The Tortoise and the Hare is a famous fable in “Aesop’s Fables.” The story describes an unfair match between two characters of different races and gives two relative meanings.
One day, the tortoise and the hare were chatting. Unknowingly, they said who was running faster, so the hare invited the tortoise to run. In the beginning, the hare led the tortoise by a large margin, but after a while, the hare began to underestimate the enemy, thinking that even if he took a nap, the tortoise would still be unable to catch up with it, so he went to sleep by the roadside. As a result, the tortoise caught up later, and when the rabbit woke up, the tortoise had reached the end.
Walt Disney made it into an animated “Race of the Tortoise and the Hare” in 1934, and there was a DVD version, but the invitational race in the storyline was changed to a sporting event in the film, and the tortoise and the hare in the story were also separately Given the name (Toby the Tortoise and Max the Rabbit), this cartoon won the 1934 Oscar for Best Animated Short Film and was released on January 5, 1935. The sequel was produced in 1936, called “The Tortoise and the Hare Boxing”, the plot is a boxing match between the two protagonists of the tortoise and the hare, and “The Stars and Stripes Never Fall” is also used in the soundtrack.