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What is the deal with Aslan and his mane? Something about cutting it off takes away his power? But what his power? Could he not die before? I'm pretty sure I remember him getting stabbed and a big table breaking but then him coming back to life. Wtf happened in that film?

I believe it was more to humiliate him than anything, especially since he gave himself willingly in Edmund's place. Insult to injury type of thing.

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What is the deal with Aslan and his mane? Something about cutting it off takes away his power? But what his power? Could he not die before? I'm pretty sure I remember him getting stabbed and a big table breaking but then him coming back to life. Wtf happened in that film?

I believe it was more to humiliate him than anything, especially since he gave himself willingly in Edmund's place. Insult to injury type of thing.

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What is the deal with Aslan and his mane? Something about cutting it off takes away his power? But what his power? Could he not die before? I'm pretty sure I remember him getting stabbed and a big table breaking but then him coming back to life. Wtf happened in that film?

I believe it was more to humiliate him than anything, especially since he gave himself willingly in Edmund's place. Insult to injury type of thing.

The Tomatometer rating – based on the published opinions of hundreds of film and television critics – is a trusted measurement of movie and TV programming quality for millions of moviegoers. It represents the percentage of professional critic reviews that are positive for a given film or television show.

Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics.

Lewis describes Tumnus as having reddish skin, curly hair, brown eyes, a short pointed beard, horns on his forehead, cloven hooves, goat legs with glossy black hair, a "strange but pleasant little face," a long tail, and being "only a little taller than Lucy herself."

When Lucy returns to Narnia a few days later, Tumnus is still safe: evidently the White Witch hasn't discovered his disobedience. However, Lucy's brother Edmund enters Narnia shortly afterward and mentions to the White Witch that his sister had visited Narnia before and met a faun. When Lucy and her siblings subsequently come to Narnia, they find that Tumnus has been arrested by Maugrim, Chief of the White Witch's secret police. Tumnus had spoken to Mr. Beaver of his fears not long before his arrest and asked him to guide the four children if he found them in Narnia. The children meet Mr. Beaver just after leaving Tumnus's ransacked cave.

Later in the story, when the winter has come to an end and Aslan is preparing an army to take on the White Witch, Lucy and Susan find Tumnus as a statue in the Witch's castle, and he is restored by Aslan. He follows the other Narnians to the battle as the Witch is defeated and killed.

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What is the deal with Aslan and his mane? Something about cutting it off takes away his power? But what his power? Could he not die before? I'm pretty sure I remember him getting stabbed and a big table breaking but then him coming back to life. Wtf happened in that film?

I believe it was more to humiliate him than anything, especially since he gave himself willingly in Edmund's place. Insult to injury type of thing.

The Tomatometer rating – based on the published opinions of hundreds of film and television critics – is a trusted measurement of movie and TV programming quality for millions of moviegoers. It represents the percentage of professional critic reviews that are positive for a given film or television show.

Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics.

Lewis describes Tumnus as having reddish skin, curly hair, brown eyes, a short pointed beard, horns on his forehead, cloven hooves, goat legs with glossy black hair, a "strange but pleasant little face," a long tail, and being "only a little taller than Lucy herself."

When Lucy returns to Narnia a few days later, Tumnus is still safe: evidently the White Witch hasn't discovered his disobedience. However, Lucy's brother Edmund enters Narnia shortly afterward and mentions to the White Witch that his sister had visited Narnia before and met a faun. When Lucy and her siblings subsequently come to Narnia, they find that Tumnus has been arrested by Maugrim, Chief of the White Witch's secret police. Tumnus had spoken to Mr. Beaver of his fears not long before his arrest and asked him to guide the four children if he found them in Narnia. The children meet Mr. Beaver just after leaving Tumnus's ransacked cave.

Later in the story, when the winter has come to an end and Aslan is preparing an army to take on the White Witch, Lucy and Susan find Tumnus as a statue in the Witch's castle, and he is restored by Aslan. He follows the other Narnians to the battle as the Witch is defeated and killed.

By C.S. Lewis
Dramatized by Adrian Mitchell
Music composed by Shaun Davey
Directed by Linda Hartzell
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing, Woodstock, Illinois

SCT proudly presents C.S. Lewis' magical, timeless classic from his Chronicles of Narnia series, and one of our most beloved productions of all time. When Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy Pevensie arrive at the English countryside during the Second World War, they discover an enchanted wardrobe that spirits them away to the land of Narnia, where they find talking animals, mythical creatures, grand adventure, and a great quest awaiting them. No one is prepared, however, for a shocking betrayal that leads to one of the greatest battles of Good and Evil in children’s literature.

Parents and children familiar with the series, or discovering it for the first time, will love this dazzling musical which champions honesty, bravery, and goodness.

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