|The knight calls to Rapunzel|
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|Released||February 19, 2004|
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Rapunzel is a 2004 comedy brickfilm by Jay Silver. It is a humorous take on the German fairy tale of the same name, and was created to test digital face animation. Multiple parodies of the film were created by other brickfilmers.
A knight approaches the base of Rapunzel's tower. He calls up to here, imploring with her to let down her hair. After a moment, Rapunzel's entire hair piece is thrown down and bounces off the ground. The knight, shocked, runs away.
Parodies and Spin-offs Edit
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After Rapunzel was released on Brickfilms.com, it was followed by many parodies, spin-offs and homages made by various brickfilmers. This began when Nate Burr and Nick Maniatis each released a parody at the same time on March 6. Some of the notable parodies include:
- March 6, 2004: Repugnant by Nate Burr
- March 6, 2004: RP2020 by Nick Maniatis
- April 5, 2004: Rapunz-oops by Day Clancy
- April 15, 2004: It's Rapunzel by Mark Wanninger
- June 4, 2004: The True Story of Rapunzel by Christoph Brock
- August 22, 2005: Rap 'n Zel by Roland Szentesi
- August 24, 2005: Sir Rapunzel by Freddy "MB" Vinehill-Cliffe
- August 24, 2005: About Rapunzel by Bert Loos (also a parody of About a Door by "Holgor")
- September 6, 2005: Rapunzel by Chris "CJ Studios" J.