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This is a liste of my favourite Disney Heroes from each Disney Era and including Pixar as well. Since I like a lot of them, I am going to add 2 Heroes from each section.

Golden Era (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs-Bambi)

1. Pinocchio

What I like about Pinocchio is that he is curious, and enjoys being bad at times, but does not blame others for what he does. Though he does lie, he never outright blames someone else. He learns what it takes to be a real boy with a real mind and conscious. He is willing to experience almost anything, and his experiences made him responsible. It is hard with...
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posted by Swanpride
This is the start of a new series of articles, in which I’ll take a look at book-based Disney movies. I will discuss how the movie relates to the original source text (or not), what the merits and the weaknesses of the movie are.
I will not do this in chronological order, but simply pick what strikes me fancy (I’m open for requests, though). Don’t expect me to do the Lion King, though. For one, the connection to Hamlet is feeble at best, it’s plus a case of being inspired par it than a true adaptation, and two, technically Hamlet is a play, not a book. I also will not do the Disney Princess...
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[after falling into the alligator pit]
Yzma: Why do we even *have* that lever?

Yzma: Are toi talking to that squirrel?
Kronk: I was a junior chipmunk, uh, and I had to be versed in all the woodland creatures.
[to squirrel]
Kronk: Please continue.
[squirrel talks to Kronk]
Yzma: [walking away] Why me? Why me? Why me? Why...?
Kronk: Hey, it doesn't always have to be about you. This poor little guy's had it rough. Seems a talking lama gave him a hard time the other day.
[Yzma rushes over to them]
Yzma: Oh, a talking llama? Do tell.
[squirrel whispers to Kronk]
Kronk: Uh, he doesn't really wanna...
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SuperTed is a Welsh teddy ours who has superpowers. He along with his friend Spotty try to do good. SuperTed was a series of stories created par Mike Young who eventually created a télévision series based on those stories. 'SuperTed' was created par Mike Young in 1978[1] for his son to help him overcome his fear of the dark. Later Mike decided to put the stories into book form. Superted originally was a ours from the woods who was also afraid of the dark, until one jour Mother Nature give him a magic word which gives him Superpowers and transform him to SuperTed. After a while, Mike started to...
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Some are Non/Disney. Just warning toi :P

14. marina (Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas)
I l’amour Marina, and I l’amour her attitude, although sometimes it's a little much. I like how she went to keep an eye on Sinbad for Proteus, but seriously?! She went on this mission FOR Proteus, to save his freaking life, then she hooks up with Sinbad. I realize that every egotistic (minus Hiccup and a few others) Dreamworks main male character need a l’amour interest, but it still irks me.


13. Ting-Ting (Mulan II)
Ting-Ting and I could be besties (: I like how she knows she must stick to her duty and knows not to start...
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