"It wouldn't be so indelible on people's hearts", she adds in her exclusive interview with the outlet about the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer backlash.
The woman behind the voice of Sue the dolly, Corinne Conley, told TMZ that people looking only at the negative are completely missing the overall point of the story. When Santa Claus (Stan Francis) is forced to cancel Christmas gift-giving because of a harsh blizzard and low visibility, Rudolph's unique distinguishing feature saves the day when he guides Santa's sleigh and helps deliver the misfit toys to children around the globe.
"I would say [the film] is more relevant now than ever because there's so much bullying going on, but it's all reconciled in 'Rudolph, ' and surely people wouldn't love it so much if it left a resonance of bullying". "Now, I don't think they're associating Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer with bullying or at least bullying that hasn't been reconciled". So perhaps were all getting a little more sensitive to it.
"I don't think that by getting sensitive to bullying that you want to copy it... you want to get rid of it", Conley said. "And certainly in 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, ' everyone is reconciled happily with the end of the movie". Let's hope in today's society the things that people are bullying about can also be rectified.
Critics claim scenes from "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer", which has been a staple of family television viewing since it debuted in 1964, are "problematic", according to WSB.
"I can't imagine if you're a hater. you take the opposite view of the film". In fact, she contends if someone was a bully before watching, they'd learn a valuable lesson by the time the credits roll.
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Une volonté de réconciliation que les deux hommes affichaient déjà avant le début du repas. Ils se sont engagés à trouver un accord d'ici à 90 jours.