An interesting example of how the Jews have Jewed Disney is the case of The Lion King. Way back in the 1950s, the “father of manga,” Osamu Tezuka, created a comic called “Jungle Emperor Leo.” Tezuka was a great admirer of Disney films and idolized Walt Disney. He’s even said to have watched Bambi 80 times and he introduced the large Bambi eyes that one sees today in anime and manga. In the early 60s, Tezuka met with Walt Disney, showed him Jungle Emperor Leo, and the two agreed on a collaboration to create an animated feature based on the comic. Sad to say, Disney died in 1966 and the plan for a Jungle Emperor Leo film was shelved. In the late 60s the comic was adapted for US audiences as Kimba the White Lion. This cartoon series was pretty famous when I was a little kid in the 70s.
By the time Osamu Tezuka died in 1989, Disney Studios was in the clutches of the vile kikes. The rats only waited 5 years after his death to somehow create The Lion King, a blatant rip-off of Tezuka’s characters, setting, and plot. “But, goy-san, our lion is named Simba and is brown, while yours is named Kimba and is white. Oy vey, it’s completely different!”