Believe?

Date : July 23, 2007

Category : Film questions

Question :


In Lion King when Simba came back to challenge Scar for his throne, Scar told Simba to tell the others that he was the one to cause Muafasa's death right? Did the pride believe Simba's confession until Scar said that he was the one who killed his brother?

Best answer :


Once the Simba said it, you see the Lioness gasp and jaws
open, meaning utter shock and disbelife that such a thing
could be true, and then Sarabi says, "No it can't be." (or
something close to it) meaning that she didn't belive it
either. Also Vetani has a point, I mean how could the pride
think that Simba a mere cub and Mufassa's son at that, have
killed him, and the fact that I'm sure an adult male lion
could hold back a young cub with his mere one paw. So on my
opinion the best bet is No they did not belive that Simba
had really killed his father, Mufassa.

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July 23, 2007
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Once the Simba said it, you see the Lioness gasp and jaws
open, meaning utter shock and disbelife that such a thing
could be true, and then Sarabi says, "No it can't be." (or
something close to it) meaning that she didn't belive it
either. Also Vetani has a point, I mean how could the pride
think that Simba a mere cub and Mufassa's son at that, have
killed him, and the fact that I'm sure an adult male lion
could hold back a young cub with his mere one paw. So on my
opinion the best bet is No they did not belive that Simba
had really killed his father, Mufassa.

July 23, 2007
Usa Female Is not currently on the site
because of what sarabi said "its not true tell me its not
true" i guess they all had a hard time believing it so i
guess they didnt really believe simba

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July 23, 2007
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July 23, 2007
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well personaly, i dont think they did, because who would a
cub like simba, cause his own dads death




  

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