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As an adult, I viewed the name Gaston of Beauty and the Beast's villian, Gaston, as Gaston's last name. I only assume its his last name because 1)the triplet girls call him "Monsieur Gaston" which is basically saying "Mr. Gaston" in the opening song called "Belle" in the reprise that Belle sings by herself the line "Madame Gaston, his little wife?" Most of the time saying "Madame (name" would be like saying Mrs. Gaston. And there's the fact Gaston is a first name but it could also be a last name as well. The name of Phantom of the Opera's author.
So for a bit over a week, I have been doing posts on who is the youngest and oldest a day, and by the next day, the oldest and the youngest out of the bunch would get eliminated. The countdown ended today, and Fanpop has amde a list from the youngest to oldest princess.

10. Snow White
Mostly everyone knew who was going to be eliminated in the first round of the youngest princess, and the results were very predictable in this round. Snow White got 85% of the votes, and I am suprised it did not gain any more votes. People said that Snow White looks and acts the youngest out of all of them. She...
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I believe happy girls are the prettiest girls - Audrey Hepburn
I believe happy girls are the prettiest girls - Audrey Hepburn
I can't believe I haven't written an article about this, oh anyway I think most of the DP Smiles are very pretty and this is the first article where Merida is included

11. Pocahontas
Sometimes pretty, but mostly it looks as if she's forced to smile
Sometimes pretty, but mostly it looks as if she's forced to smile

Oh come on, her smile is not very pretty, it feels as if she's forced to smile, sometimes her smile can look very pretty, but oftenly it just feels forced and that is one of the reasons to why she's rarely seen smiling in the merchandise.

10. Mulan
Pretty, but looks oftenly weird because of her lips
Pretty, but looks oftenly weird because of her lips

I think her smile is very pretty, but when...
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Okay, to explain. I did a countdown AND a list pick. Much more people participated in the countdown (almost twice as much) but lists are still more accurate. So I wrote for both. I will write about the countdown first, then list, for each respective ranking. Especially since I already started to write the article for the countdown portion, I don't want it to go to waste. I'm sorry to include both results, but at the same time it's a good comparison to see the difference between countdowns and lists. I suggest you read countdown results first, than list. For some of the rankings I'll refer back...
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Another fun idea that came to mind, we take two princesses see just how much they have in common. I wanted Pocahontas and Rapunzel first because Punz is a pretty good balance of qualities found in the classic, renaissance and revival princesses so it's easy to do this with her. Plus, it's a very common misconception that Poca is just this peaceful spiritual wise soul, and that's only half of her personality. What better way to debunk that than to compare her to the one of the bubbliest princesses

At first glance because Pocahontas looks mature and Rapunzel looks youthful, some would assume...
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Lately, there has been some discussion on here about princesses and their personalities- specifically whether certain princesses have personalities or whether they have sufficiently rounded personalities. I thought it would be a good idea to actually look at the personalities and the different dimensions to them to get a clearer picture of just how well-developed the princesses are as characters. This is not an article about whether the princess is introverted or extroverted or personality type (I’ll leave that to LightningRed,) but the personality traits of the princesses. I will be looking...
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THE Princess and the Frog” does not open nationwide until December, but the buzz is already breathless: For the first time in Walt Disney animation history, the fairest of them all is black.

Princess Tiana, a hand-drawn throwback to classic Disney characters like Cinderella and Snow White, has a dazzling green gown, a classy upsweep hairdo and a diamond tiara. Like her predecessors, she is a strong-willed songbird (courtesy of the Tony-winning actress Anika Noni Rose) who finds her muscle-bound boyfriend against all odds.

“Finally, here is something that all little girls, especially young...
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