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The Lion King

This form of tribal paint was used to warn off any other tribes and distinguish your tribe from the next. This paint is made to look menacing and scary. The designers of The Lion King have done an amazing job of making this tribal paint look realistic, but appropriate enough for children. I think the costume is so well made. The colours of the face reflect the colours used in the costume. i love all the textures in this costume, all the wooden elements and the beads.

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from The Green Room

Disney’s The Lion King: The Musical

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from getawaymavens.com

Get the Best Broadway Show Tickets For Less

How to Get the Best Broadway Show Tickets For Less in 6 Easy Steps via www.GetawayMavens.com

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from The Christian Science Monitor

The 25 best movie musicals of all time

Singin' in the Rain. I love this film. I've only seen it a couple of times, but it's just wonderful! Perhaps I'll add it to my collection as I don't actually own it - this is a great excuse to buy myself some DVDs! Apparently Gene Kelly had a really high temperature/fever when he did the famous "Singin' in the Rain" scene, but he powered through! Crazy!

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from Allure

Iconic Movie Hair Ideas and Makeup Looks of the Decades

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