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1The movie The Lion King may be broken into three similar themes creation de-creation and re-creation In the creation part of the movie which is the early scenes of the movie the land is beautiful There are animals running together in herds birds are flying together in flocks all the animals are getting along well all of the elder animals are positive role models for the younger animals and all of the different kind of animals like elephants and giraffes are getting along well together Mufasa and Sarabi have a baby lion and name him Simba 2In the second part of the story Simba and Nala go to the shadow lands which is the elephant grave yard The three hyenas find Simba and Nala and chase them through the elephant grave yard The hyenas trap Simba and Nala and are about to try to kill them but Mufasa saves them This part of the movie is like the sin story Simba disobeyed his father and sinned by going into the shadow lands and putting his and Nalas life in great danger Scar wants Mufasa and Simba dead so he can be king of the Promise Lands Scar makes Simba stay in the gorge while Scar gets out and a herd of Antelope go in the gorge while Simba is still in it Scar gets Mufasa to save Simba from the herd Mufasa goes in the gorge to save Simba but is putting his life in great danger He saves Simba but he is stuck in the herd Mufasa starts climbing the cliff to safety but without Simba seeing Scar threw Mufasa in the herd and he died After the herd went by Simba went into the gorge to find his father Mufasa dead on the ground Scar makes Simba believe that it was his fault that his father died so Simba ran away from the Promise Lands Timone and Pumbaa find Simba lying
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