah, she was a young girl blondes by riches and glitz. But she didn't deserve to die. She should be humbled but it's not worth hurting her over.

Bluebeard simply grew tired of her and wanted a new one, so he set her up for failure and used it as an excuse to get her out of the way for a new one. Dunno what the first wife did but this is his cycle. It's not the matter of him finding the perfect bride, it's him looking for something new. That and I am more than sure he has other magic or is some kind of supernatural aspects to him.
Still. No excuses for Bluebeard here. He's a straight up murderer.

Maybe if you wanna test and see if someone is true, don't goad them into opening a room filled with your crimes with a magical mind warping key... then LYING them being unfaithful on their own.

Author — lotusdragonjbh

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This story could be a perfect horor movie. Someone should remake it.

Author — Julka P

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Man out of all the fairy tales I've read/watched... Bluebeard is definitely the most messed up one

Author — Gappy Peters

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Well...that escalated quickly.

(When people think "Frozen" was a cautionary tale about running off with a handsome prince for "true love"...) Heh... That's funny. Take a look at this, won't you?

Author — John Tumahab

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Girls: don't be a gold-digging unappreciative twat who doesn't respect other people's privacy. Curiosity is a strong force, but the satisfaction gained after giving in to it is short lived.
But you should always trust your instincts and be realistic. Pretty dresses and a lot of gold can be nice, but real treasure is having someone you can trust, and who will help your in time of need.

Guys: don't expect your partners to be completely pure and innocent; everyone has their flaws and may fall to temptation. And that is fine; it is unfair to test your partner - trust should come from both sides, otherwise the relationship is doomed to fail.
Also don't murder gold-digging unappreciative twats who didn't respect your privacy and keep their corpses as trophies in a little room which can only be unlocked with an enchanted key. Not a very noble trait. Just break up with them/ divorce them. It's a bit cleaner.

Author — cool beans

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i think the moral of the story is don't take the easy way out, you need to work hard for your dreams if you really want them.

Author — Suvathi T

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So the question is.. Is Bluebeard's motive serial killing women? Or does he just want to find a faithful wife?

Author — Candypigu (´・ω・`)

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It's like there is a dark power within the key already drawing her toward the door, as if telling her there is something she needs to know about her new husband, no matter what he warned her about. As it turns out, he was a mad man preparing to kill her and at the end it was time for her to RRRUUNNN!! When she says "What have I done?" I'm thinking that "Girl, now you know the truth about what kind of man you're married to? If he really loved you, he wouldn't be keeping these kind of secrets in the first place" I had a feeling he set her up to fail, just like all his other wives. Hopefully after this, his former wives can rest in peace.

Author — Disneyfan82

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Here in Eastern Europe, these were much, much scarier. There wasn't funny talking narrator, and voice actors who portrayed the villains were terrific, especially when it comes to this one and «The Coat of Many Colors».

Author — Alen Luyar

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So none of the servants in the castle found any of this disturbing? They never wondered what happened to all his other previous wives?

Author — bamnurface

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Y'know, I can't help but feel the forbidden room, letting curiosity get the better of someone and giving into temptation to enter is later referenced in Disney's Beauty and the Beast with the West Wing.

Author — IndigoDragoness

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I think the morale of the story should be to not marry the first guy you meet (even if he is wealthy and/or a prince) because fairy tales are just stories full of happily ever afters and it's a TRAP! RUN LADIES!

Author — ashe bennett

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Torrents of blood and a room full of hanging corpses. Ya know, for kids!

Author — Scarmiglione

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Josephine’s ending was like me when I watched Lord Shen die and the ending in the cinema. I may had lost a character I loved, but the many other things I love will last forever.

Author — Camilla E