Disney Princess Lineup (made using Azalea's Dress up Dolls) I know we don't know for a fact if Anna is going to join or if she's going to look like that, but I added her to have 12 and order them like that. Check out the site, this game is fun!
Just a lovely icon of mine to start this article with
I've been explaining a lot of times why she's my favorite princess, but I decided to write an article where I try to explain as good as I can why I love her. Also I saw that other people wrote articles about why they love their favorite princess/other DP Characters so I decided to do it too
I'm not annoyed by her optimism, that's what I love about her
Okay first of all I of course love how optimistic she is, some people finds her too optimistic, but I don't. Sometimes I wish that I could look on the bright side of life like Snow White
It's maybe a little hard to guess that I can relate...
10.Someday My Prince Will Come Coming in last place, Snow White's song "Someday My Prince Will Come". (I know we're not used to Snow White coming in last place, so try to contain your shock.) It's a quick but sweet song about her wanting her prince and her to be reunited. It's really a lovely song but people complained it was a bit too short.
"No matter how your heart is greiving, if you keep on believing..."
9.A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes This song is a mellow, charming, uplifting song about sticking to your dreams even...
As the majority know, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was Walt Disney's first feature length animated film, therefor giving us our first Disney Princess. There are a variety of different films, fairy tales, animations and stylistic genres that seemed to blend together to make this very historic piece of cinema.
Betty Boop & Snow White
Many believe that Disney was directly inspired to make the film due to the success of the Betty Boop short of the fairy tale. This is relatively believable, given that the Betty Boop short was released in 1933 a year prior to Disney's adaption coming into...
One of the subjects that interest me the most about movies (including DP movies) is the box-office. I think that if used in the right way (I mean, inflation-adjusting things), it might be a good way to compare movies and understed why they are popular or not. So I spent some time researching and I finally came up with the North American grosses of the 10 DP Movies. Hope you enjoy my research, my comments and my images.
#10 - The Princess and the Frog - $107.7 million If the word "flop" applies to any of the DP Movies, unfortunately, it's this one. The Princess and the Frog's marketing was...